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Christian Marclay premiered his intensely visual work The Clock in 2010. Now it's back to London. But time's ticking, it'll be gone by Monday
Painter Anna Liber Lewis and musician Kieran Hebden AKA Four Tet are lifelong friends. Elephant West brings them together for Muscle Memory, a multi-sensory exhibition
With Peter Gynt, David Hare returns to the National Theatre 2019, tweaking a classic Ibsen tale for the modern day
A novel slated as one of the most important works of the last decade is finally adapted to the stage, in a timely epic for the National Theatre 2019 season
The dazzling drummers of Yamato return to London with Passion, a new show guaranteed to shake the very foundations of the Peacock Theatre
The 2019 Serpentine programme begins with a showcase of the work of award-winning fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner and her contemporaries
Matthew Broderick and Elizabeth McGovern star together in Kenneth Lonergan’s thoughtful play The Starry Messenger
A harrowing tale of innocence corrupted, English National Ballet’s Manon with Kenneth Macmillan’s masterful choreography returns to the London Coliseum
Erik Lorincz, former bartender at The Savoy, launches El Bar at Mayfair restaurant Momo
A new zero-waste tap bar in Tooting offers an opportunity for eco-friendly drinking
Hit stage adaptation War Horse is the inaugural show at a state-of-the-art new theatre in Wembley
The Design Museum Home Futures exhibition looks at the past, present and future of our living spaces
Tickets are now on sale for an immersive horror show based in a secret central London location
Get ready for an immersive dining adventure in London. Venture into space with Gingerline, The Grand Expedition
This glorious Royal Academy exhibition celebrates the centenary of the revolutionary Austrian Modernists Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele
Portraits, landscapes, travel assignments and photojournalism: a major Don McCullin exhibition opens at Tate Britain
Masculinity is in the spotlight at this potent play, which transfers to The Roundhouse after impressing at the National Theatre
Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Bruce Willis star in M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, a sequel to both his 2000 superhero movie Unbreakable and his more recent schizo-horror film Split
Manga has been influencing the western world for years. Now, the British Museum is giving you the opportunity to see the largest ever manga exhibition outside of Japan
The upcoming Tate Britain Sixty Years exhibition celebrates women artists working in Britain from 1960 to present
The former Roundhouse building on Wardour Street has reopened as Soho Residence – an elegant, plant-adorned bar spread over three floors
Tackling police brutality and revolt, Monsters and Men feels urgent – only months after Cannes hit BlackKklansman. John David Washington stars
David Sims, Jeremy Deller and Jane How collaborate with British skate brand Aries on an immersive art installation shot on location at Stonehenge
The Favourite has been a hit with audiences and critics. Now, Kensington Palace is hosting a display of the costumes worn by Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone
Cirque du Soleil travel to London's O2 Arena with Toruk, a prequel to James Cameron's Avatar: book tickets now
Sadler's Wells presents Yang Liping's Rite of Spring, a radical interpretation of Stravinsky's most famous score, that fuses contemporary dance with Asian folk elements
The Winter Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair returns to Battersea this January with a wealth of art, design and antiques spanning three centuries
Hollywood veterans, Broadway award-winners and a 17-year-old newcomer make up the cast of the Steven Spielberg West Side Story remake
After The LEGO Batman Movie and The LEGO Ninjago Movie, the original master builders return with The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
Enjoy tea-inspired cocktails, vinyl records and a good book at Covent Garden bar Teatulia
In his first London production since Yerma, Simon Stone reworks the Greek tragedy Medea in a boldly modern production at the Barbican
After Eugène Ionesco, Marianne Badrichani and Edith Vernes pick Sacha Guitry as the next victim for their sellout comedy