Gallery: Frida Kahlo at the V&A

Making Herself Up is putting Kahlo’s personal possessions and clothing on display outside Mexico for the first time

MasterChef is way past its sell-by date

Cooking doesn’t get duller than this

Olivier Awards 2018: full list of winners

Hamilton won seven awards at the Royal Albert Hall ceremony

120 Beats per Minute review: A forceful portrait of protest

Firebrand politics and personal tragedy combine in a fine film set amid Aids activism in the 1980s

Fragrance and fiction: a heaven scent combination

Alice Dunn sniffs out the perfumes inspired by great literature

Annabel’s: an icon of London nightlife reborn

The Mayfair members’ club is aiming to rekindle its old magic in a plush new home

Dublin’s best museums and galleries

Discover fine art, archaeology, military history and much more in the Republic of Ireland’s capital

Ken Dodd: a comic genius who inspired true devotion

What set Dodd apart wasn’t his one-liners, but his ability to build an extraordinary rapport with his audience

Bryony Frost is the jockey to watch at Cheltenham Festival

Five things to look out for at the greatest show on turf

Gallery: Picasso 1932 at Tate Modern

A new exhibition focuses on an intensely creative year in the life of the great artist

Oscars 2018: in pictures

Highlights from the 90th Academy Awards

Oscars 2018: full list of winners

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water was named best picture at the Academy Awards ceremony

Civilisations is right-on and rather underwhelming

Ed West reviews the BBC’s much-hyped sequel to Kenneth Clark’s seminal documentary series

World Book Day 2018: MPs’ favourite childhood reads

Politicians, including Jess Phillips, Nadine Dorries and Vince Cable, on the books they fell in love with as children

I, Tonya review: A razor-sharp comedy on ice

Margot Robbie excels in this retelling of one of the most infamous incidents in the history of sport

Want to be asked out? Then stop staying in

Like so many others, my divorced friend found ‘The One’ at a party she almost didn’t go to

10 easy steps to becoming a New Progressive

Put prejudice and selfishness behind you by learning to think like a ‘woke’ millennial

Big business once cherished workers. Now it exploits them

Victorian capitalists belonged to the same town as those who worked for them. They could not escape the demands of the neighbourhood

Television comedy is caught in a cycle of recycling

Do TV viewers really want to see the likes of Roseanne and Will & Grace revived?

Ben Shapiro

Inside the intellectual dark web

Thanks to the internet, millions now have access to views mainstream media considers ‘forbidden’. Douglas Murray examines the freethinkers leading the charge

Why Democrats are pinning their White House hopes on a celebrity-in-chief

Reagan, Trump… Oprah? Damian Reilly examines the star-spangled race to replace Donald Trump

Summer music festivals 2018: a guide

Ticket information and line-up news for Latitude, Green Man, Bestival and more

Bafta Film Awards 2018: in pictures

Highlights from a star-studded night at the Royal Albert Hall

Bafta Film Awards 2018: full list of winners

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won five awards, including Best Picture

Lady Bird review: a coming-of-age comedy to fall for

Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalfe shine in a film that basks in early noughties nostalgia