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The Southbank Centre announces a Summer 2019 Literature Season packed with exciting events, talks, readings and masterclasses
Duncan Macmillan re-imagines Ibsen's political drama in a new production starring TV regulars Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell
Gershwin, Verdi and an opera for all the family, all at the Theatre in the Woods
Judi Dench stars in Red Joan, the film based on the life of Melita Norwood, the KGB's longest-serving British spy
Queen Victoria's cherished coronet will be the crowning jewel of the V&A's newly refurbished jewellery gallery
London gets a slice of the action as hit all-female musical brings sweet story of pie-baking and self-discovery to the West End
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins adapts James Baldwin novel If Beale Street Could Talk – a story of loyalty and lasting love
Amy Adams stars in adaptation of bestselling book The Woman in the Window. But following a revelatory profile in the New Yorker, Dan Mallory, the author, is in the limelight
The top-grossing lifestyle brand Goop, helmed by Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow, is getting its own Netflix series
Portraits, landscapes, travel assignments and photojournalism: a major Don McCullin exhibition strips away fake news culture
A young woman is trapped in a hopeless marriage, but her husband's departure opens up new possibilities .... A star team stages a new production of Janáček's opera
Orange is the New Black's Natasha Lyonne returns to Netflix in a totally different prison. In Russian Doll, she's forced to relive the same night over and over again
An immersive escape room from the creators of Sherlock puts you in the famous detective's shoes with convincingly cryptic clues
Cocktails in the City returns for spring 2019
Simon Amstell made a name for himself shepherding Never Mind the Buzzcocks. Now, he's releasing his second feature film Benjamin, about a young director releasing his second feature film
Patricia Clarkson stars in Out of Blue, Carol Morley's (The Falling) adaptation of Martin Amis' 'The Night Train'.
Two concerts celebrating the music of cutting-edge composer and conductor Sir George Benjamin
Get your youngsters into classical music with a fun-filled orchestral concert at the biggest music festival in the world
Easter means family time at Sadler’s Wells, as the theatre opens its doors to performances and immersive entertainment for children and adults alike in its renowned Family Weekend
The Royal Ballet marks the centenary of Margot Fonteyn’s birth with a special programme that commemorates one of the defining figures of British Ballet
Matthew Bourne's legendary Swan Lake comes to a screen near you, following a triumphant sell-out run at Sadler's
The great Cuban ballet dancer Carlos Acosta undergoes the biopic treatment in Yuli, which has been doing the film festival rounds and will be released in the UK in April
Cutting edge dance from Poland comes to the Laban Theatre with Polish Dance Theatre’s Forefather’s Eve_copy.Doc
A gem on London's Bankside combining a lively, tantalising menu, a great chef and retro design
The Design Museum explores the stories that monuments tell through the work of award-winning architect David Adjaye
We tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming Tate Modern Olafur Eliasson exhibition
The UK's fastest-growing arts extravaganza returns with underground parties, comedy and theatre at The Vaults Festival 2019
In a new West End musical, the six wives of Henry VIII are queens of pop reclaiming their narrative
The much-anticipated House of Dior V&A exhibition is a breath-taking celebration of haute couture and a welcome escape from reality
Ukrainian folk opera Counting Sheep is essential viewing at Vault Festival 2019
Royal Academy London explores the pivotal role of the Renaissance nude in a major new exhibition
The RSC is making David Walliams' The Boy in the Dress, into a musical this Christmas. Even better? Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers are writing the songs