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In a major 2019 revival, Sir Peter Shaffer's Equus returns to Theatre Royal Stratford East courtesy of English Touring Theatre and award-winning director Ned Bennett
The acclaimed Beijing-based choreographer Tao Ye returns to Sadler’s Wells with his company TAO Dance Theater to present two pieces from its Numerical Series in 4 & 9
Flamenco maverick Israel Galván returns to Sadler’s Wells to flaunt his signature speedy footwork in La Fiesta, a work that pays homage to a great tradition of Spanish culture
Choreographer James Cousins weaves together three duets inspired by stories of separation for his latest contemporary dance offering at The Place, Epilogues
Celebrate 50 years of Black creativity in Britain at the major new Somerset House exhibition Get Up! Stand Up!
Mischief Theatre, award-winning purveyors of sell-out slapstick hilarity, are taking over the Vaudeville Theatre for a year-long run of three new productions
A Pulitzer-winning study of American racial divides, poverty and industrial malaise transfers to West End after impressing at Donmar Warehouse
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
In The Lego Movie 2 the world is turned into a desert wasteland, and Emmett (Chris Pratt) has to save Lucy (Elizabeth Banks) from the dreaded Systar System
Josie Rourke directs a new production of the Broadway classic Sweet Charity for her farewell production as Donmar Artistic Director
Boy Erased sees Jared (Lucas Hedges) forced into conversion therapy by his conservative mother (Nicole Kidman) and Baptist preacher father (Russell Crowe)
She was left in the shadow of Shakespeare and Marlowe, but now Emilia Bassano is finally the protagonist of her own story
With Martyna Majok’s Pulitzer Prize winning Cost of Living, Hampstead Theatre stages a quietly brilliant exploration of disability and identity
Coinciding with the major V&A Christian Dior exhibition is a more intimate photography exhibition at Proud Central London exploring Dior's revolutionary beginnings
Urban music festival Wireless brings Cardi B, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky and more to Finsbury Park
British artist Tracey Emin returns to White Cube London for a major solo show of poignant new work
Retelling the final days of William Shakespeare, All Is True sees Kenneth Branagh direct and star in a lesser-known literary life story
R’n’B queen Kelis is headlining Peckham’s Jam on the Rye festival, a celebration of music and street food
Field Day 2019: Meridian Water is the new home of the festival, with Skepta and Jorja Smith headlining in 2019
The whole family is invited to dance away an afternoon of fun and live music in DanceWest's Tea Dance with a Twist
A cross-channel flight to Normandy leads the Imperial War Museums' D-Day 75th anniversary programme
Some of the Royal Opera House’s top ballet and opera productions will be available for on-demand streaming for the first time through the digital streaming service Marquee.TV
Clive Owen returns to the stage after 18 years to star in a strange and lesser-known
Tennessee Williams play, the tropically-tinged Night of the Iguana
Not just for seasoned collectors: dip your toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Spring 2019
You're going to want to plan a trip to Oxford: Ashmolean museum stages a major Jeff Koons exhibition
The Southbank Centre announces a Summer 2019 Literature Season packed with exciting events, talks, readings and masterclasses
Duncan Macmillan re-imagines Ibsen's political drama in a new production starring TV regulars Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell
Gershwin, Verdi and an opera for all the family, all at the Theatre in the Woods
Judi Dench stars in Red Joan, the film based on the life of Melita Norwood, the KGB's longest-serving British spy
Queen Victoria's cherished coronet will be the crowning jewel of the V&A's newly refurbished jewellery gallery
London gets a slice of the action as hit all-female musical brings sweet story of pie-baking and self-discovery to the West End
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins adapts James Baldwin novel If Beale Street Could Talk – a story of loyalty and lasting love