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An immersive murder mystery invites you to investigate a crime in the spooky surroundings of a church and graveyard
The duo behind pizza mecca Franco Manca open a pasta restaurant, Strozzapreti, in Covent Garden
Clive Rowe makes his return as the Dame for Dick Whittington and His Cat at the Hackney Empire this festive season.
An exhibition of new paintings by Peter Doig is coming to Michael Werner Gallery in Mayfair this autumn
Southbank Centre is teaming up with Electric Pedals for four outdoor film screenings with a twist: power up the bikes along the river to watch Chicago, Moulin Rouge! and more
Following Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi brings his trademark wit to WWII as he plays Hitler in Jojo Rabbit
Australian circus sensation, Rouge, is hurtling into Underbelly Festival with a smorgasbord of visual and sonorous delights
Grayson Perry examines consumerism and identity in his latest exhibition at Victoria Miro
Seven Dials Market by KERB is bringing the best of London's street food scene to the West End
A Star Is Born, The Greatest Showman and more – enjoy the best immersive outdoor screenings with Backyard Cinema in Camden this summer
Jeremy Herrin's production of beloved back-stage farce Noises Off comes to the West End after delighting at the Lyric Hammersmith
Following the triumphant Can You Ever Forgive Me?, director Marielle Heller returns to tell the story of beloved children's entertainer Fred Rogers
Following the release of their newest album Father of The Bride, Vampire Weekend are celebrating with two dates in London this November
Four millennials looking for love and a place to live find themselves in a complicated web of desire and rivalry in this new site-specific play
A major solo exhibition by South African artist Mary Sibande is coming to Somerset House this autumn
Everything you need to know about the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair at Somerset House this autumn
Writer-director Lorene Scafaria turns to dark corners for her new movie starring Jennifer Lopez, Lili Reinhart, Keke Palmer, Lizzo and more
If garage rock is your thing, look no further – Pete Doherty's new era with the Libertines brings a new tour to London this Autumn
Philippa Perry, Louis Theroux and Nadiya Hussain are among the talents taking to the stage for the Southbank Centre’s Autumn Literature Season
An exhibition of new works by Mona Hatoum is coming to White Cube Gallery
Faith (Eve Myles) tries to resume her life as a local lawyer, 18 months after her secretive husband, Evan (Bradley Freegard), came back. But she's still paying for Evan's sins
This Autumn British Library will bring the vibrant world of Buddhist art to central London
The Linbury Theatre hosts an intriguing and diverse triple bill from Northern Ballet – The Kingdom of Back/Mamela/The Shape of Sound – this autumn
A new exhibition at Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum explores the ancient culinary history of Pompeii
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric new version of A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic for its third year
London Design Fair is a firm favourite of London Design Festival and brings international brands and stunning design pavilions to the East End
The Barbican Centre's immersive look into the world of cabarets and clubs opens this autumn
Disney in the West End Summer Pop-Up brings props and experiences from musicals like Aladdin, Mary Poppins, The Lion King and Frozen to fans of all ages.
The V&A's Cars exhibition will display 15 rare car models as it traces the automobile's dynamic 130-year history
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on the West End and beyond
Dance Umbrella 2019, or DU19 for short, kicks off at Sadler’s Wells with Gisèle Vienne’s CROWD, a work set in a young people’s rave
Buckingham Palace's Queen Victoria's Palace provides a regal look into the life of the epoch-making monarch and how she made the residence into a national landmark