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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
Underbelly Festival Southbank is back – featuring comedy, circus and much more
Record-Breaking Magic Sensations: The Ehrlich Brothers at The SSE Arena, Wembley, Saturday 6 April
The first trailer for Disney's follow-up has arrived featuring new characters, tons more animation wizardry, a strange new autumnal world, plus a much darker tone
Prada turns to pastries, opening a London branch of its Milan bakery: Marchesi 1824
A new seafood restaurant from Bonnie Gull co-founder Alex Hunter, The Sea,The Sea, is opening in Chelsea
This exhibition of iconic images from the height of David Bailey's career is a veritable who's who of 60's cool, from Michael Caine to London's most notorious gangster family.
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's Good Omens is set to stream on Amazon Prime and stars David Tennant, Michael Sheen, and now Benedict Cumberbatch
An all-female creative team bring arctic tale of growing up and exploring the unknown to Trafalgar Studios
The frailties of capitalism play out as director Rachel Chavkin revives Arthur Miller's Great Depression drama The American Clock at The Old Vic
It's been confirmed that Vince Gilligan's new Breaking Bad film is a two-hour Netflix sequel, with Aaron Paul returning as Jesse Pinkman
This free festival showcases the best of London's West End. Live singing and dancing from smash hit shows take over Trafalgar Square
Tongue-in-cheek interpretation of Handel's heroic opera stars counter-tenor Tim Mead and Elizabeth DeShong
12 Years A Slave actor Chiwetel Ejiofor marks his directorial debut with The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, an inspirational but hardly invigorating look at Malawian history
A new retrospective of the early years of American photographer Diane Arbus comes to the Hayward Gallery, London
British abstract painter Frank Bowling is given his first major retrospective at Tate Britain in May – an exhibition that will include his iconic poured paintings
February sees the first major UK exhibition of Norwegian painter Harald Sohlberg at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
Mozart's magical opera of love, adventure and revenge, gets an exciting new look and first-class musical treatment
How much do you give up for love? So much that you are no longer the beloved person? That is the dilemma for the water nymph in Dvorák's traditional tale
David Suchet and Brendan Coyle shine in Arthur Miller’s The Price, as Wyndham’s Theatre make the best of a piece that lacks a punch
Marie Colvin was a war correspondent who tragically lost her life in Syria. Rosamund Pike helps bring her story to the big screen with a Golden Globe-nominated performance
Arthur Miller's classic study of persecution and panic is re-imagined with John Proctor played by a woman in Yard Theatre's first show by a non-living writer