Spike Jonze's romantic comedy Her has opened in UK cinemas. Joaquin Phoenix stars as a lonely letter-writer who falls in love with his computer operating system (Scarlett Johansson) but discovers digital relationships are as complicated as human ones. "A sweet, smart, silly, serious film for our times," says Empire.
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Wes Anderson's new star-studded comedy-drama, Grand Budapest Hotel, has opened in UK cinemas. Ralph Fiennes stars as the concierge of a luxury hotel who is framed for the murder of a wealthy guest and teams up with the lobby boy to prove his innocence. "Wonderful," says the Daily Telegraph.
American Gothic horror movie We Are What We Are has opened in UK cinemas. This English-language remake of a Mexican horror film tells the story of the secretive Parker family, who pass down their grisly ancient traditions to two reluctant teenage sisters. "Superb," says Total Film.
The ENO's revival of Handel's epic romantic opera Rodelinda has opened at the Coliseum, London. Richard Jones directs the comical drama of an exiled king who returns to his kingdom in disguise to save his wife from a forced marriage. "Tremendous," says The Guardian. Until 15 March.
A revival of experimental Jacobean comedy The Knight of the Burning Pestle has opened at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, London. A grocer and his wife decide to spice up the play they are watching by inserting their apprentice into the drama. "A delight," says the Evening Standard. Until 30 March.
A stage adaptation of the hit 1990s British film The Full Monty has opened at the Noel Coward Theatre, West End. Six unemployed Sheffield steelworkers turn to stripping as a way to make money. "Wonderfully entertaining," says the Daily Telegraph. Until 14 June.
The National Gallery's new exhibition, Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance has opened in London. It features paintings, drawings and prints by the best-known German artists of the 15th and 16th centuries including Hans Holbein, Albrecht Durer and Lucas Cranach. "Riveting," says The Observer. Until 11 May.
An exhibition of David Hockney's prints has opened at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London. David Hockney, Printmaker features 100 prints from Hockney's 60-year career, including his well-known A Rake's Progress series and portraits of famous friends. "Joyous," says the Daily Telegraph. Until 11 May.
David Bailey's new exhibition, Bailey's Stardust, has opened at the National Portrait Gallery, London. It includes over 250 photographs from Bailey's celebrated 50-year career as a fashion and celebrity photographer, including iconic images of the Rolling Stones. "Dazzling," says the Evening Standard. Until 1 June.
A major exhibition of Martin Creed's art has taken over the entire Hayward Gallery, London. What's the Point of It? presents installations, paintings, video and sculpture from the artist who orchestrated the ringing bells at the 2012 Olympics. "Stylishly provocative," says the Daily Telegraph. Until 27 April.