Gallery: Impressionists in London

Tate Britain presents artistic visions of the capital by Monet, Pissaro and Tissot

Six films to watch in November

Paddington, Poirot and Batman return

Nine brilliant things to do in November

The London Jazz Festival, Tate Liverpool’s new exhibition and the return of Paddington

Britain’s most spectacular Bonfire Night celebrations

Burning barrels, flaming effigies and spellbinding processions are on the way

Rugby with a male and female touch

Mixed touch rugby is one of Britain’s fastest growing sports

Why I’m looking forward to the clocks going back

We should all lighten up about the darkness

Exhibition preview: Cézanne Portraits

The National Portrait Gallery’s latest blockbuster features 50 paintings by the influential French artist

Halloween 2017: London’s best events

Family frights, classic horror films and spooky suppers are all on offer across the capital this Halloween

Film reviews: The Death of Stalin & Unrest

The verdict on Armando Iannucci’s black comedy and a documentary that explores the plight of ME sufferers

Gallery: Great British Pub Dogs

A ruff guide to the pub dogs of Great Britain

Exhibition preview: Dalí/Duchamp at the Royal Academy

The art and friendship of two modern masters explored

Films to watch in October

Blade Runner returns and Stalin kicks the bucket

Does sexism really bug Silicon Valley?

A high-profile sacking at Google has exposed tech’s ‘women’ problem

Comedy shows to book ahead for

Katherine Ryan, Michael McIntyre and Greg Davies are heading out on the road

Seven brilliant things to do in October

Including London Film Festival, Oktoberfest and opera at the V&A

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Five pretty good Larry David moments

From ice cream etiquette to Larry’s tribute to a beloved aunt

Rock stars through the lens

David Montgomery and Gered Mankowitz share the stories behind their famous photographs of Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones and other rock ‘n’ roll stars

Gallery: Turner Prize 2017 exhibition

The work of this year’s nominees has gone on display at Hull’s Ferens Art Gallery

The 60s underground press revisited: Barry Miles Q&A

A new book and exhibition are honouring the legacy of the magazines that formed a key part of 1960s counter-culture

As the left surges back, Marxism’s bloody legacy is covered up

Monuments to the victims of fascism exist everywhere, but communism’s victims are hardly remembered at all

The Age of the Outraged is killing all my best gags

It’s difficult enough to pen a joke that ‘lands’, but getting it past the censors is even worse

Exhibition preview: Autumn at Serpentine Galleries

Off-kilter photographs and iPhone enhanced paintings are going on show at the Hyde Park gallery

Philip K Dick: Five of his best books

The author who inspired Blade Runner wrote with an extraordinary prescience about the future

Move over Bond – Kingsman are the real spy masters

The film franchise is perfect for those who miss the wit and eccentricity of old 007 movies

BAE Systems’s Taranis, an armed, unmanned combat aerial vehicle which can fly unseen by radar and fire on targets on land or in the air

We cannot afford to sit back and watch: robot wars are something to fear

From Lethal Autonomous Weapons to tiny nano-drones, the warfare technology in development is thoroughly alarming