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The BBC broadcasts a mouthwatering selection of dance programmes throughout 2020, the perfect entertainment for those long evenings at home
The Royal Opera House has announced further additions to its programme of curated online broadcasts, taking us to the end of July
Dancing at Dusk – A Moment with Pina Bausch’s The Rite of Spring is a unique film event, available to rent on Sadler’s Wells Digital Stage throughout July
Michaela Coel's incendiary drama soldiers on by understanding how complicated women can be utterly unacceptable too. Episodes 9 and 10 deal in hypocrisy and self-destruction
My Brilliant Friend now examines the pains of unrequited love as Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) is made to bear the rising romance between Lila (Gaia Girace) and Nino (Francesco Serpico)
This blockbuster Royal Academy exhibition exploring Picasso's works with paper shows the master in a more intimate light
Aubrey Beardsley's darkly erotic illustrations come to Tate Britain for a blockbuster spring exhibition
Steve McQueen's school photos projects goes on display at Tate Britain next week
Devised as part of this year's Hyundai Commission, Kara Walker's 13-metre-high fountain explores the genesis of the African diaspora in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall
This unflinching exhibition explores vulnerability, strength, race and gender, from private images of Taliban fighters to the bull fighters of Spain
Five of Titian's most epic paintings are to be reunited for an exhibition at the National Gallery next spring
In February Cerith Wyn Evans will hold a gallery-wide exhibition that promises to light up White Cube
Cate Blanchett stars as political activist Phyllis Schlafly in the much-awaited Mrs America, chronicling Schlafly's opposition to the women's liberation movement in the 1970s
Sassy sellout hit Six the musical has found an ingenious solution to Covid restrictions: the show is going on a drive-in tour of the UK
Two short duets drawn from The Royal Ballet's extensive repertoire made up dance’s fleeting participation in the third Live From Covent Garden programme
Arabella (Michaela Coel) continues to struggle with her second work, but finds communal solace in her support group. Terry (Weruche Opia), on the other hand, is sceptical
81-year-old Sir Ian McKellen will play Hamlet in a new age-blind production that is beginning rehearsals under social distancing
English National Ballet's Wednesday Watch Parties come to an end with two charming works, Bournonville's La Sylphide and Wheeldon's Cinderella-in-the-round
Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) tries to upgrade herself into the Neapolitan intelligentsia while trying to score with Nino (Francesco Serpico), which threatens her friendship with Lila (Gaia Girace)
The BBC's new Talking Heads remake uses Alan Bennett's original stories along with well as two premieres. Jodie Comer, Martin Freeman and Imelda Staunton star
Luca Silvestrini’s Protein dance company has announced a new digital season running throughout summer and autumn under the heading Protein21, to mark the company’s 21st anniversary
A new pocket of Princess Diana's life will be explored courtesy of Kristen Stewart, in a new film by Pablo Larraín coming next year
Live music returns to Glyndebourne with a mini-festival of orchestral pieces and opera, an Offenbach comedy at its heart
Based on Eleanor Catton's Booker-winning novel, The Luminaries is an endlessly confusing murder-mystery wrapped in gold nuggets and zodiac signs. Eva Green stars
Live opera returns, with a drive-in production of a Puccini favourite
Michaela Coel wrestles with hurricane confessions and complicated flashbacks, as I May Destroy You continues to be one of the best TV shows of the year
Lila (Gaia Girace) and Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) return for the next chapter in Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan coming-of-age story, The Story of a New Name
Ryan Murphy's political anthology series soldiers on, as after surviving high school his ambitious protagonist Peyton (Ben Platt) is running for Senate
Adam Kay's bestselling memoir is heading to the small screen in a BBC-AMC co-production – and Ben Whishaw will be playing the author himself
World-class artists perform live and nightly to a small audience, with dinner to follow, and all in a relaxed venue re-ordered for post-lockdown
In Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee examines the impact of the Vietnam from the perspectives of four African-American veterans: tackling PTSD, war stories, and black history. Chadwick Boseman stars
At once relevant and timeless, the story of Anthony Bryan, who was wrongly threatened to be deported, is brought to the BBC by his brother, playwright Stephen S. Thompson