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Don't miss out on Open Farm Sunday 2018
The first Da Vinci art exhibition in 65 years comes to London next year
Treat yourself to a sumptuous afternoon tea with a global twist and a glass of champagne
Doctor Foster star Suranne Jones plays a grieving mother opposite Jason Watkins as a murderer in a revival of the thrilling 1998 play
Visual taxonomies, a deeply affecting filmic study, and an exploration of governmental control: the 2018 Deutsche Börse nominees come to the Photographers' Gallery
Eleven years since its jubilant premiere, War Horse returns to the National Theatre
Cuban artist Tania Bruguera to take on 2018 Hyundai Commission, Tate Modern
Barney Norris, hailed as one of our most promising playwrights, returns with a new play about family life and loss, set in the countryside near Winchester
If you like festivals that offer plenty of zing with a side of zen then head to the wonderland of the Wilderness Festival this summer
Featuring a never-better Margot Robbie and a Bafta award winning performance from Allison Janney, I, Tonya tells the real-life story of figure skater Tonya Harding and her rocky career
A comic tragedy: the musical theatre adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel Fun Home comes the Young Vic after superlative reviews in New York
Words, music and movement combine in a new play that rages against what it is to be a woman
Real-life father and son Edward and Freddie Fox star in Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband at the Vaudeville Theatre
Robert Alan Evans returns to the Royal Court mysterious tale about a cabin deep in the woods
Grime star Deborah 'Debris' Stevenson challenges theatrical form in an autobiographical new work
Writer David Hare has kicked the conservative hornets' nest. Ignore the outrage: BBC Collateral episode two is excellent storytelling
A major new play by the ever bold debbie tucker green scrutinises the devastating effects of systemic racism
Rory Mullarkey returns to the Royal Court to ask how bad the word really is, and how much we actually care
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman's satirical WWI play returns to London's Arts Theatre
As the third instalment of the Robert Galbraith detective novels comes to the BBC, we look back at all the reasons Robin and Strike should be together
Gentle humour with a British sensibility: season two of Mum on BBC Two is something to celebrate
Tickets go on sale for the Royal Academy's 250th anniversary Summer Exhibition, curated by Grayson Perry
Up-and-coming playwright Cordelia Lynn returns to the Royal Court with a new play about liberal fear
Writer and director Anthony Neilson takes us into a stale, sexless long term relationship in the Royal Court's Jerwood Theatre Upstairs
Tate Britain's upcoming Van Gogh exhibition spotlights the painter's 'obscure years' in London
Book now for a new play by Mark Ravenhill: The Cane explores the consequences of control on the Royal Court Stage