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Brecht/Weill’s morality play-cum-cabaret Seven Deadly Sins, as interpreted by the choreographer Kenneth MacMillan, comes to Wilton’s Music Hall starring two contrasting performers
New music, Beethoven commemorations, and world-class soloists at the forefront of classical music converge at the Barbican
International theatre's most in-demand auteur is directing the legendary Comédie-Française company in his adaptation of Luchino Visconti's 1969 film
Liza Pulman's five-star singing tribute to Barbra Streisand's 50-year career heads to the West End
Don't miss the inimitable Maggie Smith on stage for the first time in 12 years, playing Joseph Goebbels' secretary
Based on a true story and starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, Green Book has officially won Best Picture at the 2019 Oscars
Open House Families is back for a second year with a free London festival which introduces kids to architecture at sites around the capital.
First Sundance, then the Berlinale: Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir is the first major film of the 2019 festival circuit to look out for
Following a thrilling 2018 run, fun-fuelled fusion of ballet and street dance Beats on Pointe returns to wow London dance audiences at The Peacock Theatre
Director Blanche McIntyre gives Molière's classic comedy Tartuffe a boisterous update at the National Theatre
Forget the sandpit: take your kids to Soundpit at the Royal Festival Hall – it won't disappoint
The Strokes, The Chemical Brothers, Christine and the Queens, Mumford and sons and Bon Iver headline All Points East 2019
Maxine Peake makes her Barbican debut in a timely drama based on Julia Leigh's IVF memoir Avalanche: A Love Story
Stephen Adly Guirgis's taut, dark comedy set in murderers' row is revived at the Young Vic
Chekhov's Three Sisters is updated and relocated to 2019 London in a new interpretation starring Patsy Ferran
Nicholas Hytner's immersive Midsummer Night's Dream invites you into an enchanted forest on the Bridge Theatre stage
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back is making its UK debut with orchestral accompaniment at the Royal Albert Hall in September 2019.
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki's Oscar-nominated film shows the world the arduous realities of poverty and human trafficking
Celebrating our ever-moving caffeine scene, London Coffee Festival includes everything from Latte Art to espresso martinis
Phyllida Barlow's towering creations land at the Royal Academy in London
The writer-director and star of The Great Beauty are back together for an extravagant study of the Italian political mogul Silvio Berlusconi
Playwright Anne Washburn brings a sinister and sensational Donald Trump comedy to the Almeida Theatre
Franz West is set to be Tate Modern's spring blockbuster, as this beautifully realised retrospective celebrates the artist's colourful work
Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer star in the stirring true story of Supreme Court Associate Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The restaurateurs that have Parisians queuing round the block bring their winning formula to London. Gloria brings some continental cool to Shoreditch
Set in a boarding school, Old Boys follows Amberson (Alex Lawther) who reluctantly helps the handsome Winchester (Jonah Hauer-King) to win a French girl's (Pauline Etienne) affection
Is this the ultimate de-stress secret? Jewel-like chamber music and stimulating new sounds played by candlelight amid uplifting architecture...
A novel slated as one of the most important works of the last decade is finally adapted to the stage, in a timely epic for the National Theatre 2019 season
A new immersive experience has arrived from Bompas and Parr: Lost Lagoon takes brave voyagers underground for rum punch and boat-based adventures
Peter Strickland's 2012 horror film Berberian Sound Studio is adapted for the Donmar Warehouse stage starring The Bodyguard actor Tom Brooke
A crowd-pleaser, if ever there was one, The Royal Ballet’s sunny, funny production of Don Quixote is wowing audiences at the Royal Opera House
Europe’s director of the moment Ivo van Hove translates a Hollywood classic for the stage with sly, stylish production and two truly starry leading ladies