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Where else would Schumann, Purcell and Handel rub shoulders with Joy Division and Arcade Fire? Musical barriers come down at this sparky winter fixture
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)
Laughter, suspense and great story-telling from Smetana, Mozart, Offenbach and Britten in four new productions
The world's finest singers and classiest opera productions, forged in London and beyond, come to the big screen
Dots, infinity nets, pumpkins and more: Yayoi Kusama returns to Victoria Miro London this autumn. And she doesn't disappoint
Enjoy an elegant fusion of classical architecture and contemporary festival at 'After Dark', Chiswick House
For a Christmas celebration to take your breath away, don't forget to register for the Westminster Abbey service; without a doubt the best carol concert in London
Lucas Hedges, Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman star in Boy Erased, a moving true story written, directed by and starring Joel Edgerton
Drop into Covent Garden for a daytime musical refreshment from the best of the Royal Opera House's rising singers and instrumentalists
In The Upside, remake of French triumph Untouchable, Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston play two unlikely friends: a criminal and a quadriplegic
Maisie Williams stars in Lauren Gunderson's fast-talking, two-character teen drama, I and You at the Hampstead Theatre
Rachel Brosnahan is back in The Marvelous Mrs Maisel season 2 from Gilmore Girls writer Amy Sherman-Palladino. The new trailer promises a colourful, dramatic ride
British social-realist filmmaker Mike Leigh returns to historical drama, but on a far grander scale. Starring Maxine Peake, Peterloo tackles the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in Manchester
Ruth Rogers, owner and head chef of Michelin-starred restaurant The River Café, is hosting a pop-up at Chucs Serpentine for one night only
Steve Carell teams up with Forrest Gump director Robert Zemeckis in the tragicomic tale of Welcome to Marwen – a portrait of a miniature world of its own
It's time to celebrate the enduring legacy of Peanuts: Somerset House exhibition is an entertaining and informative take on the much-loved comic strip
Philip Glass's opera is set amid the ceremonies and sun worship of a great Egyptian ruler
Ran by husband and wife team, Harumi and Toru Takahashi, Sushi Tetsu is a seven-seat Japanese restaurant in Clerkenwell that specialises in sushi and sashimi
A Singaporean skin-whitening company goes viral for the wrong reason in this new comedy premiering at the Royal Court
High-end Mayfair restaurant, Umu, offers up your favourite Japanese dishes made in the most authentic way possible
Former inmates of a women's prison come to the Royal Court with a devised play telling the real story of life inside
With outposts in major cities all over the world, Zuma must be doing something right. Highlight dishes include seared salmon with lime, and grilled courgette with tarragon miso sauce
Booking opens on 5 November for Sadler's Wells Spring 2019 season, a veritable treasure trove of dance from established artists and newcomers. Here are the highlights for March/April
Playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany return to the Royal Court with a new play capturing the comedy and tension of a family reunion
The first Japanese restaurant in Britain to be awarded three Michelin stars, The Araki has a simple premise: one menu, nine seats, eleven courses, all sushi
After a triumphant 2015 premiere, Stephen Rea reprises his role in hit play about a Belfast Loyalist who's living in the past
Wonderfully sung, dazzlingly staged, Donizetti's tragedy is a triumph for English National Opera all over again
You're going to want to plan a trip to Oxford: Ashmolean museum to stage a major Jeff Koons exhibition next spring
Already a sensation in Delhi and New York, the opening of the experimental Indian Accent in London was eagerly anticipated by the capital's most discerning Indian gastronomy devotees
Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross is home to around 60 shops, cafés, bars and restaurants – among them Tom Dixon's new flagship store
Everybody has been binging Mike Flanagan's The Haunting of Hill House on Netflix, based on Shirley Jackson's famous novel. Here are some reasons why you should too
Almost-Michelin-starred Launceston Place in South Kensington is known for its seasonal dishes inspired by continental cuisine.