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Watch a monster production online

The National Theatre will stream a free showing of its hit 2011 performance of Frankenstein

Shabazz Palaces’ new album breaks Hip Hop conventions

The Don of Diamond Dreams is far from cliche pop rap. It’s experimental, cathartic and interesting—but doesn’t always make sense

Normal People is a powerful drama with truth and depth

This BBC adaptation brings the complicated—and therefore believable— characters of Sally Rooney’s popular novel to screen

Homeland Holidays—an idealised slice of working class life in the 1930s

Homeland Holidays is a short film from 1937 on resorts owned by the Workers Travel Association

The Platform—a violent and pessimistic film about human nature

Are people too selfish to prevent others from starving to death? That’s the central question of theThe Platform

Heaven to a Tortured Mind is a genre-crossing album to get lost in

This is Yves Tumor’s fourth full-length release, and it’s as elusive and mysterious as ever.

Devs is a sci-fi thriller that asks ambitious questions

This major series, new to the BBC, treads some familiar ground—but it’s a good mix of standard sci-fi with a cultish, religious theme

Andy Warhol and Aubrey Beardsley online

Exhibitions available on the Tate’s website as video tours

My Left Nut—a teen comedy drama that’s not just a load of balls

Mick is a quiet, awkward teenager whose normal insecurities are made worse by his swollen testicle

Unorthodox is a unique tale of identity, family and escape

Netflix’s new mini-series is about a young woman who flees a conservative religious home. It’s a nuanced, deep and complex story

Fun night of poetry direct to your living room with Hollie McNish

Poet and spoken word artist Hollie McNish has had to postpone her spring tour. Luckily, she is performing three gigs from her living room.

What to watch and listen to when you're on lockdown

Feeling starved of culture now everything is closed? Don’t worry, there’s plenty online

People’s Republic of Congo is setting for Alain Mabanckou's lively and chilling novel

Set in the People’s Republic of Congo in 1977, The Death of Comrade President is based on real events

Vivarium—a sci-fi thriller where the real horror is at home

Claustrophobic, stuck indoors and can’t get away from the children. That’s the setting for a new film that probes family life

Perfect Candidate is a film that challenges stereotypes

The Perfect Candidate is a political fable with a kick. It tells the story of Maryam (Mila Al-Zahrani), a doctor living in Saudi Arabia who finds herself accidentally running for the local council.

Andy Warhol at the Tate—Pop Art radical who poked fun at the establishment

Andy Warhol at the Tate Modern is the biggest exhibition of the US artist’s work for over two decades and has most of his famous works.

What's on: Mrs Puntila and her man Matti

Bertolt Brecht’s classic master and servant comedy is given a gender-switched adaptation by award-winning novelist and playwright Denise Mina.

Dark Waters - the fight against Dupont

US chemical company Dupont spent years dumping the acid PFOA in a landfill in Parkersburg, West Virginia.

A brilliant story of slavery, memories and freedom

The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates combines powerful descriptions of slavery with a pacey plot and strong characters, writes?Sadie Robinson

There’s nought to make you cross about Noughts and Crosses adaptation

Reflections of racism today are echoed in this adaptation of Malorie Blackman's series of young adult novels says Siobhan Brown

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