A look at the week's cultural highlights.
A look at Medea at London's Almeida and Edmund de Waal's exhibition at the Royal Academy.
The week's cultural highlights, including Ai Wei Wei, Margaret Atwood, and 99 Homes.
Submission, Hangmen, The World Goes Pop, You, Me and the Apocalypse, Tangerines.
A look at Tom Hardy playing both Kray twins in Legend and Patrick deWitt's new novel.
Jonathan Franzen's Purity and People, Places and Things at the National Theatre.
Cumberbatch's Hamlet, Tate Britain's Sensorium, 45 Years, poet Les Murray, Ascent of Woman
Ex Machina, The Encounter, Adam Mars-Jones, Narcos, Escobar and Festival selections.
A Little Life, Trainwreck, John Hurt's Jeffrey Bernard, Scandalous Lady W, Bedwyr Williams
A look at controversial film Diary of a Teenage Girl and Abi Morgan's play Splendour.
Three Days in the Country, Richard Long, Iris, David Gates, Last Sparks of Sundown.
A look at Mack & Mabel in Chichester and Pixar's Inside Out.
Volpone, The Wonders, Go Set a Watchman, Marc Quinn and Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners.
American college comedy Dear White People and Claudia Rankine's book Citizen.
Asif Kapadia's Amy, the launch of Apple Music and Jim Shepard's novel The Book of Aron.
Lenny Henry in Educating Rita and the Barbara Hepworth retrospective at Tate Britain.
Ian McKellan takes on the role of Sherlock Holmes, as a 93-year-old, in Mr Holmes.
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Abigail Morris, Emma Jane Unsworth and Kerry Shale.
The Oresteia at the Almeida and Iain Banks's Stonemouth on BBC One.
Temple at the Donmar Warehouse and Simon Pegg in Man Up.
Featuring Owen Sheers's novel I Saw a Man, and Ninagawa's Japanese Hamlet.
Mad Max: Fury Road and Cornelia Parker's Magna Carta embroidery interpretation.
Bapsi Sidhwa's The Crow Eaters and The Vote, an election comedy at Donmar Warehouse.
Carol Ann Duffy's Everyman and Far from the Madding Crowd with Carey Mulligan.
Toni Morrison's novel God Help the Child and Eugene O'Neill's 1933 play Ah Wilderness!
Simon Stephens's Carmen Disruption and Home from Home, the prequal to Heimat.
Eric Ravilious, Force Majeure, Ice Rink on the Estate, After Electra, Jesse Armstrong.
The RSC production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, plus While We're Young.
Rules for Living at the National Theatre and the Richard III reburial.
Richard Diebenkorn at the Royal Academy of Arts and a debut novel The Shore by Sara Taylor