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Zadie Smith’s first play will celebrate London’s new borough of culture

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The best theatre shows, plays and musicals to see in London this autumn

From plays about political scandals to a blockbuster Elena Ferrante production, there’s lots to get your teeth into this theatre season.

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5 ways 'The Kitchen' defies stereotypes

Mob rules

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The BFI London Film Festival has got 40 per cent female directors
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BFI London Film Festival has 40% women directors

Over 200 female filmmakers will be celebrated during the festival

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

Helen Mirren’s Catherine The Great is going to be your new TV obsession

Helen Mirren – actor, legend, national treasure – brings the Empress of Russia to life in a period drama full of “politics, passion and power”.

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The best podcasts, TV series and books about scammers to binge now

Obsessed with 2019’s breakout fraudsters Anna Delvey and Dirty John? Here are five more must-know cultural binges

Fashion

2019 Met Gala: Everything we know so far

From the theme to the guest list, here are all the details you need on the Met Gala

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The V&A’s Mary Quant exhibit is a joyful reminder of how fun it is to be female

At a time when it’s easy to feel gloomy, this playful and punchy retrospective is a breath of fresh air.

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Moya Crockett
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How miniskirt pioneer Mary Quant blazed a trail for women in the Sixties

Stylist speaks to Jenny Lister, co-curator of the V&A’s new Mary Quant retrospective

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Moya Crockett
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Sweden’s job of dreams will pay you to do nothing all day

Rock up at a train station and rake in £1,750 a month

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Anna Brech
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Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge with hot air balloons
Life

City living holds this unexpected key to happiness

Science says so

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Anna Brech
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Life

Would you pay £15 for the "perfect" cup of coffee?

London's most expensive brew is the brainchild of chef Alain Ducasse

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Anna Brech
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Everything we know so far about Sara Cox's new weekend show on ITV

Aka, your upbeat hangover fix

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Meet the photographer Brie Larson chose to shoot her Stylist cover story

Brie was so impressed with what she saw on Carly Palmour’s Instagram, she handpicked her to shoot the cover.

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Helen Bownass
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Life

The exhilaration and anxieties of playing Maya Angelou

As a new adaptation of Angelou’s final memoir comes to BBC Radio 4, Stylist meets the women who bring the iconic writer to life.

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Moya Crockett
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Get tickets: Dorothea Tanning exhibition at Tate Modern
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This Dorothea Tanning exhibit honours the genius of an overlooked modern artist

And Stylist readers can get two-for-one tickets to the show at the Tate Modern.

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Anna Fielding
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Travel

Travel inspiration: why this Croatian city isn’t just for summer holidays

Stylist noses around Zagreb, a Central European city with a twist

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Why the Loire Valley is the go-to destination for cultured travellers

If it's good enough for the monarchy...

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Life

“What happened when I tried embracing slow living techniques for a week”

From a breathing masterclass to journaling, is it possible to live a slower lifestyle?

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Susan Riley
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“Why Widows is the perfect antidote to saccharine girl-power movies”

Viola Davis’ new film doesn’t peddle tired tropes about sisterly solidarity – and it’s all the more powerful for it.

Life

Celebrate Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday at this free Disney exhibition

It's got more culture than you can shake a magic wand at

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Megan Murray
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