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Viviana Durante Company’s Isadora Now, which premieres at the Barbican, pays homage to the influential American free dancer Isadora Duncan
2020 marks the 10th anniversary of Women of the World (WOW) festival. Hear from Helen Pankhurst, Edward Enninful, Deborah Frances-White and more
Aisha and Abhaya at the ROH’s Linbury Theatre is an ambitious multifaceted collaboration that fails to gel into any kind of coherent proposition
Revitalise mind, body and soul, and discover the fun side of fitness with London's own wellness festival
Toby Jones plays Uncle Vanya in Conor McPherson's fresh take on the Chekhov classic
Chimerica playwright Lucy Kirkwood's gripping new play is about a jury of 12 women in 1759 who must decide if another woman is hanged
From vaginas and veganism to psychedelics and psychics – here’s everything you need to know about The Goop Lab, Netflix
Richard Gadd relives a fateful chance encounter in his autobiographical debut play, which comes to the West End after impressing at the Fringe
Cormac McCarthy explores redemption, faith and free will in The Sunset Limited at Soho's Boulevard Theatre
Opening the 2020 programme at Somerset House, Mushrooms explores the bizarre beauty of our favourite fungi
Ibsen's classic Nora: A Doll's House is reworked into three different time periods by bold playwright Stef Smith
Kendrick Lamar, Little Mix, Pearl Jam and Taylor Swift headline a mega series of festivals in Hyde Park for BST 2020
This blockbuster Royal Academy exhibition exploring Picasso's works with paper shows the master in a more intimate light
With Final Edition Richard Alston brings his dance company to Sadler’s Wells one last time before it’s wound up for good
Dancer and choreographer Julie Cunningham continues her quest to find her own individual voice with fire bird, showing at The Yard Theatre
Disney's very own streaming service will finally be launching in the UK on 24 March – featuring Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, Fox and more
Meet the men and women who pass judgement on first night and the people behind some of the best London opera productions
Peppa Pig: My First Concert is an interactive introduction to a live orchestra for kids.
The wonderful world of trees forms the subject of this exhibition at Hayward Gallery
South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho won the Palme d'Or in Cannes with Parasite – shocking, thrilling, entertaining in equal measure – and is now up for six Oscars
The British Museum's spring exhibition will look at the resilient cultures of the Arctic and how climate change threatens both their past and their future
Armando Iannucci (The Death of Stalin) enlists an all-star cast to bring to life a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield
Richard Strauss's richly orchestrated opera based on the Greek tragedy in which a furious daughter avenges the murder of her father
A dream cast brought Onegin to life in the first night of the Royal Ballet’s revival of John Cranko’s powerful dance drama
Scottish Ballet makes its Royal Opera House debut at the Linbury Theatre with This Is My Body, a double bill that showcases the company’s considerable strengths
The millennial romance Normal People, Sally Rooney's second novel, is being adapted for a BBC Three series directed by Lenny Abrahamson. Now, a new trailer has arrived
Terrence Malick returns with A Hidden Life, an achingly beautiful blend of true events and meditative romance
The highlight of The Royal Ballet’s spring schedule is the world premiere of Wayne McGregor’s The Dante Project, an ambitious work assembling key figures of dance, music and theatre
Get up close and personal with beasts from 252 million years ago - the precursors to dinosaurs - in this new interactive exhibition at the Horniman
One of the most enthralling ballerinas dancing today, Alina Cojocaru, is joined by international ballet stars in a programme of old and new works at Sadler’s Wells
The Royal Ballet’s Spring Triple Bill brings together works by associate artists Wayne McGregor and Christopher Wheeldon, and a powerful vintage piece by George Balanchine
Spot the future stars of contemporary dance in Transitions Dance Company, the graduate ensemble of the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance