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Buckingham Palaces's Queen Victoria's Palace provides a regal look into the life of the epoch-making monarch and how she made the residence into a national landmark
The second show of the Merce Cunningham Centennial at the ROH is Dance Umbrella’s The Future Bursts In at the Linbury Theatre
Maremma restaurant brings the Tuscan coast to Brixton. It also serves the best panzanella salad in London
We're on track for a very wonderful Christmastime in 2020, with Paul McCartney's musical version of It's A Wonderful Life due to hit the stage
Mozart's magical opera of love, adventure and revenge is set in a grand hotel
Tom Hooper's film makeover of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats goes all out in its casting: Taylor Swift, James Corden and more are on board
James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Dafne Keen all star in His Dark Materials, BBC's new adaptation of Philip Pullman's fantasy trilogy
London's first rooftop ice rink returns this November
Based on the Windermere novels by Paula Daly, ITV's Deep Water follows three friends in the Lake District as they cope with debts, motherhood, and mediocre husbands
Strap on your skates and get ready to glide in style at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink this winter
Pheobe-Waller Bridge plays Fleabag on stage for the final time in a revival of the 2013 one-woman show that catalysed a TV phenomenon
designjunction is one of the hottest events of London Design Festival. Enjoy immersive installations, product launches from international brands, thought-provoking talks and more
Oysters, Guinness, pristine fish and meat on the grill – not to mention superb chocolate mousse – who could ask for more?
The Royal Ballet joins worldwide commemorations of the Merce Cunningham centennial with an exciting triple bill at the Linbury Theatre this autumn
From writer Joe Penhall and director David Fincher, Mindhunter will resume on Netflix in August. The serial killers featured will include Charles Manson and David Berkowitz
The V&A’s Renaissance Watercolours will bring together 200 masterpieces to reveal the subtle beauty and important functions of this under appreciated art form
The V&A's Epic Iran exhibition will explore 5,000 years of Iranian art, design, and culture through 300 objects in the largest Iranian exhibition in the UK in 88 years
The musical adaptation of everyone’s favourite French film, Amélie, returns to the London stage for Christmas
A exhibition of works by Finnish Artist Helene Schjerfbeck comes to the Royal Academy
Clive Owen returns to the stage after 19 years to star in a strange and lesser-known
Tennessee Williams play, the tropically-tinged The Night of the Iguana
Bountiful blooms, prize vegetables and a lineup packed with Brixton beats: the Lambeth Country Show has it all
Hilarious opera set backstage at the rehearsals for – an opera. A welcome revival of Gerald Barry's comedy
Barrie Kosky's staging of Handel's opera is sure to be a hit, with Joyce DiDonato in the power-mad title role and an all-star cast
A powerful man who uses his status to seduce women looks as topical as ever, but he has met his match in Donna Anna
Massenet's romantic story of the doomed love of a passionate poet for a virtuous woman returns to Covent Garden in a visually arresting production
The V&A's Bags! exhibition celebrates the wonderful world of bags through 300 objects
Philosophy and music collide as HowTheLightGetsIn festival brings stimulating discussion and world-class performance to Hampstead
Mark Leckey's immersive exhibition at Tate Britain to arrive this September
Bond 25 writer Scott Z. Burns directs a salient investigative drama focusing on Senate agents aiming to uncover the shifty CIA underbelly of the terror attacks
The London Craft Beer Festival brings DJ sets, gourmet food and a vast array or artisan lagers and ales to Tobacco Dock
A new exhibition will explore the sartorial, aesthetic and social significance of the kimono from the 1660s to the present day
Armando Ianucci (The Death of Stalin) kicks off the 63rd BFI London Film Festival with a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield