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The final in BBC Four Dance Season’s series of half-hour documentaries, Choreographing History, shines a spotlight on the creative process of choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh
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As part of its Dance Season, BBC Four looks at the audacious work of choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra in a half-hour documentary, Prejudice and Passion
The second of four close-up documentaries in BBC Four Dance Season, Street to Stage, focuses on the exciting young dancer Dickson Mbi
BBC Four kicks off its Dance Season with a full evening dedicated to various aspects of this increasingly popular art form
A grand exhibition of Christian Boltanski's brand new an reworked installation pieces opens at Marian Goodman Gallery
BBC Four Dance Season continues with a fascinating documentary that follows prima ballerina Zenaida Yanowsky as she prepares for one final performance of The Dying Swan.
Let your kids imaginations run rampant through the halls of the Royal Academy of Arts, thanks to a series of creative events at the family studio
It's time to light the lights – it's time to meet the Muppets, live at the O2 for their London debut
After impressing at the Fringe Ontroerend Goed's play about human extinction comes to Battersea Arts Centre
Not just for seasoned collectors: first-time buyers dip their toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead
Murderous teen movie Heathers gets a musical theatre makeover at The Other Palace
A classic fairy tale takes to the high seas: board the Puppet Theatre Barge to see Little Red Riding Hood like never before
From serious conflict photojournalism to the surreal and downright comedic, the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards is a glorious celebration of the photographic medium
The first UK Joseph Beuys retrospective in ten years lands at Galeire Thaddaeus Ropac – one of London's best art galleries
David Haig's D-Day drama transfers to the West End after impressing at the Park Theatre
The ultimate generation zen event: the UK's most easy-going festival returns with a spectacular line-up of world music
Kenneth MacMillan’s enduringly popular Romeo and Juliet comes to Sadler's Wells this summer courtesy of Birmingham Royal Ballet
There is plenty of sunshine to be found in Birmingham Royal Ballet’s mixed programme at Sadler's Wells this summer
Join Northern Ballet on a journey of courage, tragedy and romance when the company brings its full-length ballet Jane Eyre to Sadler's Wells
Wake me up before you BAYGO-go: don't miss out on this exclusive Culture Whisper event with Caribbean culinary wiz kids
An accomplished debut from French director Xavier Legrand, Custody is a masterclass in Hitchcockian suspense centred on a child stuck in his parents' broken marriage
Check out a very different kind of nightlife at Life in the Dark, the Natural History Museum's new exhibition
Travel back to the glamorous 1930s for a five-course feast with a murderous twist
After impressing at the Hampstead Theatre, David Hare's The Moderate Soprano brings the charming story Glyndebourne opera to the West End
Design Museum London stages blockbuster Azzedine Alaia exhibition this spring
An immersive, Harry Potter-inspired high tea hits London, courtesy of the upcoming Potion Room at Cutter & Squidge
A techtopia utopia hits the Polka Theatre this May half-term
A photographer at the top of her game, Lizzie Sadin wins the Carmignac Photojournalism Award 2018 for her stark portrayal of Nepalese human trafficking
Show some love for the zoo, would you? Don't miss out on these fabulous activities at Battersea Park Children's Zoo this May half-term
The unstoppable playwright behind Ink and Labour of Love hits the jackpot once more with this witty game-show drama
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