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Stars at the Old Vic: Sally Field and Jenna Coleman lead a stellar cast in Arthur Miller's All My Sons
Traditional British fare is served at a chic setting with views of Centre Point at VIVI
Lover, nobleman, scoundrel, liar, cheat... They all roll into one in the character of Don Giovanni, but morality will win the day in a new production by Michael Boyd
The moonlit gardens of the country house opera will add special atmosphere to Britten's opera based on Henry James's ghost story
Northern Ballet dances the story of one of Britain’s most extraordinary monarchs in Victoria, a new narrative ballet by Cathy Marston
The iconic film director Stanley Kubrick is coming to the Design Museum in 2019 with a retrospective exhibition covering his work and relationship with London
On the eve of a royal wedding, a stranger tries to lighten the sombre mood of the princess bride, in Offenbach's tender opera, being given its first UK staging
Chantal Joffe's year-long diary of self-portraits will be held across two Victoria Miro galleries in London
Deborah Colker Dance Company whisks you off to Brazil in Dog Without Feathers, an intriguing dance work that brings a cultural poem to life
Headlong theatre company bring a radically different take on Shakespeare's Richard III to the newly-restored Alexandra Palace Theatre
The newly restored Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery opens with an inaugural exhibition by sculptor and installation artist Anish Kapoor
Musical Man of La Mancha, inspired by 'Don Quixote' and featuring the song 'The Impossible Dream', returns to the West End after 50 years
Shimmering portraits of a nation: the first major UK retrospective of Joaquín Sorolla’s work in 100 years comes to the National Gallery
Young lovers thwart the commercial ambitions of greedy parents when they attempt to put their daughter on the market, in Smetana's lively opera
Mozart's comic and heroic opera sparkles with the enchantment it promises in a welcome spring revival
It frightened London audiences to oblivion before and it will do it again. Ghost Stories returns to the Lyric Hammersmith this spring
Haggerston gets a VR playground in the form of Otherworld. Guests enter one of 16 different experiences, then discuss their adventure over a bowl of poké and a cocktail
Laura Buckley's walk-in kaleidoscope is impressive, but does not sit well with the rest of this exhibition at Saatchi Gallery
George A Romero's Night of the Living Dead is receiving its own officially authorised stage adaptation at the Pleasance Theatre in London. They're coming to get you!
The queen of hip hop, Kate Prince, draws on Sting’s back catalogue for her new show, Message in a Bottle, coming to the Peacock Theatre in early 2020
Harold Pinter's reversed romance reverberates with relevance in this immaculate revival starring Tom Hiddleston at his caustic best
Portmeirion's Festival No. 6 was our best worst kept secret about North Wales
Music, theatre, comedy, literature, dance and more, all in one fabulous festival: the Latitude 2019 line-up is here
See the special guest star cellist and hear Puccini and Verdi at their best, when the Spanish-born tenor reprises favourite arias on his international tour
The Crown Dual is a new comedy showing the hilarious consequences of when a queen misses out on her crown
Wilderness Festival returns with a unique blend of hippy, happy and dance-mad vibes, all in the setting of idyllic Oxfordshire summer
The Japanese drummers-extraordinaire of Yamato are back with Passion, a new show guaranteed to shake the very foundations of the Peacock Theatre
'Sometimes dead is better': cursed burial grounds bring untold horrors in a new film adaption of Stephen King's novel
In MotherFatherSon episode 2, Caden (Billy Howle) is recovering from brain trauma – causing Kathryn (Helen McCrory) to remember her failed marriage to Max (Richard Gere)
To celebrate London Craft Week, the country's best perfumers have created bespoke fragrances for an exhibition at Mayfair's Beaumont Hotel
The ultimate generation zen event: the UK's most easy-going festival returns with a spectacular line-up of world music
Laughter comes to The Old Vic: Andrew Scott stars in Noel Coward's autobiograhical farce about an actor's midlife crisis