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A new exhibition explores the sartorial, aesthetic and social significance of the kimono from the 1660s to the present day
Alex Jennings plays a raffish vicar in this dark new comedy about family, faith and and community
Simon Stone directs a radical re-telling of the Phaedra myth, with Kristin Scott Thomas making her NT debut as a British politician
Helen Mirren and Mark Strong star in Robert Icke's modern re-telling of Oedipus, on the London stage in 2020
Dominic Cooke revives classic Welsh play The Corn is Green, which tells the story of an inspirational school teacher
An intimate exhibition of Hockney’s drawings at the National Portrait Gallery explores the loves of his life, from Picasso to his beloved mother
Most promising playwright nominee Al Smith returns to the Royal Court with a dark comedy exploring radical ideas and cultural differences
Friends, colleagues and inveterate music-makers, the great German tenor and Covent Garden conductor give a recital of favourite pieces
Anne-Marie Duff stars in the world premiere of a working-class family epic at the Almeida Theatre
It's no longer an unsubstantiated rumour: a Friends reunion special is coming to HBO's new streaming service, HBO Max. Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, et al, are returning
Music, theatre, comedy, literature, dance and more, all in one fabulous festival: the Latitude 2020 line-up is here
Kate Tempest re-imagines Greek mythology in a new play about stranded war hero Philoctetes at the National Theatre
Wilderness Festival returns with a unique blend of hippy, happy and dance-mad vibes, all in the idyllic setting of an Oxfordshire summer
With Carol and the Hulk behind them, Todd Haynes and Mark Ruffalo team up to tell the true story of a major pollution scandal with a chemical company
Céline Sciamma's period romance premiered in competition in Cannes – its exquisite beauty impressing audiences without fail
Dragons and Mythical Beasts is an interactive children's show that brings the most amazing creatures to life for the kids thanks to spectacular puppetry
Cirque du Soleil's Corteo is.a celestial celebration of life, as performers float on chandeliers and trampoline across beds. Bring the kids.
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on in the West End and beyond
Ampéli revives Charlotte Street's long history of Greek-Cypriot cooking. Delicious and different, it's so good it makes you want to start dancing on the tables
Extended run: smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen brings a heartfelt story of teenage isolation and a soaring songbook to London
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Killing Eve writer Emerald Fennell reinvent the fairytale format with a new Cinderella musical
Dodie Smith's beloved story of 101 Dalmatians kidnapped by Cruella de Vil comes to life as a new musical at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Andrea Levy's epic tale of love, hope and sacrifice between Britain and Jamaica in the 40s returns after sold out premiere in 2019
Rising stars Josh O'Connor and Jessie Buckley play Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers in a modern take on Romeo and Juliet
Aaron Sorkin's smash-hit stage adaptation of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird comes to the West End
An exhibition of works by angst-ridden Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert opens at the Royal Academy
Move over, Evan Hansen… Cult Broadway musical Be More Chill brings teen anxiety and catchy songs to London
American artist Kehinde Wiley brings his powerful portraiture to the William Morris Gallery
It’s all about connecting with others through gardening at the 30th anniversary of the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival
Mischief Theatre Company's farcical tale of theatrical disaster continues to delight on the West End
This unflinching exhibition explores vulnerability, strength, race and gender, from private images of Taliban fighters to the bull fighters of Spain
Irish playwright Sebastian Barry explores regret and forgiveness in a new play that was hailed 'ravishing' and 'radiant' in New York