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The 'punk poet' is making an appearance in one of the largest live venues in London for performance art that only he could master
If you've seen Fight Club or (500) Days of Summer, you might recognise the loud-quiet rock of Pixies: In London this September
Greek mythology comes to the small screen as HBO adapts Madeline Miller's enchanting novel Circe into a TV show
Zog combines puppetry, storytelling, song and dance to bring Julia Donaldson's beloved picture book to the stage - and it's a perfect introduction to theatre for your 3-to-4-year-old
Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed! The Musical from Beano Studios and Selladoor is bringing laughs to the stage in a UK tour with London dates in March 2020.
Three immersive art installations come to London's Store X in a mind-bending new exhibition
Across the ocean, one of the world's biggest film festivals is setting the tone for the awards season to come. Major movies and hidden gems abound at TIFF 2019
Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat star as two thirty-something best friends in Animals, a hedonistic portrait of female love in Dublin
Adored kids' book Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear is now a wildly entertaining musical at the National's Dorfman Theatre this summer
On BBC 2 this Friday: present-day titans Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell play Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse, the Hollywood dancer and choreographer
The celebrated South African dancer and choreographer Gregory Maqoma brings his stunning Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Bolero to the Barbican as part of Dance Umbrella 2019
Lina Iris Viktor's sumptuous paintings are coming to Autograph for an immersive exhibition this September
Boy Blue REDD, coming to the Barbican this autumn, is a brand new show from the troupe that turned hip hop into a medium with mass appeal
Anno’s Journey: The World of Anno Mitsumasa brings the work of one of Japan's greatest children's illustrators and authors to London
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2020
New production of Benjamin Britten's opera about the infatuation with a young boy of a dying man
The talents behind Smokestak and Kitty Fishers open a sleek Mayfair Italian restaurant with a daily changing menu and convivial atmosphere
Astana Ballet, Kazakhstan’s newest ballet company, makes its UK debut at the Linbury Theatre in the Autumn with a varied programme that finds inspiration far and wide
This autumn the British Museums will launch an exhibition exploring the influence of the Islamic world on western art
Artist Helen Beard reclaims the female body in an exhibition at Unit London this September
Exended due to popular demand: this utterly heart-warming musical about those stranded in the aftermath of 9/11 will restore your faith in humanity
Bryn Terfel makes a role debut at Covent Garden in the comic opera by Donizetti
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig premieres a gripping story of a whistleblower during the Chinese Aids crisis at the Hampstead Theatre
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a revival of Peter Nichols' landmark bittersweet comedy about caring for a disabled child
This October the Photographers' Gallery will present Feast for the Eyes, a major exhibition delving into the history of food photography
Wow the kids with their favourite dinosaurs in this immersive puppetry show coming to the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre this summer
Jill Murphy's beloved The Worst Witch gets the West End treatment this summer and it's the ideal show for the 6-8 set.
James McAvoy plays Cyrano de Bergerac in a freely-adapted new version of the play, directed by Jamie Lloyd
Step into the magic of Christmas at Hogwarts: explore the Great Hall, Gryffindor Common Room, and Hogwarts model castle transformed for the festive season
Hold on to your hats – Julie Andrews discusses her new memoir at the Southbank Centre in an exclusive talk
A new children’s dance work by Northern Ballet, Little Red Riding Hood, has its London premiere at the Linbury theatre in the autumn
Maremma restaurant brings the Tuscan coast to Brixton. It also serves the best panzanella salad in London