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After dazzling in London and New York, Conor McPherson’s poignant ‘play with music’ returns to the West End
Explore magnetic art by Greek artist Takis, modernist printmaking at Dulwich Picture Gallery, a sculpture trail in the City and Olafur Eliasson's immersive exhibition at Tate Modern
The mighty David Mamet weighs in on the #MeToo movement with a misjudged monster of a play starring John Malkovich as a misogynist, racist movie mogul
Pick up a glass of bubbly and browse the dazzling range of art and antiques available at LAPADA Fair, Mayfair
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2019 is aglow with stars including John Malkovich, Claire Foy and Jake Gyllenhaal
Emma Healey's 2014 novel Elizabeth is Missing is being adapted for the BBC. Here's everything we know
London's best open air theatre: summer is coming and culture's heading outside with a season of unmissable outdoor performances across the city
Where to go and what to order at London's finest waterfront restaurants
From anxiously funny Fleabag to the final season of Game of Thrones, 2019 has been a year packed with excellent television
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
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
From William Blake at Tate Britain to Lucian Freud at the Royal Academy, these are the shows to put in your diary for the winter season
Luxury art and design fair PAD London returns to Berkeley Square in October
From Borough to Brockley via an exciting new opening, we round up the best London street food markets for summer
200 drawings by the renaissance polymath Leonardo da Vinci go on display at the Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace
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 indie horror Midsommar to the latest Spider-Man outing, summer 2019 offers blockbusters and arthouse gems aplenty. Here's what to watch over the next few months
From sustainable clothing and pollution to the plight of bees, we present twelve of the best TED talks on the environment
Whoever said cinematic escapism was an indoor activity? Make the most of the open air this summer with our pick of the best outdoor film screenings in London
From the world’s largest dog collar display to the exhibition dedicated to pencils, here are the unusual UK museums worth leaving London to visit
From countryside retreats to inner-city hotspots, not forgetting the family-friendly options, we round up the best literary festivals of 2019
Looking for the perfect day trip? We've compiled a list of the loveliest historic houses to visit near London
From a Sunday morning dash through the sleepy square mile, to miles of meandering riverside: here are our top ten running routes in London
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, a world-class orchestral debut, the EU anthem, and a queen's piano...
New music, Beethoven commemorations, and world-class soloists at the forefront of classical music converge at the Barbican
Our guide to the unmissable exhibitions in London this year from Van Gogh at Tate Britain to Diane Arbus at the Haywood and Stanley Kubrick at the Design Museum
The dazzling Firebird, resourceful Figaro and memories of Fonteyn head up two months of top performances. Booking opens 9AM, Wed 3 April
From panoramic views to hidden gems, we’ve rounded up the best rooftop bars to drink at this summer
Tate Britain makes the case for Victorian London's impact on Van Gogh and his short, but incredible career
Discover the most inspiring art exhibitions 2019 outside of London that may just tempt you on a UK mini-break
If you're getting bored of all things British, dive headfirst into another culture with the exciting programmes offered by institutes representing nations from Russia to India
From a stroll through the park to an immersive Sakura dining experience: your guide to the best spots for finding cherry blossoms