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Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
Verdi's unflinching opera shows a society intolerant of other lands and other religions
The cool Britannia of the 90s roars with life in this story about a Wandsworth comprehensive school
Dutch artist Isabelle van Zeijl puts a modern twist on an centuries old art form
Okwui Okpokwasili's one-woman show is a lucid dreamscape of dance, theatre and performance art
Luxury art and design fair PAD London returns to Berkeley Square in October
Julianne Moore plays Gloria Bell, a free-spirited, dancefloor-roving 50-something who's ready to fall in love
The Miley Cyrus Black Mirror episode imagines a not-too-distant reality in which pop music substitutes human connection, with middling results
Celebrate 50 years of Black creativity in Britain at the major new Somerset House exhibition Get Up! Stand Up!
Anthony Mackie's Black Mirror episode follows the path established by San Junipero and Be Right Back to suggest a dream more than a nightmare
Brad Pitt's new sci-fi film sees the actor play a lonely engineer searching for his dad, Tommy Lee Jones, in space - while also saving in the process
The first European retrospective of Harlem born artist and activist Faith Ringgold opens at the Serpentine Gallery and puts America's turbulent history under the spotlight
Playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany return to the Royal Court with a new play capturing the comedy and tension of a family reunion
Van Morrison, Imelda May and Courtney Pine lead a starry gala concert celebrating 60 years of jazz at Ronnie Scott's
In Andrea Berloff's upcoming heist film The Kitchen, Melissa McCarty, Elisabeth Moss and Tiffany Haddish are crime bosses who move beyond the rules set by men
In Late Night, Emma Thompson plays a talk show host in need of change. Mindy Kaling writes the searing comedy that impressed Sundance
Tate Modern presents Natalia Goncharova's first UK retrospective, in an exhibition full of colour
Free open-air concert by the London Symphony Orchestra with music written for or inspired by dancing
In the Chernobyl finale, Legasov (Jared Harris) stands up in court to give evidence of the meltdown. He must decide between telling the truth or continuing the lie
With Peter Gynt, David Hare returns for the National Theatre 2019 season, tweaking a classic Ibsen tale for the modern day
Director Lyndsey Turner revives Caryl Churchill's masterful 1982 play Top Girls at the National Theatre
Shakespeare's 'star-cross’d lovers' get a serious makeover in Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet coming to a theatre near you in 2019
A new documentary chronicles the life of sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, from her childhood surviving the Holocaust to her rise as a pop culture icon
Chris Pratt and Tom Holland star in Pixar's upcoming new adventure Onward, as two teenage elf brothers go hunting for magic
Playwright Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti unpicks the social hierarchy in new play following seven people trying to make a difference
This year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy marries imagination with the issues of the day in a spectacle of colour and invention
Up-and-coming playwright Miriam Battye explore female friendship with 22 scenes revolving around two teenagers
Normal People, Sally Rooney's second novel, is being adapted for a BBC Three series directed by Lenny Abarahamson
Experience some cerebral theatre with Little Bulb's production The Future, a music-filled show that explores the future of Artificial Intelligence
An enchanting production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes to The Bridge Theatre for the festive season
Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s The Snail and the Whale is coming to the West End for Christmas
National Theatre's Peter Pan, by JM Barrie, will be delighting audiences of all ages at Troubadour White City this July