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A fresh guide to London's most exciting cultural happenings
In The Know
Summer is finally here which can only mean one thing: this year's biggest blockbusters are on their way! Here are the big films to watch out for
Emma Rice updates Twelfth Night with a drag performer fool and a backdrop of the late 1970s and Thatcherism for her final season at The Globe
Romeo and Juliet makes a riot out of star-crossed lovers, an ancient grudge and a double suicide in this in-yer-face edgy production at Shakespeare's Globe
Two significant anniversaries, five world premieres, a busy live cinema programme and the return of much loved classics - the Royal Ballet’s 2017/18 Season is a mouth-watering affair.
Things To Do
The best events in London next month: fantastic festivals for classical music and modern women, David Tennant plays a sex addict and Masterchef's Monica Galetti opens a new restaurant
Beat the January blues with an invigorating selection of London events and adventures. Or at least make sure nights in are spent watching the best films and TV shows
What will you fuel up on in January to inspire your new year? Pick books to change how you think, eat, read - and even how you create
Kenneth MacMillan’s compelling dramatic ballet, Anastasia, blending personal anguish and the upheavals of a country in revolution, makes a welcome return to Covent Garden in the autumn.
In the Know
Piano sonatas from the classical master, Igor Levit kicks off the Wigmore Hall Beethoven programme
The Royal Ballet marks innovative dance-maker Wayne McGregor’s tenth anniversary as Resident Choreographer with an all-McGregor triple bill.
In the Know
Two exciting young choreographers present a mixed programme of brand new dance works in celebration of Wayne McGregor’s decade with The Royal Ballet
Frederick Ashton’s charming comic masterpiece, an ode to the English countryside, heralds the changing seasons on the Royal Ballet stage.
A well balanced combination of old and new defines the Royal Ballet’s 2016/17 season - something for every taste and every age!
Prepare to be dazzled by the dancers of the Bolshoi Ballet when they arrive for their sparkling Diamond Jubilee season at the Royal Opera House this summer