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The nation-wide celebration of Children's Art Week kicks off its London celebrations with art classes and design workshops
Pack your bags, grab your camera and head for the open road: pioneering expressionist Alexander Calder merits a day trip to Hauser & Wirth Somerset
Fifty Shades of Grey triggers a sexual awakening for the over 60s in this hearty, heartfelt comedy starring Jane Fonda and Diane Keaton
Contemporary art stars fill the Square Mile with large-scale public art installations for Sculpture in the City, 2018
Following the success of Project 84, Mark Jenkins opens a solo show of new work at London Gallery, Lazinc
One of the most significant shows of the year opens at Tate Modern: Picasso 1932, Love, Fame, Tragedy is erotic, often brutal but everything we hoped it would be
Get your Frida fix ahead of one of the best London museum exhibitions of the year
Nordic folklore is combined with grisly crimes in a Swedish genre-bender Border, based on the writings of John Ajvide Lindqvist
Gaspar Noé returns with Climax, another piece of provocation, blending sex, drugs and faux-philosophical musings
Maverick director Richard Jones salutes tradition in a spirited and moving reading of Puccini's heart-breaker
On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan inspires a new musical
Glitz, glamour and Old Masters: one of the world's most prestigious multi-disciplinary art fairs rolls into town for its ninth edition
Join us for an evening panel discussion exploring the ins and outs of building successful creative organisations from the ground up
Life is a Dream, choreographer Kim Brandstrup’s full length work for Rambert, makes for an extraordinary, transporting and haunting evening
A delicious chance to hear about Nigella’s life in food
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's superlative 2015 production of Peter Pan returns for summer 2018
Jessie Buckley, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson star in Sky Atlantic's upcoming mini-series Chernobyl
The glam and glitter of Bollywood return to the London stage when the Taj Express extravaganza takes over the Peacock stage once more
Simon Stephens and Andrew Scott bring their superlative show Sea Wall back to London for just 14 performances
A unique, challenging and potentially mind-blowing cross-genre work, choreographer Jefta van Dinther’s Dark Field Analysis has its UK premiere in the Lilian Baylis studio
The women whose lives are threatened or taken are at the forefront of an opera based on crimes in the East End
Authentic Italian deli Lina Stores opens a Soho restaurant with Italian chef Masha Rener, a former customer who had a restaurant in Umbria, running the kitchen
Trojan Women the contemporary opera to see at LIFT Festival 2018 fuses ancient epic, East Asian traditions and modern music in an immersive performance celebrating female solidarity
When a woman acquires the means to mend a broken romance, comedy as well as love ensues
A monumental lament for the losses in war is given an operatic staging
Richard Strauss's turbulent opera opens ENO's woman-focused season 2018/19
Jazz, ragtime, blues and spirituals infuse this grand opera which features ever-popular melodies, including 'Summertime...'
What to watch this bank holiday Monday? An angry, frothing adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear comes to the BBC
Orlando Bloom returns to the West End stage to star in the lead role of fast-paced thriller Killer Joe
Screening of Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind at the Royal Albert Hall before a live orchestra
Michelle Terry shows that Shakespeare can be woke with a gender-blind, race-blind, disability-blind company collaborating on Hamlet and As You Like It
Sam Mendes directs an epic boom and bust story of the Lehman Brothers over three generations