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Inspirational works by JS Bach are cut with contemporary compositions influenced by them. Featuring Roderick Williams
Prepare for a blockbuster Autumn season at Somerset House: exhibitions include this poignant multi-disciplinary show exploring the effect of grief on our mental and emotional stability
An immersive performance of Bach's musical masterpiece with both musicians and audience on the move
Jason Statham takes on a suitably 12A shark in The Meg, a modern, bonkers B-movie that's not as fun as it needs to be
An enthralling first production at Glyndebourne of a neglected 20th-century classic is as beautiful to behold as to hear
Ice has never looked so appealing: get ready to book for the 2018 skating season at Somerset House
In Desiree Akhavan's new film, Chloë Grace Moretz takes on her bravest role to date
Neon-light artist Olafur Eliasson lands a Tate Modern retrospective in 2019
Feast your eyes (and the rest of your senses) on the hottest African pop-up supper club London has to offer
Margot Robbie reveals first look as she plays Sharon Tate in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino's dissection of the Helter Skelter era
Alex Oates’ bitcoin-funded play about drug trafficking site Silk Road
26 masterpieces from the Courtauld Gallery go on display at the National Gallery as part of a landmark exhibition tracing the development of modern French painting
Could you protect the woman whose politics you hate? Watch the new trailer for BBC's Bodyguard starring Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes
London's first ever sleep exhibition asks why we need shut-eye and how we can be getting more of it
Off the beaten track, but photographic heaven, this Hepburn showcase is one of the must-see bijou art exhibitions London has to offer this summer
As part of the Hayward Gallery's 50th anniversary celebrations, enjoy Lee Bul's sinister but utterly beautiful first major UK retrospective
Finty Williams takes on the role her mother Judi Dench originated in Pack of Lies' first outing since 1983
A mother, a wife, but never enough on her own. Gemma Arterton plays a woman on the verge in Dominic Savage's The Escape.
It's official: the beloved comedy pair get their silver screen debut with a world premiere at London Film Festival
New Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah starts tenure with the Shakespeare musical that dazzled in NYC
Improv, comedy, sketch show and verbatim theatre combine in Improbable Theatre's exploration of living with disability
World-class steak is served with style and plenty of charisma at at slick city favourite M restaurant
Everything you need to know about The Crown season 3, Netflix. Including first look at Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter
Christopher Renshaw’s Carmen La Cubana, now showing at Sadler’s Wells, is less than the sum of its parts in this disjointed production
Michael Fentiman's revival of Wilde's ‘trivial comedy for serious people’ plays it remarkably safe, and lacks any memorable flair
Belgian company Ontroerend Goed’s show £¥€$ (LIES) thrills in London after impressing at Edinburgh Fringe
From the creators of Parks and Recreation and Master of None: a new comedy starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen
Eat Art and Eat Talk are new this year, alongside a pop-up exploring the sensory future of dining
Twenty artists take over the newly refurbished Hayward Gallery this autumn to challenge how we relate to space, objects and each other
Jenna Coleman to star as the mother of an abducted child in new BBC psychological thriller The Cry
The voyages of Charles Darwin come to life in a new theatre at the Natural History Museum
Travel through time and space to see Dinosaurs in the Wild as they roam the Greenwich Peninsula