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New music, Beethoven commemorations, and world-class soloists at the forefront of classical music converge at the Barbican
Sean Foley adapts and directs The Man in the White Suit starring Stephen Mangan
Game of Thrones season 8 is here, and we're hungry to see Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and Daenerys Targaryean (Emilia Clarke) fight back in the final war for Westeros
In Line of Duty, John Corbett (Stephen Graham) is under greater pressure and DS Arnott (Martin Compston) isn't making things easy for him
Discover Rembrandt's famous self-portrait alongside works by Francis Bacon, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lucian Freud, and Pablo Picasso
The lavish and spectacular return of Gounod's operatic take on a classic story in which a man sells his soul to the devil
Adrien Carre and Christina Mouratoglou, the husband and wife team behind Notting Hill’s gorgeous Greek bistro Mazi, open a new restaurant: Suzi Tros
As the BBC starts work on a major drama about her final years, we explore Marilyn Monroe's role as the tragic lead of a dark American fairytale
A novel slated as one of the most important works of the last decade is finally adapted to the stage, in a timely epic for the National Theatre 2019 season
Secret Adventures' Farmyard Cinema swaps plush red armchairs for haystacks, inviting audiences to cosy up in a barn to watch Unbranded
Playwright Inua Ellams swaps barber shop for basketball court with his latest play: The Half God of Rainfall
Discover Korea’s leading contemporary dance companies when A Festival of Korean Dance returns to The Place for a second year
Hear Actress-turned-activist Emma Watson speak to 2018 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Denis Mukwege at the Emmanuel Centre, London
Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed! The Musical from Beano Studios and Selladoor is bringing laughs to the stage in a UK tour with London dates in 2020.
Cirque du Soleil's LUZIA brings the energy of Mexico to London through acrobatics and awe-inspiring feats in a production at the Royal Albert Hal
Director of Paterson, Jim Jarmusch, is returning to Cannes with his new film The Dead Don't Die. Adam Driver and Bill Murray lead a star-studded cast
Writer Alice Birch and director Maria collaborate with Clean Break theatre company for a new play about women affected by the justice system
Smoke and Mirrors: the psychology of magic, at Wellcome Collection is an exhibition focusing on the link between magic and the mind
The V&A's revamped jewellery gallery showcases Queen Victoria’s coronet and Beyonce’s Papillon ring alongside precious antiquities
Head to one of London's historic squares to watch the summertime Shakespeare favourite, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Creepy fun awaits in this CG-animated film with an all-star cast including the voices of Charlize Theron and Oscar Isaac
Appropriate, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s incendiary exploration of race set in a former slave plantation, gets its UK premiere
Everything you need to know about this year's immersive screenings hosted by Rooftop Film Club. London films, food, cocktails and more
The official trailer for the live-action remake of The Lion King teases an astonishingly beautiful circle of life, starring Donald Glover and Beyoncé
In Wild Rose, Jessie Buckley plays Rose-Lynn, a young Glaswegian woman pursuing her dream of becoming a US country singer
The Royal Court’s production of Pah-La is a scorching dissection of Tibetan and Chinese conflict and examines the vicious consequences of non-violent protest.
Beatrix Potter fan? Then you can't miss Where is Peter Rabbit? at Theatre Royal Haymarket this April.
In Mid90s, Jonah Hill marks his directorial debut with a hard exploration of male adolescence. Stevie (Sunny Suljic) befriends a group of older skaters to escape his abusive home life
Half marathon meets music festival at RunFestRun, a new festival organised by Chris Evans and Vassos Alexander
The haunting prints of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch go on display at the British Museum in an exhibition that taps into our deepest anxieties
Nora Invites Deborah Hay – Where Home Is at Sadler's Wells' Lilian Baylis studio, is the latest offering from three dancers determined to take control of the creative process
Revamped Chelsea restaurant No. Fifty Cheyne is warm, welcoming and a little bit luxurious