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Following a critically acclaimed run at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, Lolita Chakrabarti's adaptation of Life of Pi opens in the West End in a feat for puppetry and theatrics
The Royal Ballet streams its memorable production of Giselle, the Romantic ballet par excellence
Wayne McGregor’s The Dante Project, a new ballet inspired by The Divine Comedy, will be available to stream on the Royal Opera House's digital platform
Ivo van Hove and Ruth Wilson reunite to bring Jean Cocteau’s The Human Voice to the Harold Pinter Theatre
Amy: Beyond the Stage at the Design Museum is a heartfelt exhibition reclaiming the memory of Amy Winehouse
Acosta Danza returns to Sadler's Wells with 100% Cuban, a mixed bill of works old and new
From sing-along carol concerts to star-led performances and the return of a critically-acclaimed ballet, there’s plenty to see at the Royal Albert Hall this winter
In Jane Campion's latest film, Benedict Cumberbatch stars as a toxic cowboy on a wealthy ranch in Montana, 1925. Also stars Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee
London International Mime Festival, the joyous jamboree of all shows non-verbal, is back live on stage to brighten up darkest January
Jugglers extraordinaire Gandini Juggling kick off the coming London International Mime Festival with their brand-new piece, Life
Arthur Pita’s The Little Match Girl, a magical, but occasionally dark, take on Hans Christian Andersen’s Christmas tale, is available on Sadler's Wells digital stage
The Royal Ballet fired the first shot in the battle of The Nutcrackers with its immaculate, heart-filling production of the classic Christmas ballet
Singers and players get the better of a banal production in the curtain-raiser to a new Ring cycle
Peter Jackson's new three-part documentary series sees Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr preparing for their famous rooftop concert
The London Community Gospel Choir returns to the Royal Albert Hall this festive season: book now to be swept up in their awe-inspiring, soulful harmonies
Playwright Moira Buffini returns to the National Theatre with Manor, a thriller-esque state-of-the-nation drama starring Nancy Carroll and Shaun Evans
Starstruck, Scottish Ballet’s sparkling reworking of an old Gene Kelly ballet, has made a seamless transition from stage to film and can be viewed on Marquee TV
Tate Modern stages a major theatrical exhibition of work by the Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid
Get the best seat in the house for Puccini's nail-biting opera, with an all-star cast, as Jonathan Kent's matchless production is screened live
The Southbank Centre's Winter Light brightens up the river with a dazzling exhibition of light art alongside its regular Christmas market
Lady Gaga and Adam Driver star in Ridley Scott's new crime drama about the failed marriage of Maurizio Gucci and Patrizia Reggiani. Al Pacino and Jared Leto also star
The wonderful world of Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer have been brought to life through his travels across Europe in this major exhibition at the National Gallery
Enter a magical winter wonderland as Christmas at Kew returns for 2021
In her choreographic debut, ENB artistic director Tamara Rojo recreates Raymonda, one of the jewels of Russian classical ballet
The BBC has just announced an extensive programme of dance for 2022 to be broadcast on TV, radio, iPlayer and Sounds
The hit Netflix sci-fi horror series Stranger Things comes back for another season next summer. Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Winona Ryder and David Harbour are all set to return
Season 2 of this sugary, ridiculous, but addictive, Netflix series is on the way, with Lily Collins returning in the main role
Director Bronagh Lagan presents a musical version of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women that's sweet, sentimental and soft-boiled
Northwest London's literary queen Zadie Smith pens her first play, giving a Willesden twist to Chaucer's Wife of Bath
In Reinaldo Marcos Green's new sports biopic King Richard, Will Smith plays the father/manager to tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams
This exquisite exhibition at the V&A invites us into the opulent world of Carl Fabergé and his London clientele and reflects on the grand and final days of Imperial Russia.
Most Promising Playwright nominee Al Smith takes Royal Court audiences to the Bolivian salt flats with Rare Earth Mettle, a dark satire about a grapple to commodify lithium