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Welcome return of Verdi's tragedy based on Shakespeare, with Gregory Kunde in the title role and Ermonela Jaho as Desdemona
The Royal Ballet’s sumptuous new production of the timeless classic Swan Lake, returns to the Royal Opera House for the first time since its acclaimed debut two years ago
In Bad Education, Hugh Jackman plays Frank Tassone, a real superintendent who caused outrage when he embezzled money from his school and kept it for himself
After dazzling in 1996, Robert Lepage's seven-hour, multi-lingual epic exploring the effects of the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima is back
In the final episode of A Confession, former Det Supt Steve Fulcher (Martin Freeman) returns to testify against Christopher Halliwell (Joe Absolom) again
It's a helter-skelter ride in music for Lewis Carroll's Alice with Gerald Barry's breakneck opera based on adventures down the rabbit hole
ZSL London Zoo is the place to be this Christmas, with Santa's grotto, film screenings and more.
A powerful drama centred on the clash between love and duty in 19th-century Russia, The Royal Ballet’s Onegin makes a welcome return to the Royal Opera House
The Barbican Centre's immersive look into the world of cabarets and clubs invites you to become a child of the night
Dulwich Picture Gallery is to present 35 of Rembrandt's paintings in an exhibition exploring his inimitable rendering of light
Gen Z darling Billie Eilish announces 2020 world tour, finishing with two exclusive gigs at the O2
Variant 31, an immersive survival experience brings a high-adrenaline horror show to London
The hit Netflix sci-fi horror series Stranger Things is coming back for another season. And the recent announcement trailer goes beyond Hawkins, Indiana...
In this new biopic of American actor Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart), director Benedict Andrews examines her tumultuous involvement with an invasive FBI operation
A polychromatic retrospective of the inimitable Dame Zandra Rhodes has arrived at the Fashion & Textile Museum
In Rupert Goold's biopic, Renée Zellweger captures the last months of Hollywood starlet Judy Garland, in all her troubles and triumphs, celebrating her love, talent and voice
Eminent South African artist Mary Sibande has her first solo show at Somerset House
From an ice rink to santa's grotto: find the Christmas spirit in Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland
Armando Iannucci (The Death of Stalin) kicks off the 63rd BFI London Film Festival with a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield
Ballet doesn’t come much more thrilling than English National Ballet’s Le Corsaire, which arrives at the Coliseum just in time to brighten up the darkest of London winters
Director Roy Alexander Weise revives Athol Fugard's semi-autobiographical masterpiece about apartheid era South Africa with comedy and tragedy in miniature
Joaquin Phoenix stars in Todd Phillips' vision of Gotham as the Joker, in a merciless origin story that finds no humanity in its beauty
David Mitchell plays William Shakespeare in a droll comedy by Blackadder writer Ben Elton. Upstart Crow began on screen and comes to the stage
In Catherine the Great, Helen Mirren stars as the famous (and infamous) empress of Russia. Many try to push her off the throne, but she's not having any of it
Father Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall could be the most exciting immersive Christmas grotto yet
Devised as part of this year's Hyundai Commission, Kara Walker's 13-metre-high fountain explores the genesis of the African diaspora in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall