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With a phenomenal breadth of art, spanning millennia and media, LAPADA fair 2018 caters to collecting tastes, old and new
Tom Dixon flagship is the first store to open in King's Cross's new yuppie playground
Robert Alan Evans returns to the Royal Court mysterious tale about a cabin deep in the woods
There is no better way to beat the post-summer blues than an outing to the Peacock Theatre to see the gloriously silly award wining comedy ballet troupe, the Trocks
A 21st-century take on Verdi's masterpiece shines the spotlight on the powerful and the powerless
Opera for all the family, based on the fairytale by the Brothers Grimm, with a pop-up picturebook set
Welcome return to Covent Garden of a moving Verdi grand opera staged in the grandest style
The most popular of Wagner's four Ring cycle operas is staged at Covent Garden, and screened across the capital
Barrie Kosky is one of the most exciting directors working in opera, and Carmen one of the best works in the repertoire. Theirs is a marriage made in heaven...
Handel and Purcell weave tales of love and duty into ethereal works staged in style by the country's premier touring company
The Royal Academy celebrates the life and work of one of the greatest living architects working today. But why isn't he given the space to soar?
Vegetables have never had it so good. Ottolenghi's new Fitzrovia restaurant makes sweetcorn and celeriac scrummy instagram hits
Vinay Patel's love story spans seven decades and three continents in An Adventure at Bush Theatre
Elegant interiors, contemporary classics and an affordable tasting menu make Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea a fail-safe spot for curry
Matcha and Beyond serves all things matcha: from teas to energy balls
From Now You See Me 2 director Jon M. Chu, Crazy Rich Asians is a rom-com fantasy that tackles class, family, and lavish lifestyles
Danny Boyle's adaptation of the infamous J. Paul Getty story looks set to thrill on BBC Two
Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer star in a bewitching new drama on Sky One this September: A Discovery of Witches
Christian Marclay premiered his intensely visual work The Clock in 2010, and it's since been touring galleries around the world. Now it's coming back to London.
Fortnum's X Frank makes a triumphant return this autumn with a showcase of 70 large-scale monochromatic works by British landscape artist John Virtue
France’s oldest tea house, Mariage Frères, opens its first UK tea emporium
A mysterious car crash, a cryptic voicemail and a whole lot of nonsense: Strangers on ITV
Bradley Cooper directs and stars alongside Lady Gaga for the fourth iteration of this story – but everything about A Star Is Born feels alive and essential
Lest We Forget, English National Ballet's commemoration of the centenary of the Great War, returns to the stage
A new outlet for Daylesford organic farm and café opens in Brompton Cross
In The Nun, director Corin Hardy takes on the sinister demon Valak from the Conjuring franchise. Unfortunately, there's not much to be scared of
Experimental physical theatre company Clod Ensemble questions what is fake and what is real in the ambitious new contemporary dance offering Placebo
Dein Perry’s thrilling tap dance troupe, Tap Dogs, returns to the London stage with a three-week run at The Peacock Theatre
An immersive performance of Bach's musical masterpiece with both musicians and audience on the move
Inspirational works by JS Bach are cut with contemporary compositions influenced by them. Featuring Roderick Williams
Bach's masterpiece is performed from memory by singers who take turns to tell the story of Christ's death and resurrection
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, a moving programme of song interpreted by top artists Ian Bostridge (tenor) and Antonio Pappano (piano)