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Bittersuite has been selected by Darcey Bussell for a four-month residency at the Institute of Imagination, where they'll teach kids about empathy through their concept, The Firebird Lab.
Tate Britain makes the case for Victorian London's impact on Van Gogh and his short, but incredible career
Remember this moment for Andrew Scott. Fleabag has confirmed its major player to match heavyweight star Phoebe Waller-Bridge in episode 4 of series 2
From the BBC, Gentleman Jack tells the story of Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) – a female landowner in Georgian times who created scandal with her open lesbianism
Manolo Blahnik joins forces with the Wallace Collection to present an unmissable exhibition of his designs displayed alongside the collection's masterpieces
The golden age of circus comes to Southbank with Circus 1903, which returns after a triumphant premiere in 2018
See Shakespeare's late comedy brought to life in the historic surroundings of Westminster Abbey
Laughter comes to The Old Vic: Andrew Scott stars in Noel Coward's autobiograhical farce about an actor's midlife crisis
The Bolshoi Ballet returns to Covent Garden, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre, for an exciting three-week summer season showcasing four spectacular tried and tested ballets
After the success of Get Out, Jordan Peele returns with Us. Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke star in the horror film that tunes into our anxieties
Jew, Money, Myths at the Jewish Museum London, offers an unflinching insight into the history of a damaging cultural stereotype
Swiss artist and healer Emma Kunz predicted that her drawings were destined for the 21st Century. Serpentine Gallery London presents the first UK solo exhibition of her work
The Japanese cult choreographer Saburo Teshigawara returns to The Print Room with The Idiot, his take on the Dostoevsky novel that is rather lost in translation
Harold Pinter's reversed romance reverberates with relevance in this immaculate revival starring Tom Hiddleston at his caustic best
Jonas Kaufmann returns to Covent Garden as a young woman's lover at war with her vengeful brother
Pulitzer-winner Bruce Norris returns with a provocative play about convicted pedophiles. Downstate comes the National Theatre after making a stir in the US
In Late Night, Emma Thompson plays a talk show host in need of change. Mindy Kaling writes the searing comedy that impressed Sundance
In Quentin Tarantino's new film, Margot Robbie is Sharon Tate. New photos of Robbie and co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio and the first teaser trailer reveal more
'Come seek us where our voices sound': experience the fourth Harry Potter film with a live orchestra in the historic Royal Albert Hall
At last, a new trailer: Stranger Things 3 is nearly here – here's everything we know so far
INALA, the Zulu ballet by Sisters Grimm that transports audiences to the heart of South Africa with live music, singing and dance, returns to London for its West End premiere
The White Crow, Ralph Fiennes' third film, tells the back story of the charismatic ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s decision to defect from the Soviet Union in 1961
Richard Eyre directs Penelope Wilton in the first major revival of David Hare's 1986 hit The Bay at Nice
Glass artist Dale Chihuly returns to Kew Gardens with his mesmerising sculptures
The Cuban ballet superstar Carlos Acosta gets the biopic treatment in Yuli, the uneven but often gripping tale of a rebel child forced to accept his destiny
Celebrated playwright Howard Brenton returns to London's theatre scene with a new play based on Jude the Obscure
Modern sounds in historic settings: Somerset House's annual Summer Series returns with a stellar programme of Spanish pop, alternative soul and avant-garde RnB
The wait for Avengers: Endgame is nearly over – but with half of all life destroyed, can the Marvel heroes hit back? Here's what we know...
Hidden Tracks invites speakers to discuss life-changing songs in an evening of live storytelling
Zoologist Jack Ashby tells us how we can spot the biases in how museums talk about animals
Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi is the most expensive artwork ever sold. Two experts come together to discuss the science of authentication
Going Through gives a new perspective on immigration by combining speech, sign language and creative captioning