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Tickets go on sale on Monday, 24 September for the enticing inaugural season of dance and opera at the new Linbury Theatre.
Dots, infinity nets, pumpkins and more: Yayoi Kusama returns to Victoria Miro London this November and stars in upcoming documentary
Simon Russell Beale stars in a new version of Shakespeare's Richard II, subversively re-imagined by director Joe Hill-Gibbins
David and Nic Sheff are the father and son living through addiction and heartbreak in the name of love in Beautiful Boy, Felix Van Groeningen's stunning and compassionate feature
The first major UK retrospective of the influential Bauhaus artist Anni Albers opens at Tate Modern in October
Indulge your sweet tooth: tour London's best bakeries and desserts and feast on the best deserts and cakes along the way
Inaugural exhibition at the new Science Gallery London poignantly explores the pressing issues around addiction and recovery
Unstoppable director Ivo van Hove directs Gillian Anderson and Lily James in a new stage version of 1950 film All About Eve
The museum replaces portraits of its male governors with paintings of the women who played a crucial role in its history
The superlative stage production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time returns to the West End - booking now open
It's her turn: queen of soul Tina Turner's life story is rolling into town with a new musical, Tina
Winner of the People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, Peter Farrelly's Green Book tells the incredible story of an unlikely friendship
The Weeping Window poppies installation returns to London. This time at the Imperial War Museum, in commemoration of the centenary of Armistice Day
Playwright Lucy Prebble brings subterfuge to The Old Vic with a new play about the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko
Not just for seasoned collectors: dip your toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Autumn 2018
Get your groove on to a series of show-stopping live bands at Camden's Jazz Café this autumn
designjunction, one of London Design Festival's most hotly anticipated events, is now in full swing. We tell you what to do, see, and eat
Explore the city's most exclusive doorways and secret spaces for one weekend only with Open House London 2018
The frailties of capitalism plays out as director Rachel Chavkin revives Arthur Miller's Great Depression drama The American Clock at The Old Vic
Stars at the Old Vic: Sally Field and Jenna Coleman lead a stellar cast in Arthur Miller's All My Sons
Eat Art and Eat Talk are new this year, alongside a pop-up exploring the sensory future of dining
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric new version of A Christmas Carol returns to the Old Vic for Christmas 2018
Everything you need to know about the trippy new Netflix series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill
The latest addition to the DCEU is nearly in cinemas and we're swimming with excitement. Here's what we know so far
This month, the writer behind Press and Doctor Foster is filming his new three-part drama The Man. Here's what we know
A Pulitzer-winning study of the racial divides and industrial malaise in the USA's poorest city transfers to the Donmar Warehouse
Aching memories, evocative ghosts, and post-war classism float around Lenny Abrahamson’s new period drama. Unfortunately, none of it leads anywhere
Based on the 1973 novel, Eli Roth adapts John Bellairs' story about magic in the bricks of a creaky old home
Be the life and Seoul of the party at this year's K-Music festival featuring contemporary, classical and traditional performances
Legendary director Peter Brook returns to the National Theatre with a strangely staid, under-powered new play
Live like a Bright Young Thing for the evening at this Roaring Twenties-themed party hosted by the Candlelight Club at a top-secret location
Finally there's a follow up to the 37-floor-high Sushisamba, Heron Tower. Expect more Japanese-Peruvian-Brazilian cuisine, this time in Covent Garden