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Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
Sadler’s Wells’ programme of dance for the Autumn 2019 is its usual exhilarating mix of dance styles and nationalities. Here are some of the season’s highlights
Collide Theatre's Metamorphosis is a contemporary take on Kafka's eponymous novella, that premieres at a Festival of European theatre in London
Donizetti's comedy returns to Covent Garden in a production packed with visual humour as well as musical hi-jinks
Line of Duty series five is starting, and the AC-12 team is opening a new case on a familiar enemy led by the silently scary John Corbett (Stephen Graham)
Mozart's comic opera returns to Covent Garden in the David McVicar production that has become a modern classic. The starry cast is led by Christian Gerhaher and Simon Keenlyside
Power, overweening ambition and the inevitable fall are at the heart of Mussorgsky's epic opera, returning to Covent Garden with Bryn Terfel in the title role
Dreaming of a White Christmas? Dominion Theatre has just the ticket, with revival of Irving Berlin's festive musical
Beloved movie Big comes to the stage with an all-singing, all-dancing new show starring reality TV favourite Jay McGuinness
Adored kids' book Mr. Gum and the Dancing Bear will be hitting the Dorfman Theatre stage at the National Theatre as a musical this summer
Kabarett star Bernie Dieter and her travelling family of misfits – aka. Little Death Club – are performing at the Underbelly Festival this April
Trevor Nunn brings life, laughter and authenticity to a Fiddler on the Roof revival, and it's just as delightful in the West End transfer
Take a stroll to the Lyric Theatre this summer to see Tall Stories' The Gruffalo Live, based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's beloved children's book.
Cirque du Soleil travel to London's O2 Arena with Toruk, a prequel to James Cameron's Avatar: book tickets now
In Hanna, Amazon Prime delivers its latest action series. Hanna (Esmé Creed-Miles) is a teenage killer, trained in secret by her ex-mercenary father (Joel Kinnaman)
Feast on Russia's finest caviar as cult favourite Caviar Kaspia returns with a new Mayfair restaurant
The golden age of circus comes to Southbank with Circus 1903, which returns after a triumphant premiere in 2018
Tim Burton's Disney live-action remake of Dumbo takes flight with Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito, Michael Keaton and Eva Green
Rambert's forthcoming programme at Sadler’s Wells offers the chance to see early landmark pieces from McGregor and Shechter, alongside a brand new work by Marion Motin
Enjoy modern Irish dining and great craic at elegant new Chelsea restaurant Myrtle
The Royal Ballet opened this season’s lengthy run of Kenneth MacMillan’s masterful Romeo and Juliet by showcasing the first of a wide range of casts
In Out of Blue, Patricia Clarkson tries to solve a case of a murdered cosmologist (Mamie Gummer) while learning a lot about Schrödinger's Cat
Tate Modern presents Natalia Goncharova's uncompromising and vibrant work in the first UK retrospective of her art
To celebrate London Craft Week, the country's best perfumers have created bespoke fragrances for an exhibition at Mayfair's Beaumont Hotel
Felix Vallotton's rich career is to be surveyed by the Royal Academy this summer in an exhibition that will include his quietly tense paintings and caustic satirical prints
Finally nominated for an Oscar, Willem Dafoe plays Vincent van Gogh in Julian Schnabel's At Eternity's Gate – but unfortunately the rest of the picture doesn't hold up
Expect the weird and wonderful: a tribute to the man behind fashion's favourite hallucinatory panoramas and twisted fairytales
Immersive horror show based in a secret central London location delayed until September
Seven acrobats perform gravity-defying feats of physical theatre to the beat of live percussion music
Whitechapel Gallery imagines solutions to the problems of the future with a collection of renowned artists and architects, which includes 6a and Sir David Adjaye
Stevie Wonder, Barbara Streisand, Celine Dion, Robbie Williams, Black Eyed Peas and Florence and the Machine headline Hyde Park's British Summer Time Festival 2019
She was left in the shadow of Shakespeare and Marlowe, but now Emilia Bassano is finally the protagonist of her own story