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Unlikely, loveable hero Stick Man returns to the stage in this delightful family Christmas show from Freckle Productions
Junior doctor-turned-writer and comedian Adam Kay returns to the West End with This is Going to Hurt and the premiere of Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas
English National Ballet on demand video platform shows a glorious marriage of dance and film in five especially commissioned new works
An afternoon and evening of music, history and food from the heart of east London's vibrant arts life
Thrills and chills abound in a ghostly tale in music filmed on location in haunted houses, where a family's dark past is revealed
Sadler's Wells annual street dance festival returns this year under the title Breakin' Convention – Social DisDancing, in a nod to Covid restrictions
His Dark Materials is back on form in episode four, in which Andrew Scott and Phoebe Waller-Bridge make their long expected appearances. As does the subtle knife…
In the third Small Axe film from Steve McQueen, John Boyega stars as Leroy Logan, a black officer in the 80s who wanted to eliminate racism in the police
The Whitechapel Gallery is staging the largest exhibition of Eileen Agar’s work to date
Opera arias, duets and choruses, seasonal music – and a real live Covent Garden audience
Sadler's Wells Global Gala is a glittering virtual celebration of dance, showcasing some of the great artists who have graced its stage over the years
An exhibition of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's enigmatic portraits is coming to Tate Britain this winter
Tracey Emin's exhibition at the Royal Academy explores her fascination with the powerful work of Edvard Munch
An exhibition of Banksy's artworks is coming to London, featuring iconic and less well-known works by the satirical artist
Get booking! Christmas at Kew Gardens has been announced and it's as festive and gorgeous as ever
Abby (Kristen Stewart) decides to stay with her girlfriend Harper's (Mackenzie Davis) family over the holidays, but Harper hasn't told them she's gay...
Sadler's Wells and Candoco's joint new digital commission, Cuckoo, is a film that interrogates notions of time through the medium of a very special artificial limb
The new film from Brandon Cronenberg, David Cronenberg's son, follows an assassin with the ability to change bodies to facilitate untraceable murder. Sean Bean and Christopher Abbott star
Lyra (Dafne Keen) is on the run again, Will (Amir Wilson) continues to have contorted dreams, and Lee Scoresby (Lin-Manuel Miranda) has a chat with Mrs Coulter (Ruth Wilson)
Luca Guadagnino returns to Northern Italy for his new coming-of-age drama series, following 14-year-old Fraser (Jack Dylan Grazer) as he wanders a US military base in Veneto
Kneehigh's charming, whimsical and thoroughly joyous The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk is being streamed live from Bristol Old Vic this December
London's Southbank Centre's Winter Lights brings a blaze of colour and movement to the capital's darkest nights
Another entry in Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology, Lovers Rock plunges into a heavy, reggae-fuelled house party in 1980 west London
Canary Wharf fires up London's winter nights with Connected by Light, a collection of vibrant light artworks that invites visitors to immerse themselves in their multicoloured glow
This accelerated, anti-slavery Western from Ethan Hawke examines the defiant tale of real-life abolitionist John Brown, as told by the former slave Henry 'Little Onion' Shackleford (Joshua Caleb Johnson)
The annual ING Discerning Eye Exhibition is going online with more artworks than ever before
In episode 2, Lyra (Dafne Keen) enters Will's alternate Oxford and tries to solve the enigma of Dust with particle physicist Mary Malone (Simone Kirby)
The first of Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology series, Mangrove examines the story of the Mangrove Nine, arrested for protesting police brutality in 1970. Letitia Wright stars
This season examines Queen Elizabeth's (Olivia Colman) reign between 1979 and 1990, introducing Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and Lady Diana (Emma Corrin)
The Royal Ballet Live new programme, Within the Golden Hour, shows a company in glorious form determined to overcome the constraints of Covid
In this new BBC adaptation of Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love, Lily James stars as an upper-class woman engrossed in ideas of love, sex and marriage
The Place's annual Festival of Korean Dance migrates online for its 2020 edition, but loses nothing of its richness and vibrancy