The White Crow

Ralph Fiennes directs a biopic scripted by playwright David Hare of Russian ballet legend Rudolf Nureyev, who defected to the West at the height of the Cold War. Ukrainian dancer Oleg Ivenko makes his screen debut as Nureyev.

In cinemas nationwide

Pierre Bonnard – The Colour of Memory at Tate Modern

Born in 1867, Pierre Bonnard ranks alongside Henri Matisse as one of the great Colourists of his era. This exhibition takes in his later period in which memory becomes a central concern. Don’t miss Bonnard’s visit to London – the last display of his work at the Tate was 20 years ago.

Until 6 May at the Tate Modern

Close-Up on Andrei Tarkovsky

Although he only made seven feature films, Tarkovsky is rightly considered one of the greatest figures of twentieth century cinema. You really do have to watch his films on a larger screen to fully appreciate them – enjoy!

Until 22 April at Close-Up Cinema

Proust & Pscyhoanalysis: A conversation between Jane Haynes and Christopher Prendergast

A rare opportunity to see one of the great Proust scholars, Christopher Prendergast, Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge and editor of the Penguin translation of In Search of lost Time, discuss his life’s work and obsession.

April 11 at The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, London

Tragedy, the Greeks and Us: Simon Critchley and Shahidha Bari

Simon Critchley is one of the most distinctive voices in Western academe – hear him talk about his new book on Greek Tragedy at the London Review Bookshop.

April 8 at the London Review Bookshop