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After one of the trickiest PR saga in movie history (Google “Ezra Miller legal trouble”), it’s almost hard to believe that the DC Comics movie The Flash, which stars Miller as the titular superhero, really exists and is working release. Still, it’s finally here: the story of how a man in spandex can run incredibly fast.

The world’s largest all-nighter
Picturehouse Central, London, June 17
This is Destination Cinema: In just one night, you can watch seven movie marathons on seven screens. Choices include Wes Anderson All Night, Gaspar Noe All Night, and Anime All Night, and each marathon includes an introduction to each film as well as games and prizes (and a comfortable 15-minute break between each showing).

beautiful red dress
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The drama stars X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, a singer hoping to play Tina Turner in a stage musical, and Nettie Jones as her co-star, fresh out of prison and hoping to buy the Show his support with an alluring dress. Dionne Edwards makes his emotional directorial debut.

greatest day ever
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Based on the jukebox musical of the same name, Greatest Days stars British comedy talent including Aisling Bea, Alice Lowe, Jayde Adams and Marc Wootton as former classmates reunite to see their favorite boy band perform in Athens . Catherine Bray

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Jacob Collier.
The Prodigal Song…Jacob Collier.

Jacob Collier
Cannon Marshes Amphitheatre, Bristol, June 22
A world tour with a stopover in the country west, Collier, a vocal and multi-instrumental prodigy with roots in jazz, has become a global phenomenon over the past decade. His jazz admirers might wish for a more unpredictable edge, but his musicality and willingness to rouse crowds to sing the national anthem is indisputable. john fordham

Peter Gabriel
17 Through June 25; tours begin in Birmingham
Having not toured outside of North America since 2014, the avant-garde singer returns with a new album, i/o. While this LP (apparently due out later this year) takes up half of the track list, 1986’s career-defining So also had a ton of hits. Michael Cragg

gwen stefani
twenty three Until June 25; tour begins Warwick
While 2021’s comeback single has me reintroducing myself with relative silence, Gwen Stefani has kept busy as a coach on the US version of The Voice. She ventured “Across the Pond” – no doubt and a solo hit – at Warwick Castle before backing Pink in London’s Hyde Park. Mitsubishi Corporation

Honest man
Cardiff Millennium Centre, twenty two until June 24; tour until July 15
Welsh National Opera concludes the season with Leonard Bernstein’s brilliant rendition of Voltaire’s great satire – a new stage for some Broadway musicals and major operas. Ed Lyon stars as Candide, an innocent man abroad, and Claudia Boyle as Cunégonde, the love of his life, in the James Bonas production; Karen Kamensek conducts. Andrew Clements

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Bird Watching I by Jenny Kendler, 2018.
Eyes see… Birds Watching I by Jenny Kendler, 2018. Photo: © Jenny Kendler

dear earth
Hayward Gallery, London, June 21 until September 3
Art responds to the climate emergency, from dire depictions of a planet in crisis to attempts to inspire hope and action. Fifteen artists embrace the challenges of our time in this urgent and concerned letter to Gaia, including Christina Iglesias, Cornelia Parker, Hito Steyer, Jenny Kendry, John Gerrard and Grounded Ecotherapy.

Owen Worm
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, nr until April 28
The Austrian artist’s sculptures are doodle cartoons—except they’re solid objects, often massive. An almost folded and empty coat stands on a bare human leg. A truck lifts its tail to climb a wall. A giant hot water bottle is a walk in the park.

Peter Free
New Art Centre, Salisbury, through 2 July
Swedish artist Frie shares his experiences in Phuket in his rejection of exotic paintings and sculptures. He claimed not to follow in the footsteps of European artists such as Gauguin or Matisse, who traveled the world in search of “paradise”. But, nonetheless, his images of bulbous trees and glowing skies are mesmerizing.

Osvaldo Riccini
Estorick Collection, London, until September 10
The Italian’s answer to Paul Klee? Following an exhibition on the modern great Morandi, this Italian museum of modern art celebrates an even more eccentric 20th-century figure. Licini combines comic-like characters with abstract designs to create playful, even whimsical images. His slender harlequins and clown circuses can be a lot of fun. Jonathan Jones

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Steve Pemberton and Lily Allen in The Pillowman.
Fear… Steve Pemberton and Lily Allen in The Pillowman. Photography: Rankin

pillow man
Duke of York Theatre, London, until 2 September
Lily Allen continues her theatrical revival with Martin McDonagh’s Savage Play. Produced by the same team behind the thrilling Prima Facie, it follows the police state’s brutal interrogation of a writer. interesting. cruel. Shocking. Miriam Gillinson

whatever you want
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, until 5 August
Director Omar Elerian will join a cast almost entirely over 70 in his Shakespearean pastoral comedy. They all have a history of acting. Can they bring The Bard’s Tale back to life? mg

