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NOW SHOWING FIVE OF THE BEST

<strong>FILM: Let the Right One In:</strong> Swedish film-maker Tomas Alfredson weaves friendship, rejection and loyalty into a disturbing vampire movie that&rsquo;s one of the stand-out movies of 2009.<br /><br /><strong>OPERA: Peter Grimes at the ENO:</strong> Premiered in 1945, Britten&rsquo;s &nbsp;masterpiece concerns an anti-hero outsider in a fishing village. An eagerly awaited new production by David Alden.<br /><br /><strong>THEATRE: Death and the King&rsquo;s Horseman at the National:</strong> Set in 1943 Nigeria, Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka&rsquo;s extraordinary play examines corruption and the power of the human will.<br /><br /><strong>ART: Michael Raedecker at Camden Arts Centre:</strong> An unusual collection of atmospheric art from the Dutch painter at this valuable Hampstead venue.<br /><br /><strong>FILM: Benya Krik at the Barbican:</strong> This Russian silent movie, a gangster story from 1926, is screening on Sunday with a new score from composer Robin Harris, to be played live by klezmer musicians.