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Little Mix, Pearl Jam and Taylor Swift headline a mega series of festivals in Hyde Park for BST 2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda earned Tony awards for In the Heights as well as Hamilton – now his story of a tight-knit latino community comes to the big screen
In The Two Popes, Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce star as former pontiff Pope Benedict XVI and the current Pope Francis I – just before the former's resignation in 2013
Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac – the three galaxy-travelling musketeers gear up one last time for JJ Abrams' conclusive Star Wars film
Amy Adams stars in adaptation of bestselling book The Woman in the Window. But following a revelatory profile in the New Yorker, Dan Mallory, the author, is in the limelight
With a cast including John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki, Christopher Nolan's next thriller Tenet isn't just for action addicts
By CHLOE. brings the vegan revolution to London, with four chic cafes serving plant-based alternatives to fast food favourites
An exhibition coming to the Barbican Centre is set to explore masculinity and its many guises
A storm is brewing in Manor, a new dark comedy by Moira Buffini coming to the National Theatre
Celebrating 25 years at Covent Garden, a classic production of Verdi's tragic opera returns
Inspired by a remarkable true story, this subversive play explores cultural appropriation and imperialism in 1862 and the present
Roger Allam and Colin Morgan star in Caryl Churchill's intruiging clone drama in a revival of A Number at Bridge Theatre
After dazzling in London and New York, Conor McPherson’s poignant ‘play with music’ returns to the West End
Nora Ephron's 1993 rom-com comes to life in a new musical adaptation of Sleepless in Seattle
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
Photographer Autumn de Wilde makes her directorial debut with a new take on Jane Austen's Emma with Anya Taylor-Joy, Mia Goth, Bill Nighy and more
A new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery will explore the portraits taken by photographer Cecil Beaton
Matthew Bourne's very own take on the classic 1948 film The Red Shoes, returns to Sadler's Wells for Christmas, following its acclaimed debut there three years ago
The swinging romance of summer 1963 gears up to get London audiences dancing in July 2020
One of the most exciting exponents of contemporary dance theatre, Mark Bruce Company, bring their new work Return to Heaven to Wilton’s Music Hall
The Royal Ballet marries a new work by storytelling specialist Cathy Marston with a classic work of pure dance from American choreographer Jerome Robbins in its winter double bill
In Swive, playwright Ella Hickson explores the relationship between sex and power in Elizabeth I's reign
It’s up to the audience to save the planet in a new immersive experience: Doctor Who Time Fracture
A modern myth from the mind of Neil Gaiman comes to life on stage at the National Theatre in magical new show
Hilary Mantel discusses the long-awaited final instalment of the Cromwell trilogy in a The Mirror and the Light talk at Southbank Centre
The National Gallery is to stage an exhibition exploring the idea of sin
In February Cerith Wyn Evans will hold a gallery-wide exhibition that promises to light up White Cube
The Devil Wears Prada musical is due to hit the West End in 2021
Playwright Inua Ellams re-imagines Chekhov's Three Sisters against the backdrop of Nigeria's Biafran War
The annual Ballet Icons Gala returns to the Coliseum in January, featuring a myriad international ballet stars in much-loved classics alongside contemporary works
One of Manhattan's most feted restaurants, Eleven Madison Park, arrives at Claridge's under the name Davies and Brook – with sky-high expectations
French classic Cyrano de Bergerac is revived by the Jamie Lloyd Theatre Company, with Scottish star James McAvoy shining in the titular role