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The Betterment, Jason Atherton’s new restaurant, opens on Grosvenor Square – a stone’s throw from the site of his old boss Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant Lucky Cat
Rafe Spall stars in a one-man show that explores class, race and identity in modern Britain
The dancer/choreographer who did more than anybody else to drag tap dance into modern times, Michelle Dorrance, brings Dorrance Dance back to Sadler’s Wells with Myelination and other works
Es Devlin has unveiled a large-scale map of human thought specially commissioned by Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery
The first UK retrospective of Brazilian artist Anna Maria Maiolino will bring a lifetime of personal and political reflections to Whitechapel Gallery
This September the House of Illustration will launch a fascinating exhibition of Cuban propaganda art
Ansel Elgort, Nicole Kidman, Sarah Paulson and Finn Wolfhard star in John Crowley's The Goldfinch: a disappointing adaptation of Donna Tartt's much-loved book
Lyndsey Turner directs a revival of Far Away featuring costumes designed by London College of Fashion students
It's back to the Albuquerque desert in Vince Gilligan's new Breaking Bad film, with Aaron Paul returning as Jesse Pinkman
Damien Hirst's first major London solo exhibition in seven years comes to White Cube Gallery, Mason's Yard
London gets a second chance to enjoy the ballet of Kazakhstan in as many months, when the Abay Kazakh State Ballet Theatre makes its UK debut at the Coliseum
Grayson Perry examines consumerism and identity in his latest exhibition at Victoria Miro
Sussex, the Gladwin brothers’ fourth restaurant, brings produce from the family’s farm in Nutbourne, West Sussex to the streets of Soho
London has its first opportunity to experience the work of one of France’s most acclaimed choreographers, Thomas Lebrun, when The Coronet Theatre stages his Another Look at Memory
David Lindsey-Abaire transforms Nick Hornby's High Fidelity novel into a musical for Battersea's Turbine Theatre
Episode four hits the courtroom as both Christopher Halliwell (Joe Absolom) and Det Supt Steve Fulcher (Martin Freeman) take the stand
Mark Leckey's immersive exhibition, O' Magic Power of Bleakness, comes to Tate Britain
After impressing in Bath, Richard Eyre's production of Blithe Spirit transfers to the West End, with Jennifer Saunders starring
Robert Icke's The Doctor, starring Juliet Stevenson, transfers to the West End after a stunning premiere at the Almeida
Everything you need to know about The Crown season 3, Netflix. Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter star as Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret
Isata Kanneh-Mason, Sir Bryn Terfel and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra headline in the three-week festival
Possibly the most exciting dance/film event this year,
Romeo and Juliet: Beyond Words is a new blood-and-guts film version of Kenneth MacMillan’s masterpiece ballet
In Hotel Mumbai, Dev Patel and Armie Hammer face off against terrorists in the Taj Palace Hotel. Based on the events of the 2008 Lashkar-e-Taiba attacks in India
With Criminal, Netflix travels across four countries to provide 12 stories of extraordinary crime: all set within the interrogation room. David Tennant stars
Awkwafina makes her first foray into drama with The Farewell, a moving story about family, loss and conflicting cultures
No expenses are being spared at the Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival 2019. Expect an ice rink, funfair, bonfire and Rob da Bank on the decks
Sell-out production Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns to the London Palladium for summer 2020
Chimerica playwright Lucy Kirkwood's new play is about a jury of 12 women in 1759 who must decide if another woman is hanged
Find festive cheer with a touch of elegance while ice skating at Somerset House this winter – not to mention London's first ever 24-hour staking event
Tony Kushner (Angels in America) updates Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s visionary revenge play, The Visit
Infinity London: this sky-high pool is the first 360-degree infinity pool in the world
Noah Baumbach (Frances Ha) returns with a tender film about the difficulties of divorce on an intimate scale, with the help of Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver and Laura Dern