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After the success of Consent, Nina Raine returns to the National Theatre with a new play about the complexity of starting a family
Previous shows have included Benedict Cumberbatch, Jude Law, Gillian Anderson, Toby Jones and Sophie Dahl. Now London's star-studded letter-reading event returns
Royal Ballet School students join The Royal Ballet for a programme including the premiere of a new work from Liam Scarlett, and a reprise of Ashton's The Two Pigeons
The Royal Ballet dances Frederick Ashton’s charming romantic ballet, The Two Pigeons, alongside a revival of Liam Scarlett’s acclaimed first work for the company, Asphodel Meadows
Chris Pine and director David Mackenzie return together in a new medieval Netflix film, in which Scotland is (once again) trying to free itself from the English
A young woman is trapped in a hopeless marriage, but her husband's departure opens up new possibilities .... A star team stages a new production of Janáček's opera
A quintessentisally British cabaret experience inspired by Queens past and present
Headlong theatre company bring a radically different take on Shakespeare's Richard III to the newly-restored Alexandra Palace Theatre
After a stunning opening in Galway, Grief is a Thing with Feathers transfers to the Barbican with Cillian Murphy playing a man in mourning
Not just for seasoned collectors: dip your toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Autumn 2018
An immersive performance of Bach's musical masterpiece with both musicians and audience on the move
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
South African photographer Alice Mann wins Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2018 for her series of drum majorettes
Chekov's earliest work is performed in London for the first time in an absurdist adaptation by Dead Centre
A classic and beautiful production of Verdi's moving opera returns with two starry casts
Nicholas Hytner's immersive Midsummer Night's Dream invites you into an enchanted forest on the Bridge Theatre stage
The Birmingham Contemporary Music Group present three innovative compositions inspired by Marxist doctrines
In February 2019, the V&A will open its doors to the largest and most comprehensive exhibition ever staged in the UK on the House of Dior
Photographer Richard Billingham revisits his childhood in his debut feature film Ray & Liz with a powerful stillness and love laced with dysfunction
The festival highlight of London’s culinary calendar returns to Tobacco Dock for a three-day celebration of artisan cocktails, gourmet food, and live demonstrations
Dakota Johnson dances with witches in Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria, a disturbing new 'homage' to Dario Argento's 1977 cult classic
There’s a merry little Christmas waiting for the whole family at Greenwich's first Winter Time Festival
The Swedish troupe GöteborgsOperans Danskompani brings contemporary works by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and sculptor Antony Gormley to Sadler's Wells.
Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie star in Mary Queen of Scots, an upcoming historical drama charting the infamous rivalry between Elizabeth I and the titular Mary
With Night of 100 Solos, the Barbican joins an international celebration of the late great American choreographer Merce Cunningham on what would have been his 100th birthday
Laura Linney's stunning sililoquy on loneliness returns to the Bridge Theatre after a sellout premiere last summer
ZSL London Zoo is transforming itself for Christmas 2018 with countless sparkling lights and plenty of festive fun
90s heat-throb Duncan James stars in a sultry revival of the Jazz Age musical Chicago
David Gordon Green ignores every other Halloween sequel and continues from the original – bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, a woman with a taste for vengeance
Hollywood's old guard comes together with some of the UK's best-loved comedians for Disney's new 3D fairytale
Carlos Acosta’s vibrant production of the full-length ballet Don Quixote, created for The Royal Ballet in 2013, returns to the Royal Opera House stage
Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes is back with Sunset, a mysterious tale of a woman in a Budapest hat shop during the lead up to World War I