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New Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah starts tenure with the Shakespeare musical that dazzled in NYC
Improv, comedy, sketch show and verbatim theatre combine in Improbable Theatre's exploration of living with disability
Michael Fentiman's revival of Wilde's ‘trivial comedy for serious people’ plays it remarkably safe, and lacks any memorable flair
From the creators of Parks and Recreation and Master of None: a new comedy starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen
Twenty artists take over the newly refurbished Hayward Gallery this autumn to challenge how we relate to space, objects and each other
Jenna Coleman to star as the mother of an abducted child in new BBC psychological thriller The Cry
The voyages of Charles Darwin come to life in a new theatre at the Natural History Museum
How to visit Buckingham Palace in style this summer
With Frieze Sculpture 2018 now on show, the art world eagerly awaits the arrival of Frieze London & Frieze Masters
Check out a very different kind of nightlife at Life in the Dark, the Natural History Museum's new exhibition
Japan House London, opening this summer, is a regal celebration of all things Japanese
Poldark's Heida Reed stars in hit play Foxfinder
Scully's brings exhilarating creativity to St James's Market, one of London's most exciting new dining destinations
Mark Rylance returns to the Globe to play the villainous Iago in Othello
Choreography, live music and theatre unite in Dystopian Dream, an exciting new collaboration from dance duo Wang Ramirez and composer Nitin Sawhney
Get ready for a major Cindy Sherman National Portrait Gallery retrospective, opening next June
Reader, they're singing: new musical about the Brontë siblings sheds light on the wild lives of the literary giants
The third Clove Club restaurant brings modern American cuisine to East London.
East End cool comes to Mayfair with Bar Termini maestro Tony Conigliaro and Rob Roy Cameron from Albert Adria's trailblazing 41 Degrees and Hoja Santa in Barcelona
Jasmin Vardimon Company celebrates its 20th anniversary with the London premiere of a brand new dance theatre production: Medusa
Enjoy the happiest of ballets when Birmingham Royal Ballet brings Sir Frederick Ashton’s comic masterpiece, La Fille Mal Gardée, to Sadler’s Wells
Ground-breaking Royal Academy exhibition showcases drawings by Italian Renaissance master Michelangelo alongside video art by Bill Viola
If you only see one Shakespeare, make it this: the almighty Ian McKellen plays King Lear in Jonathan Munby's triumphant production
Upcoming British Museum exhibition to shed light on the world’s first empire and the great, unknown king who ruled it
The Place offers another welcome opportunity to see The Troth – the moving tale of an Indian soldier who fought alongside Britain in World War I
Avant-garde playwright Eugène Ionesco's Exit the King is staged with flair, verve and a patchwork of references
Alice Oswald's striking version of The Iliad comes to the Barbican Theatre stage
Philosophy and music collide as HowTheLightGetsIn festival brings stimulating discussion and world-class performance to Hampstead
Birmingham Royal Ballet performs two ballets fuelled by power and politics in new double bill Fire and Fury
All aboard the glittering, glamorous Murdér Express for an evening of food and festivity
Tate Modern kicks off its 2019 exhibition programme with the first major Pierre Bonnard exhibition in twenty years
A rare chance to see award-winning jazz singer Stacey Kent live in London