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With outdoor markets reopening, we reflect on our favourites across the city. From Borough to Brockley via King's Cross and Camden, find street food galore this summer
Discover the most inspiring art exhibitions outside of London that may just tempt you on a UK mini-break
From panoramic views to hidden gems, we’ve rounded up the best rooftop bars to drink at this summer
The roaring twenties are re-imagined as a masked ball in an adapted socially-distance version of this hit immersive production The Great Gatsby
From Phoebe Waller-Bridge's anxious masterpiece Fleabag to the classic time-travelling thrills of Doctor Who, here are the best iPlayer box sets to watch and download right now
Joyful music-making to mark the festival and lift the spirits, as musicians derive infinite inspiration from the Easter story and from the act of making and enjoying music together
By land and sea, Europe and beyond are within reach, thanks to our well-travelled composers. Join them on a world tour, and see if your youngsters can guess the destinations
Armchair travel to Verona or St Petersburg with the world's greatest singers, players and dancers. Free for one month, Marquee TV has seats in every house
Booking opens at 10AM on Mon 16 March for a full year of first-class music. Here is our pick of the great orchestras, soloists, programmes and premieres
Seize your second chance to see some our favourite plays from the last year as they transfer to the West End due to popular demand
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2020 is aglow with stars including Jessica Chastain, Jake Gyllenhaal and Timothée Chalamet
Beethoven, Verdi and Mozart, of course, but also minimalist Steve Reich and a new work about climate crisis, with many concerts perfect for young music-makers. Booking is open now...
March is a bumper month for exhibitions in London, from exquisite examples of the kimono at the V&A to Andy Warhol's striking prints at Tate Modern
The Easter story told in song, a Handel rarity and Messiah, performed by top artists in churches and concert halls
Where to eat the best and most adventurous pancakes from around the world in London
From 80s fashion in Vienna to Van Eyck's genius in Ghent, here are our pick of exhibitions to see in Europe
Mischief Theatre Company's farcical tale of theatrical disaster continues to delight on the West End
Ahead of Kids' Week, we've rounded up the best London musicals to get on your radar. These are so good, you'll happily pay full price
London museum gift shops are unexpected sources of treasure. We round up the best in the capital
80s sci-fi, Disney musicals or rom-com classics: the hit films adapted for the London stage
From Andy Warhol to Gauguin, Cecil Beaton to Aubrey Beardsley, these are the top exhibitions to see this spring.
A fiery triple bill, a guest appearance by Scottish Ballet, and tragedies by Janacek, Strauss and two Italian masters. Booking opens 9AM, Wed 29 Jan
Teen Drag Queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Fruit is fine but a burger is better – here’s how to indulge in the best vegan junk food and plant-based meat and dairy dupes
It's never too early to get into music, and it comes naturally to kids. Here are the best events for musical adventures they'll never forget
Dry January doesn't have to be dull. Wean yourself off the wine, vanquish the vodka and banish the beer with inventive mocktails
How to embrace the vegan diet in London: plant-based dining that carnivores will love too
A bumper year for opera in both city and country houses, concerts marking 250 years of Beethoven's legacy and a chance to catch the biggest names in music today
Viral white lies, small town spirit and a slice of pie: the new musicals giving West End long-runners a run for their money
From anxiously funny This Way Up with Aisling Bea to the drug-filled realities presented in Euphoria with Zendaya, 2019 has been a year packed with excellent television
The BBC adaptation Emma Healey's 2014 novel Elizabeth is Missing is coming on Sunday night. Here's everything we know
The ten best plays of 2019, featuring monologues, musicals and ingenious revivals