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Carlos Acosta’s vibrant production of the full-length ballet Don Quixote, created for The Royal Ballet in 2013, returns to the Royal Opera House stage
Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes is back with Sunset, a mysterious tale of a woman in a Budapest hat shop during the lead up to World War I
Natalie Portman dazzles as an abrasive chameleonic popstar in Vox Lux, Brady Corbet's film of stardom and sorrow
A thrilling and terrifying card game has deadly consequences in Tchaikovsky's great opera
This week at London Film Festival, David and Nic Sheff are the father and son living through addiction and heartbreak in Beautiful Boy, Felix Van Groeningen's stunning feature
In one of London's most unusual attractions, you can create your own world: DNA VR is an out-of-this-world virtual reality experience
Youthful casting helps make perfect sense of an opera where nothing is as it seems
Can't pick a panto this Christmas? Comedy trio Sleeping Trees mash up all the classics in this innovative family adventure at Theatre 503
Visit Jimmy Garcia's pop up restaurant: London 2018 gets a cosy Alpine lodge this winter
From ice rinks to santa's grottos: find the Christmas spirit in Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland
It’s as if Christmas came early! Poet John Masefield’s much-loved tale The Box of Delights becomes a festive holiday show at Wilton’s Music Hall this winter
This brilliant autumn exhibition at the V&A celebrates the ever-expanding creativity, diversity and popular appeal of video games
Hayley Atwell and Jack Lowden alternate roles in a gender swapping production of Measure for Measure
Sam Mendes's generation-spanning finance epic transfers to the West End after an impressive opening at the National Theatre
Immersive and entertaining – Doctor Who continues to deliver on thrills, one liners, and strange worlds
Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron returns home with his new film Roma, a stunning and emotional story of his hometown
The Fashion and Textile Museum takes visitors on a journey through the 30s, from elegant evening gowns to suburban domesticity
Leïla Slimani, Marlon James and Max Porter lead the star writers appearing in the Southbank Centre Literature Festival 2019
Pulitzer-winner Bruce Norris returns with a provocative play about convicted pedophiles. Downstate comes the National Theatre after making a stir in the US
The relationship between art and intimacy is lovingly explored in the major autumn Barbican exhibition, Modern Couples
In Colette, Keira Knightley goes against the norms of 19th century society – sleeping with men, women, and writing the most popular French novels of the time.
Ben Wheatley's excellent new comedy Happy New Year, Colin Burstead is a dizzy exploration of family and its many burdens
Nicholas Hytner directs the stage adaptation of this gripping thriller about the London literartti
Live music and theatre collide in a vibrant show about being a millennial, which comes to Bush Theatre after impressing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
In his first London production since Yerma, Simon Stone reworks the Greek tragedy Medea in a boldly modern production at the Barbican
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman's satirical WWI play returns to London's Arts Theatre
Akram Khan’s Until the Lions, an acclaimed in-the-round reworking of an ancient Sanskrit epic, returns to the Roundhouse featuring Khan in his original role for the last time
Shakespeare's 'star-cross’d lovers' get a serious makeover in Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet coming to a theatre near you in 2019
The Royal Ballet: Les Patineurs Triple Bill is a seasonal spectacular featuring gems from Ashton, MacMillan and Robbins
The new Anni Albers exhibition, Tate Modern, shines a deserved light on this influential but oft overlooked Bauhaus artist
In Bad Times at the El Royale, Drew Goddard crafts a pulpy world of sin and suspense, with a whole host of exciting names to boot
Simon Russell Beale stars in a new version of Shakespeare's Richard II, subversively re-imagined by director Joe Hill-Gibbins