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Surely one of the most anticipated visitors of 2019, the vibrant San Francisco Ballet returns to Sadler’s Wells with four mouth-watering programmes
Meet Puccini's first great heroine, the convent girl who is seduced by a more lavish lifestyle, but at a terrible cost
The Royal Ballet brings the world’s greatest love story, Romeo and Juliet, back to Covent Garden throughout 2019
Dance takes centre stage on television with BBC One The Greatest Dancer, a new talent show where the public decide who's to be crowned top hoofer
The Royal Ballet resurrects Frankenstein, Liam Scarlett’s first full-length ballet for the ROH main stage, presumably after some much needed bolt tightening
The new pop-up dishes out vegan versions of millennial favourites with inspiration from across the globe
Downton Abbey film confirmed: everything you need to know about the ITV hit's move to the big screen
British artist Tracey Emin returns to White Cube London for a major solo show of new work
Simon Russell Beale stars in a new version of Shakespeare's Richard II, subversively re-imagined by director Joe Hill-Gibbins
Tom Hooper's film makeover of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats goes all out in its casting: Taylor Swift, James Corden and more are on board
The ultimate patisserie lover's paradise in Piccadilly
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki's award-winning film from Cannes is reaping praise at festivals and putting childhood poverty into the spotlight
Previous years of the Tate Britain Commission have seen squash costumes and neon lighting – what will Mike Nelson do?
Everything you need to know about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – the world's longest running open submission contemporary art show
A year-long celebration of music written by and performed by women, from the Italian Renaissance to the present day. Some of it may not even have been written yet!
London's greatest composer was born in Germany, and given British citizenship. This month of concerts, walks and talks celebrates the enduring impact of George Frideric Handel on the capital
Book now for a new play by Mark Ravenhill: The Cane explores the consequences of control and the legacy of violence
54 years after the Disney classic, Mary Poppins Returns offers a fresh story which celebrates the old and welcomes in the new
The frailties of capitalism play out as director Rachel Chavkin revives Arthur Miller's Great Depression drama The American Clock at The Old Vic
The future of fine dining is in luxurious informality, expressed by Italian former head chef of Le Gavroche Diego Ferrari and Emily Roux, daughter of Michel Roux jnr
Nathalie, a grab-and-go eatery from the restaurateur behind Casa Cruz and Isabel, opens on Hanover Square
Explosive and timely, this new play about Boris Johnson will be rewritten every night
The sculptor best known for The Angel of the North stages his most significant solo exhibition for over a decade at the Royal Academy London
As part of the Spring 2019 programme, the National Portrait Gallery London stages a major exhibition of work by British photographer Martin Parr
7 Days Out shows a week in the life of masterminds of food, space, sports and entertainment. First up, the Chanel documentary focuses on fashion with Karl Lagerfeld
In a world first, the Royal Academy London brings together more than 50 paintings, prints and drawings in which artist Lucian Freud turns his voyeuristic gaze onto himself
Japan's biggest curry house Coco Ichibanya lets customers customise their curries, with toppings ranging from scrambled egg to squid
On Netflix this weekend, Alfonso Cuarón returns home with his new film Roma, a stunning and emotional story of his hometown
Nicole Kidman stars as a hardened detective in LA thriller Destroyer, directed by Karyn Kusama
Clerkenwell clubhouse Bourne & Hollingsworth, known for its signature cocktails, opens a rooftop restaurant in the West End
Fashion designer turned sculptor Nicole Farhi presents her largest solo exhibition to date. Folds, at Beaux Arts London gallery, celebrates feminine flesh in sumptuous splendour