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Matthew Bourne's very own take on the classic 1948 film The Red Shoes, returns to Sadler's Wells for Christmas, following its acclaimed debut there three years ago
Fresh from Texas film festival SXSW, feelgood comedy Booksmart has wowed audiences and has already been dubbed as the gleeful cross between Superbad and Lady Bird
Present-day titans Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell play Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse, the Hollywood dancer and choreographer
The long-awaited J.R.R. Tolkien life story is coming soon to cinemas. In the trailer for the Lord of the Rings author biopic, we see how the stories came to be
Stimulating discussion meets first class comedy and music at HowTheLightGetsIn Festival in Hereford's Hay-on-Wye
Academy Award-nominee and all round great showman Hugh Jackman brings a medly of musical theatre classics to London in his one-man show tour
Christian Marclay brings his latest video installations to White Cube, Mason's Yard, returning to feature films for his inspiration
There are so many reasons to watch Fleabag season 2 – and the second episode, with Fiona Shaw and Hugh Skinner in tow, proves why
Explore the gastronomic worlds of your favourite novels in this series of literature-themed immersive dining experiences
Painter and printmaker Sean Scully's abstract works come to the National Gallery for a free exhibition exploring the artist's admiration for JMW Turner
Captain Marvel, Brie Larson's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is the first female-led superhero film of the franchise
Masculinity is in the spotlight in this potent play, which transfers to The Roundhouse after impressing at the National Theatre
London gets a slice of the action as hit musical Waitress brings sweet story of pie-baking and self-discovery to the West End
Turner prize-winning artist Antony Gormley transports viewers to the moon in an immersive virtual reality installation
New works, a Beethoven commemoration, and a Lisztian tour de force at the piano head up the 10-month season
Photographer Richard Billingham revisits his childhood with a powerful stillness and love laced with dysfunction in his debut feature film Ray & Liz
Stylish interiors and complex flavours give South Indian cuisine a fine-dining edge at new Marylebone restaurant Ooty
Beatrix Potter's beloved characters are coming to life in Theatre Royal Haymarket's play, Where Is Peter Rabbit? Radishes at the ready...
Brazilian filmmaker Alejandro Landes uses the backdrop of the Colombian civil war to tell a dizzying story of teenage angst and global chaos in Monos
Family Sundays give kids an inside peek at what goes on behind the curtain at the Royal Opera House.
The Langham's children's afternoon tea with Daunt Books is a pleasure for kids and adults alike.
Lucy Carr-Ellison and Jemima Jones of Tart London, caterers to fashion's biggest stars, open a deli, cafe, restaurant and bar space in Belgravia
Somerset House celebrates Earth Day 2019 with a two-week programme of inspiring installations and events.
Julianne Moore plays an opera diva held hostage in Bel Canto, the film adaptation of Ann Patchett's 2001 bestseller
Back for its fifth year, the Barnes Children's Literature Festival features brilliant authors (hello, Lauren Child and Francesca Simon!), new performances and even baby-friendly and SEND-focused events
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a teacher with an alarming affection for her student in Sara Colangelo's remake of 2014 Israeli film The Kindergarten Teacher