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Celebrate the best of international and homegrown craftsmanship with our definitive guide on what to see and do during London Craft Week 2021
The Sopranos creator David Chase returns to co-write this long-awaited prequel movie, directed by Alan Taylor and starring Michael Gandolfini, Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom, Jr., and Ray Liotta
Candoco brings a double bill of works by leading New York choreographers to Sadler's Wells, as it celebrates its return to the stage
Patsy Ferran and Luke Thallon deliver powerful performances in Camp Siegfried, Bess Wohl’s coming of age story set at a Nazi summer camp on Long Island
The celebrated Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi is the subject of a comprehensive retrospective at the Barbican Art Gallery
Inherited family trauma brings laughter, tears and bloodshed: Aleshea Harris’ revenge play Is God Is comes to the Royal Court in the hands of director Ola Ince
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell return for season 2 of the Apple newsroom drama The Morning Show
Classic production by David McVicar of Mozart's last opera returns to Covent Garden with a new cast and a star turn
Amy Adams makes her West End debut in Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie. Jeremy Herrin directs the production from new company Second Half Productions
Dance and physical comedy duo New Art Club bring their latest show, Cupid's Revenge, to The Place this autumn
Find festive cheer with a touch of elegance: ice skating at Somerset House returns this winter with rink-side DJ takeovers, winter dining and festive surprises
Verdi's finest opera opens the Covent Garden year in a new production by Oliver Mears
Marina Abramović opens two new shows in London representing her lifelong passion for the opera singer Maria Callas
A thrilling combination of circus and dance, Motionhouse's Nobody kicks off a major international tour at the Peacock Theatre
Laurie Nunn's sex-positive sitcom finally returns to Netflix, with returning performances from Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa. Jason Isaac also stars
In this West End musical, the six wives of Henry VIII are queens of pop reclaiming their narrative
From large-scale outdoor installations to design-led talks and hands-on workshops, London Design Festival is a city-wide celebration of the best in contemporary design
'An evening with Sergei Polunin' at the Palladium Theatre combines words and dance in an event that will delight his many fans
Colin Farrell stars in this chilly five-part period drama by Andrew Haigh, following a whaling vessel in 1859. Jack O'Connell, Stephen Graham and Tom Courtenay also star
Frozen glitters at the West End’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane, where a cast led by Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon bring to life the sisterhood-championing story
Days after playing Hamlet, Sir Ian McKellen stars in The Cherry Orchard at Theatre Royal Windsor, alongside Jenny Seagrove, Steven Berkoff and Francesca Annis
James Cousins Company's We Are as Gods is an immersive multi-disciplinary performance coming to a variety of spaces in the Battersea Arts Centre
Northern Ballet's Dangerous Liaisons, shining a spotlight on the lives and scandals of 18th-century French aristocracy, comes to cinemas nationwide
Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne star in director Rebecca Frecknall’s revival of Cabaret, staged inside an intimate reconstruction of the musical’s Kit Kat Club
Korean Dance returns to The Place for its annual Festival, which is back on stage after last year's virtual edition
The third film from Irish director Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia!), Herself examines the best and worst in humanity as abused, working-class mum Sandra (Clare Dunne) builds herself a house
The Dan Daw Show is an uncompromising examination of the intersection between disability and queerness
Punchdrunk’s Felix Barrett and Maxine Doyle on the company’s major new London show, The Burnt City, an immersive extravaganza based on the fall of Troy
A seven-part BBC adaptation of Dolly Alderton's bestselling memoir Everything I Know About Love is on the way. It stars Emma Appleton and Bel Powley
Award-winning playwright Winsome Pinnock provides poignancy and fury in her epic on slavery, legacy and representation
Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, and Simon Helberg star in this phantasmagoric, Sparks-written movie musical, directed by Leos Carax
Ida Rubinstein: The Final Act celebrates the early 20th-century dancer, actress and patron of the arts, who became a scandalous figure in Belle Époque Paris