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For a thrilling and original way to celebrate Halloween, don’t miss Northern Ballet’s Dracula, relayed live to a cinema near you on 31 October
Experience weightlessness and wash away your anxieties with floatation therapy, the wellness concept perfected by Floatworks’ London studios
Rhys Ifans stars in Ed Thomas's semi-autobiographical story about the relationship between place and memory
Come aboard the Cutty Sark for an immersive murder mystery experience this Halloween
In his follow up to Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi brings his trademark wit to Nazi Germany: playing a little boy's imaginary friend – Adolf Hitler
Wandsworth Common resurrects its renowned beer and cider festival for a knockout Halloween celebration
Celebrating 25 years at Covent Garden, a classic production of Verdi's tragic opera returns
Acosta Danza, the Cuban troupe created by the former Royal Ballet star dancer Carlos Acosta, takes up a 10-day residency at the Linbury Theatre
Welcome return of Verdi's tragedy based on Shakespeare, with Gregory Kunde in the title role and Ermonela Jaho as Desdemona
The Royal Ballet’s sumptuous new production of the timeless classic Swan Lake, returns to the Royal Opera House for the first time since its acclaimed debut two years ago
In Bad Education, Hugh Jackman plays Frank Tassone, a real superintendent who caused outrage when he embezzled money from his school and kept it for himself
After dazzling in 1996, Robert Lepage's seven-hour, multi-lingual epic exploring the effects of the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima is back
In the final episode of A Confession, former Det Supt Steve Fulcher (Martin Freeman) returns to testify against Christopher Halliwell (Joe Absolom) again
It's a helter-skelter ride in music for Lewis Carroll's Alice with Gerald Barry's breakneck opera based on adventures down the rabbit hole
ZSL London Zoo is the place to be this Christmas, with Santa's grotto, film screenings and more.
Offenbach's cheerful operetta turns sour in a well-sung but skewed production, with Emma Rice making her debut as opera director
Two contrasting concerts: flop on cushions for the words and music of TS Eliot and Britten or discover a resourceful story-teller in music
A powerful drama centred on the clash between love and duty in 19th-century Russia, The Royal Ballet’s Onegin makes a welcome return to the Royal Opera House
The Barbican Centre's immersive look into the world of cabarets and clubs invites you to become a child of the night
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a revival of Peter Nichols' landmark bittersweet comedy about caring for a disabled child
Dulwich Picture Gallery is to present 35 of Rembrandt's paintings in an exhibition exploring his inimitable rendering of light
Gen Z darling Billie Eilish announces 2020 world tour, finishing with two exclusive gigs at the O2
Variant 31, an immersive survival experience brings a high-adrenaline horror show to London
The hit Netflix sci-fi horror series Stranger Things is coming back for another season. And the recent announcement trailer goes beyond Hawkins, Indiana...
In this new biopic of American actor Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart), director Benedict Andrews examines her tumultuous involvement with an invasive FBI operation
A polychromatic retrospective of the inimitable Dame Zandra Rhodes has arrived at the Fashion & Textile Museum
World Ballet Day 2019 sees 24 hours of non-stop ballet from all corners of the earth live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube
In The Report, Adam Driver stars as Senate investigator Daniel J Jones, who uncovered the unlawful torture of terrorist suspects in the wake of 9/11
Damien Hirst's Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable come to Claridges
Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon, an engrossing tale of love, greed and tragedy, is as fresh and cogent as ever, and a powerful opener to The Royal Ballet’s new season
The touring Vagina Museum gets a permanent home in London’s Camden Market this autumn. Expect vulva-shaped artworks and talks on body positivity
In Rupert Goold's biopic, Renée Zellweger captures the last months of Hollywood starlet Judy Garland, in all her troubles and triumphs, celebrating her love, talent and voice