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Natasha Gordon's remarkable debut play exploring the comedy and devastation of ordinary life is just as brilliant in the West End transfer
The Game of Thrones season 8 teaser trailer has arrived, whetting our appetite to see Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) back in action
Previous shows have included Benedict Cumberbatch, Jude Law, Gillian Anderson, Toby Jones and Sophie Dahl. Now London's star-studded letter-reading event returns
Trevor Nunn brings life, laughter and authenticity to a Fiddler on the Roof revival at the Menier Chocolate Factory
The Design Museum explores the stories that monuments tell through David Adjaye's work
The largest William Blake exhibition since 2001 brings together more than 300 of the artist's works
Immersive theatre company dotdotdot return to London with a new experience based on the best-selling album Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of The Worlds
Words, music and movement combine in a new play that rages against what it is to be a woman
Based on the book by award-winning David Walliams, Awful Auntie fills the holidays with wackiness
Tom Bidwell's long-awaited adaptation of Richard Adams's famous novel Watership Down is coming this Christmas, with James McAvoy in the title role. Here's everything we know
The former Roundhouse building on Wardour Street reopens as Soho Residence – an elegant, plant-adorned bar spread over three floors
Secret Cinema have confirmed that our prediction was correct - Casino Royale will be their new immersive cinema experience for 2019
Explore the city's most exclusive doorways and secret spaces for one weekend only with Open House London 2019
Jamie Lloyd directs a new open air production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 1978 hit musical Evita
Get your skates on: the new Television Centre ice rink is the latest place to glide in London
Europe’s biggest annual architecture festival returns to London in June 2019
During Clerkenwell Design Week, London's design district bursts into life with exhibitions, installations and emerging stars of contemporary design
The Glory of Christmas is back to spread the classical Christmas cheer at the Barbican Hall – featuring the likes of Handel, Schubert, and David Willcocks
Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn bring star power to this bitter, bracing comedy about sibling rivalry
An all-star cast joins director Greta Gerwig for the eighth adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's 1868 novel. Here's everything you need to know
Gershwin, Verdi and an opera for all the family, all at the Theatre in the Woods
It’s official! Christmas started on Monday, 3 December, with the first performance of the Royal Ballet’s magical The Nutcracker at Covent Garden relayed to almost 1,000 cinemas in 50 countries.
Luther series five is coming, and it looks brutal. Here's everything we know so far
The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens and Bon Iver headline All Points East 2019, the London music festival from the organisers of Coachella
Captain Marvel, Brie Larson's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is the first female-led superhero film of the franchise
The newly-refurbished Linbury Theatre at the ROH unveils its first dance season with TRIO ConcertDance, starring the luminous Alessandra Ferri and her partner of choice, Herman Cornejo
In episode five of the series adaptation of Elena Ferrante's My Brilliant Friend, Lila and Lenù enter a world completely different from their own... with ambivalent consequences
Indie darling Wes Anderson is gearing up for a four-month shoot on his new film The French Dispatch, set in 20th-century Paris
Vibrating abstractions, psychedelic surfaces, and graphic patterns: Britain's most revered queen of optical experiences comes to Hayward Gallery London next October
Musical works never before set to dance come together with new choreographies in an enticing programme at the ROH’s Linbury Theatre, New Work, New Music
After sell-out shows in Ireland and Edinburgh, Class brings its sharp tale of social inequality to The Bush Theatre in 2019
In this new BBC adaptation of Andrea Levy's The Long Song, writer Sarah Williams explores the historic catalyst for the British abolition of slavery