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Eminent South African artist Mary Sibande has her first solo show at Somerset House
From an ice rink to santa's grotto: find the Christmas spirit in Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland
Armando Iannucci (The Death of Stalin) kicks off the 63rd BFI London Film Festival with a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield
Ballet doesn’t come much more thrilling than English National Ballet’s Le Corsaire, which arrives at the Coliseum just in time to brighten up the darkest of London winters
Director Roy Alexander Weise revives Athol Fugard's semi-autobiographical masterpiece about apartheid era South Africa with comedy and tragedy in miniature
The Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is bringing the best in contemporary printmaking to London
Joaquin Phoenix stars in Todd Phillips' vision of Gotham as the Joker, in a merciless origin story that finds no humanity in its beauty
Choreographer Wayne McGregor directs the first of ENO's four operas on the Orpheus myth, spanning three centuries. Gluck's version stars Alice Coote, Sarah Tynan and Soraya Mafi
A man leaves his heart in San Francisco in Joe Talbot's emotional debut exploring the homes we leave behind
Historic Royal Palaces invites you to Kensington Palace for Bright Nights, a night to explore the complex and contested legacy of the British Empire.
Don your Dirndl or Lederhosen and get ready to raise a stein at Doktoberfest, a raucous celebration of Munich’s beer festival in London’s Docklands
Ai Weiwei's latest exhibition, Roots at Lisson Gallery, touches on environmental issues and the forced movement of people with subtly referenced pieces
David Mitchell plays William Shakespeare in a droll comedy by Blackadder writer Ben Elton. Upstart Crow began on screen and comes to the stage
Writer-director David Michôd brings his ambitious, if uneven, Shakespeare adaptation to Netflix with Timothée Chalamet as King Henry V alongside Robert Pattinson and Lily-Rose Depp
In Catherine the Great, Helen Mirren stars as the famous (and infamous) empress of Russia. Many try to push her off the throne, but she's not having any of it
Father Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall could be the most exciting immersive Christmas grotto yet
Devised as part of this year's Hyundai Commission, Kara Walker's 13-metre-high fountain explores the genesis of the African diaspora in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall
In the penultimate episode of this ITV true-crime series, Steve Fulcher (Martin Freeman) faces trial for gross misconduct and malfeasance
After a knockout tour across the globe, Queen and Adam Lambert announce their new UK tour featuring six nights at the O2
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter Chelsea Clinton come to London to discuss gutsy women and feminist resilience
In Succession, Kendall (Jeremy Strong) returns to fulfil his father's wishes, Shiv (Sarah Snook) gains a more pivotal role, and business patriarch Logan (Brian Cox) wants to buy his rivals
A world premiere from play writing royalty Tom Stoppard: Leopoldstadt follows the highs and lows of a Jewish family in the first half of the 20th century
Dance Umbrella, the festival that busts the boundaries of contemporary dance, has announced its line-up for the coming edition, DU19. Here are some highlights
The Old Royal Naval College has re-opened the Painted Hall, one of Europe's most beautiful eighteenth century interiors
Dodge the crowds and dive into one of the most refined music venues in the London
Ben Duke’s Juliet & Romeo, a startling and thought provoking take on the greatest ever love story, returns for a short run at Wilton's Music Hall
Tony-winner Ben Platt plays an ambitious student who will do anything to become high school president in Ryan Murphy's new scathing Netflix show
Kaitlyn Dever plays Marie Adler, a rape victim charged for wasting police time. Three years later, two detectives (Merritt Wever and Toni Collette) investigate a series of similar cases
In its brand-new work Staging Schiele, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance evokes the extraordinary work and tragically short life of the Austrian painter Egon Schiele
Marina Carr and Yaël Farber collaborate in an atmospheric but overwrought new version of Lorca’s Blood Wedding at the Young Vic
Toby Jones plays Uncle Vanya in Conor McPherson's fresh take on the Chekhov classic
For a Christmas celebration to take your breath away, don't forget to register for the Westminster Abbey service; without a doubt the best carol concert in London