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Beyond Degas's dancers lies a remarkable breadth of work that reveals his restless innovation: Degas: A Passion for Perfection pays tribute to the Impressionist Master a century after his death
Stock up your cupboards – the Tiger Who Came to Tea will sing and dance his way onto the Artsdepot stage this December
It’s the most magical season of all: Richard Briggs’ the Snowman returns to the Peacock Theatre for the 20th consecutive year
We challenge you to find a more celebrity-packed panto than this offering at the London Palladium, set to kick off the festive season with a bang
TV favourites Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig star in a new play by James Graham charting the Labour Party from Kinnock to Corbyn
Record-breakingly successful Broadway musical Hamilton's London run is delayed due to building works
It was sold as something that would be half Twin Peaks and half Breaking Bad – but Sky Atlantic's Tin Star is a disappointment
Hear from the one who should have won: Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton asks 'What Happened?' in her only UK public appearance
This superlative revival of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece has substance, form and a formidably talented team
Strap on your skates and get ready to glide in style at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink this winter
Treat the family to a technicolour skate surrounded by the twinkling lights of Canary Wharf
La Soirée, an explosion of acrobatics, cabaret, comedy, burlesque and more, is set to make a return this Christmas - but this time it will be even bigger and bolder
In celebration of the Royal Academy's 250th anniversary, Charles I: King and Collector will reunite the greatest British collection of art ever amassed for the first time since 1649
The soul singer returns to the Southbank for a solo performance, backed by a live orchestra.
The award-winning five-piece folk band are joined by the chamber orchestra, Army of Generals, in this exciting musical experiment at the Southbank Centre
Southam Street restaurant is the speedy, three-storey follow-up to critically swooned over 108 Garage
Portuguese food seen through a London lens: top pop-up chef Leandro Carreira goes permanent
Eric Chavot, a man among the most revered contemporary French chefs, is to open the hotly anticipated Bob Bob Cité at the 'Cheesegrater' January 2018.
Cocktail supremacist Mr Lyan (aka Ryan Chetiywardana) and Brighton Silo chef Doug McMaster arrive in Shoreditch to push the boundaries of food, design and sustainability
Chef and restaurateur Stevie Parle goes pasta perfect in Carnaby this October
Two South African jazz legends unite as Abdullah Ibrahim joins Hugh Masekela at the Southbank festival.
One of the biggest names in jazz right now, Glasper comes to the Barbican to play a special show for the London Jazz Festival's 25th anniversary
The acclaimed jazz musician Paolo Conte returns to London for a single performance this November
Don't miss the chance to see Derren Brown: Underground at the Playhouse Theatre
Children's authors Judith Kerr and Michael Morpurgo will be seen in conversation at the Jewish Museum this winter 2017
Tickets are now on sale for the most prestigious flower show in the world
An explosive reimagining of the Greek myth of Medea comes to the Place with Medea (Written in Rage), a unique hybrid of theatre, dance, live music and more
Creative excellence comes to London as shortlisted artists are announced for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portraiture Prize 2017
Immersive theatre masters Punchdrunk return with an epic six-hour adventure across London – for just two people at a time
David Mamet's multi-award-winning 'deal chasing' comedy returns to London with Christian Slater as a ruthless salesman