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Thornton Wilder's play Our Town explores the importance of appreciating life at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Our/London is teaching guests to shake and stir like a pro at its latest event, Mixology Masterclass: The Versatility of Vodka
In ITV's The Widow, Kate Beckinsale (playing Georgia) flies to the Congo after seeing evidence that her husband may have survived a tragic plane crash
Vanessa Paradis stars in Yann Gonzalez's hyper-stylised erotic slasher Knife+Heart – after premiering in Cannes and lighting up Flare
Two exhibitions at Kensington Palace will explore the life of Queen Victoria on the bicentenary of her birth
Celebrate the 357th birthday of pugnacious puppet Mr Punch with a free festival of shows from the country's best Punch and Judy puppeteers.
Michael Longhurst begins his tenure at the Donmar Warehouse with a timely revival of David Greig’s 1994 play, Europe
Laughter comes to The Old Vic: Andrew Scott stars in Noel Coward's autobiograhical farce about an actor's midlife crisis
What do you get if you combine cycling, choreography, nightclub vibes and up-to-the-minute tunes? SoulCycle. London finally gets a branch of North America’s favourite spin class
The Barbican presents the wonders of artificial intelligence in a comprehensive exhibition, which explores our relationship with machines that learn, move and develop faster than we could have imagined
Love is the most important thing in the finale. Fleabag ends with a forgiving, transcendent last episode to watch and cherish
Cocktails, wood-roasted dishes and lush garden terrace promise a culinary jackpot at new Notting Hill restaurant Gold
Quartz bottles, vaginal eggs and positive energy at the ready: Gwyneth Paltrow’s In Goop Health wellness summit comes to London
Looking to retire somewhere warm or for your next holiday home? A Place in the Sun Live comes to London, offering an exciting array of sun-soaked real estate
Two days of free concerts, with performers representing every branch of music, from traditional symphony orchestras to alternative musicians who cross boundaries
In Line of Duty episode 2, AC-12 resume their investigation into John Corbett (Stephen Graham) and the hushed Operation Pear Tree. And danger's quick to follow
Kiss My Genders at Hayward Gallery promises a glittering array of talent from an international cast of artists exploring gender fluidity, trans and intersex identities
Everything you need to know about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – the world's longest running open submission contemporary art show
Fresh from the BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival, Carmen and Lola sheds light on hidden sexuality within the Romani community
Everyone's favourite 13-and-three-quarters-year-old sings out his innermost thoughts in this charming musical adaptation of Sue Townsend's novel
Get ready for summer serenades with Craig David, Jess Glynne and Billy Ocean in Kew Gardens' Kew the Music festival
The Moon exhibition at the National Maritime Museum celebrates 50 years since NASA's Apollo 11 mission landed the first humans on the moon.
Killing Eve season 2 is coming this year, and we can't wait to see Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) back in action on the BBC
Hurrah for the new series from David Attenborough! Netflix documentary Our Planet shows the bizarre life-cycles of wildlife across the world – this will be the docu-series of the year
Going Through gives a new perspective on immigration by combining speech, sign language and creative captioning
Brian Friel's 'finest and most universal' play gets a major revival at the National Theatre
Are you a glittering flapper, a big-spending tycoon or an offbeat bohemian? Choose your role at the Lost Love Speakeasy, London's new 1920s immersive theatre experience
BBC Young Dancer 2019 has entered its critical stage, with 20 hopefuls chosen to contest the finals before a panel of distinguished judges and a nationwide BBC TV audience
The largest William Blake exhibition since 2001 brings together more than 300 of the artist's works
Director Lyndsey Turner revives Caryl Churchill's masterful 1982 play Top Girls at the National Theatre
Author Sally Rooney is in conversation with Kishani Widyaratna, discussing her latest book: Normal People
The Cuban ballet superstar Carlos Acosta gets the biopic treatment in Yuli, the uneven but often gripping tale of a rebel child forced to accept his destiny