Bill Murray, London, June 20
Founded by Charlie Perkins – now Channel 4’s head of comedy – this mixed-act night showcases some of the UK’s most zeitgeist alternative acts, with a recent line-up including hard-working alternative Johnny White Really-Really, the unbelievably scary writer Christopher Bliss and the trembling boots Freddie Meredith. Rachel Arosti

McNickol Ballet Collective: Consecration
Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre, Leeds, June 21; Hull new theater, June 23-24
Choreographer Andrew McNicol brings together a group of young dance talents and experienced top company alumni to perform a trio that sets McNicol on track with Latvian composer Petris Vask The beautiful mournful voice of Pēteris Vasks, the music of American composer DJ Mason Bates and the genius of pop art fragrance. Lindsay Winship

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I am a Virgo.
Get big… I’m a Virgo. Photo: Prime Video

I am a virgo
June 23Amazon Prime Video
Fans of Boots Riley’s surreal capitalist satire “Sorry to Bother You” are enjoying the director’s second project, an equally ridiculous coming-of-age comedy about Cootie, a 13-foot-tall Californian teen who secretly Repeats the grand farce with racism, commodification and superhero culture woven into its center.

June 2110pm, Channel 4
Candid and funny accounts of menopause are gaining popularity – and now Bridget Christie is tackling the hormonal imbalance with her debut sitcom. Stand-up comedy stars Linda, 50, who spends her life fulfilling the needs of others before deciding to escape to the Forest of Dean to indulge her own desires.

that’s all
June 229pm, Sky Comedy and Now
With clumsy melodrama, dazzling comedy, and a clumsy stab at the zeitgeist, the Sex and the City reboot certainly has its flaws, but it’s also juicy, happy, and downright entertaining. Now the ladies are back for a second round, this time featuring Carrie’s old flame Aidan and a cameo from Samantha, aka estranged former cast member Kim Cattrall.

say ruby
June 22video
Jayde Adams stars as a stand-up character in this heartwarming, upbeat sitcom inspired by her experiences working at a call center in her hometown of Bristol. Comedy star Ruby, whose name is loud, unconventional and just single. Katherine Kelly and Sam Swainsbury co-star as her colleagues. RA

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final fantasy 16.
The never-ending story…FINAL FANTASY XVI.

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Ironically, the Japanese fantasy series Never Ending hits the PlayStation 5 this week. Expect a dramatic storyline and smooth, gorgeous combat.

F1 23
PS4/5,Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, PC
Motorsports fans get an annual update to Codemasters’ unmatched realistic racing simulator. Drive a real car in a real team, or follow the story of a fictional driver’s career. keza mcdonald

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Jenny Lewis.
Bringing Joy to the World…Jenny Lewis. Photography: Barbie Rich

Jenny Lewis – Joy’All
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For all his love of collaborating, whether as frontwoman on Rilo Kiley or one-half of Jenny & Johnny (with Jonathan Rice), singer-songwriter Lewis is best left alone. On this fun-loving fifth solo album, she evokes the magic of country colors, especially cute, earthy puppies and trucks.

Man to Man – Provincetown
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New York-based boyfriends Joey Holman and Roddy Bottum return with their second queer rock album. While their eponymous 2021 debut explored their then-thriving relationship, this bigger, bolder sequel looks outward, exploring pride (I Feel Good), hookup culture (Piggy) and adorable kids their future.

Killer Mike – Michael
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Rapper Michael Render, aka one half of hip-hop duo Run the Jewels, returns to his solo career with his first album since 2012’s critically acclaimed RAP Music. In the thematically dense Michael, produced by No ID (Jay-Z, Kid Cudi), he alternates between action-packed widescreen (Don’t Let the Devil) and graceful elegy (Mother).

Pet Shop Boys – Smash
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Ahead of their 15th album – currently working with producer James Ford – Brit pop’s greatest duo (sorry, PJ and Duncan) take a look back at this compilation of 55 singles that From West End Girls in 1985 to I Don’t Wanna in 2020. The perfect time capsule from two modern pop superstars. Mitsubishi Corporation

stay in: brain food

Planet Money Podcast

planet money
With the cost of living still rising, this NPR podcast offers a fascinating look at how economics affects our everyday lives. Expert guests explained everything from the impact of artificial intelligence to inflation from a global perspective.

crash course
With nearly 2 billion views, this expert-driven channel explains everything from the climate crisis to public health in detail. Although aimed at children, adults can learn a lot here too. Amarkaglia


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