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DNA VR is launching a new site in Hammersmith where gamers can walk with dinosaurs, swim with whales or even join Alice in Wonderland
Hello Dolly! Imelda Staunton will be looking swell on stage as socialite matchmaker Dolly Levi in a revival of a classic musical
Louis Korovilas, former head chef of polished West End pasta parlour Bancone, opens new Italian restaurant Tavolino in London Bridge
New music festival Bigfoot offers big-name headliners plus pop-up versions of top London restaurants, all in the picturesque setting of Ragley Hall in Warwickshire
Now there's more time to wait for No Time to Die: new Bond film UK release date delayed due to coronavirus fears
American choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s critically acclaimed New Work for Goldberg Variations has its European premiere at the Barbican this spring
Gary Owen's new play Romeo and Julie re-imagines Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers as modern 18-year-olds
This London festival brings together leading lifestyle events: Spirit of Summer Fair, House & Garden Fair and The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, to celebrate stylish summer living
An exhibition of Banksy's art works is coming to London, featuring iconic and less well-known works by the satirical artist
Chanel comes to London with an exhibition of backstage photos by Simon Procter
Based on the evocative novels by Malorie Blackman, Noughts and Crosses takes place in an alternate Britain where white people ('noughts') are subordinate to people of colour ('Crosses')
Bold theatre-makers Katie Mitchell and Alice Birch bring Rachel Cusk's autofictional trilogy to the stage
Hear from superstar chef Ottolenghi as he delves into the inspiration for his new book, Flavour, in a talk at Union Chapel
The BBC have announced another Sally Rooney TV adaptation, this time with her 2017 debut novel Conversations With Friends. Lenny Abrahamson directs
Chris Pratt and Tom Holland star in Pixar's new original adventure Onward, as two teenage elf brothers go hunting for magic
In The Eddy, Damien Chazelle revisits his musical roots: this time in present-day Paris. André Holland (Moonlight) stars as club-owner Elliot, whose past catches up with him
Design Museum's spring exhibition will look at cult classics, quirky designs and the high-fashion crossover
The Suffragette director turns to London teenage girls for her new film, the product of improvisation workshops showing a truthful, joyful reality
France's Oscar entry frames a modern-day conflict exposing police brutality and warring communities in Paris – a far cry from the hit musical
Northern Ballet’s Geisha is an evocative story of sisterhood and sacrifice coming to Sadler’s Wells in the spring as part of a nationwide tour to mark the company’s 50th anniversary
Book now: Yayoi Kusama's immersive mirror rooms are are coming to Tate Modern to celebrate the institution's 20th birthday
Toni Collette and Damian Lewis star in Dream Horse, telling the true story of a cleaner and bartender breeding a race horse in a Welsh village
Aubrey Beardsley's darkly erotic illustrations come to Tate Britain for a blockbuster spring exhibition
The wonderful world of trees forms the subject of this exhibition at Hayward Gallery
Martin McDonagh's ghoulish 2003 comedy is revived on the West End stage, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a twisted short-story writer
Goods Way: King’s Cross gets a glossy new food court, bar and live music venue rolled into one
In True History of the Kelly Gang, Justin Kurzel (Macbeth, Assassin's Creed) examines the infamous gang of 19th-century Australian bushrangers. George MacKay (1917) stars
Julia Garner stars as a struggling young woman trying to make her way into the film industry in The Assistant, Kitty Green's #MeToo workplace drama
Nadia Fall's Welcome to Iran is based on real-life testimonials about modern Iranian life. It opens in Stratford before transferring to the NT
The V&A hosts On Point, a detailed exhibition documenting the history of the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance in its centenary year
Welcome return to the Coliseum of Anthony Minghella's production of Puccini's tragedy. A young Japanese woman falls for an American officer, but their marriage is doomed
The Prince of Egypt musical comes to the West End with Stephen Schwartz’s Academy Award-winning score - parents might not love it, but the kids will