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Mark Dion is internationally renowned for his scientific-eye and artistic categorisation of objects. A major exhibition of is now on display at the Whitechapel Gallery
A Festival of Korean Dance in its many guises comes to The Place, as part of the ongoing Korea/UK year of cultural exchange
Tony Kushner's Olivier-winning musical about Civil Rights era America will transfer to the West End after sellouts at Chichester and Hampstead Theatre
Sky and HBO announce the actors joining Jared Harris in their upcoming mini-series Chernobyl, based on the devastating nuclear accident of 1986
Shot using an iPhone and featuring an against-type Claire Foy, Unsane is an accomplished psychological thriller from the Ocean's Trilogy director that wobbles in its final act
The museum will replace portraits of its male governors with paintings of the women who played a crucial role in its history
Gold, bling, perfection, power: sociologist, photographer anddocumentary-maker Lauren Greenfield debunks the American Dream in her probing documentaryessay
Neon meets the neoclassical: Somerset House's annual Summer Series returns with an eclectic mix of headliners, including nerdy funk quartet Metronomy, breakthrough soulstress Jorja Smith and reggae regality David Rodigan
Ravinder Bhogul of Jikoni goes vegan for her pop up at Perception Bar in the W Hotel Soho.
New date and cast announced for BBC Agatha Christie adaptation this Easter
Emma Healey's best-selling novel Elizabeth is Missing comes to the BBC
British Designer and Channel 4 presenter Kevin McCloud and Grand Designs Live return to London
This new exhibition asks us to get acquainted with unknown contemporary artists: unfortunately we're left with little to go on
Fact, fiction, science and history combine in New Diorama theatre company's urgent play, which impressed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
A new exhibition at Paul Stolper Gallery, London, explores the use of light sculptures as a tool for text, image and bold, vibrant colour
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, the London dance theatre group Akademi presents The Troth, the story of one Indian soldier who fought alongside Britain
Award-winning actors Charlotte Rampling and Lambert Wilson perform Paris-inspired poetry by Hope Mirrlees and T.S. Eliot at the Institut Français
Theatre-maker Zoë Svendsen leads a multi-media exploration of people's power to lead change
From a wriggling caterpillar to a fluttering butterfly, Natural History Museum's Sensational Butterflies show is a favourite for families this summer
Control your dreams and delve into your psyche at a futuristic immersive experience that combines technology and theatre
Embark on a Rainforest Adventure thanks to the London Aquarium's new immersive experience
A powerhouse trio of Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Karling star in A Wrinkle in Time – Ava DuVernay's unbelievably sugary sci-fi fantasy
Take That's hit songs become a feelgood jukebox musical, which comes to London for a limited Christmas run
Get ready for Gravi-tea at Skylon – an astronomical new afternoon tea
Rumour has it unstoppable director Ivo van Hove will direct Gillian Anderson in a new stage version of 1950 film All About Eve
Forget the weather: escape to Corfu with the charming, sarcastic Durrell family – for now at least
Kika's Birthday gets the party started at the Little Angel Theatre this April
'Narcissistic, schizoid, suicidal alcoholic' Patrick Melrose comes to Sky Atlantic. Everything you need to know
Eminent historians and thinkers engage in discussion about the controversy surrounding statues of problematic historical figures.
Starring Rooney Mara as Jesus's right-hand woman, Mary Magdalene retells her story with moreish visuals from the director of Lion but with little sense of epic biblical drama
Sam Mendes directs an epic boom and bust story of the Lehman Brothers over three generations
Jerwood prize winning artist Shani Rhys James explores the process of ageing in new London exhibition