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Beatrix Potter's beloved characters are coming to life in Theatre Royal Haymarket's play, Where Is Peter Rabbit? Radishes at the ready...
Brazilian filmmaker Alejandro Landes uses the backdrop of the Colombian civil war to tell a dizzying story of teenage angst and global chaos in Monos
Family Sundays give kids an inside peek at what goes on behind the curtain at the Royal Opera House.
The Langham's children's afternoon tea with Daunt Books is a pleasure for kids and adults alike.
Lucy Carr-Ellison and Jemima Jones of Tart London, caterers to fashion's biggest stars, open a deli, cafe, restaurant and bar space in Belgravia
Somerset House celebrates Earth Day 2019 with a two-week programme of inspiring installations and events.
Julianne Moore plays an opera diva held hostage in Bel Canto, the film adaptation of Ann Patchett's 2001 bestseller
Back for its fifth year, the Barnes Children's Literature Festival features brilliant authors (hello, Lauren Child and Francesca Simon!), new performances and even baby-friendly and SEND-focused events
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a teacher with an alarming affection for her student in Sara Colangelo's remake of 2014 Israeli film The Kindergarten Teacher
Nordic folklore is combined with grisly crimes in a Swedish genre-bender Border, based on the writings of John Ajvide Lindqvist
The new Game of Thrones trailer has arrived, whetting our appetite to see Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and Daenerys Targaryean (Emilia Clarke) fight back in the final war for Westeros
The Swell Mob is an immersive theatrical experience inviting you to take part in a Victorian bacchanalia
Ari Aster's follow-up to Hereditary stars Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, Will Poulter and William Jackson Harper (The Good Place) in a summer road movie with a dark pagan heart
Theatr Clwyd and Menier Chocolate Factory team up to stage a tense drama by Tennessee Williams, a giant of American theatre
Sergei Polunin comes to the London Palladium this spring with another bespoke dance programme about which nothing is yet know
The first after-hours Selfridges restaurant dazzles diners with Art Deco interiors, an eclectic menu and a giant pegasus by Damien Hirst
The Russian ballet superstar Natalia Osipova is The Mother in an especially commissioned Arthur Pita work coming to the Southbank Centre in the summer
Explosive and timely, this new play about Boris Johnson will be rewritten every night
The National Portrait Gallery's exhibition of works by British photographer Martin Parr takes a wry look at the colourful everyday
Pixar favourites including Toy Story, Ratatouille and Monsters Inc come to life with a live orchestral performance
French acting legend Isabelle Huppert terrifies as a psycho widow obsessed with a naïve young woman
Experience the classic '80s film with a live orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall
Jason Donovan to star alongside Sheridan Smith as hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns to the West End
Good things often come in small packages, and at National Portrait Gallery's exhibition Elizabethan Treasures, small reigns supreme
Famed Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar directs Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz in Pain and Glory, where Banderas plays a fading film director recalling his life
From influential director Asghar Farhadi and starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, Everybody Knows is a fine-tuned family drama that sometimes falls flat
The National Gallery gives French artist Louis-Leopold Boilly his first UK exhibition – it's a short, sweet, captivating delight
Money is no object when Hanna hits town, but affection for the dashing Danilo comes at a different price in Franz Lehár's scintillating comic opera
Triplets separated at birth reckon with the dark conspiracy still brewing in Three Identical Strangers, a documentary hit from Sundance
Camille Vidal-Naquet's debut follows a male sex worker (Félix Maritaud) on the streets of Strasbourg, in an unrelenting exploration of desire, sex, and love
Chef-restaurateurs of the moment, Andrew Clarke and Jackson Boxer, bring Hebridean cuisine to West London
An upcoming gender-flipped remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels follows the hilarious adventures of two female con-artists