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The Almeida's superlative production of Tennessee Williams' story of summer love, sexual desire and self-destruction transfers to the West End
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Tony Kushner's Olivier-winning musical about Civil Rights era America will transfer to the West End after sellouts at Chichester and Hampstead Theatre
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Orlando Bloom makes villainy compelling in this otherwise lurid thriller about trailer trash Texans
New adaptations of JRR Tolkien's fantasy world are arriving on Amazon Prime
Disney's blockbuster Aladdin musical brings Arabian nights, magic carpets and a surfeit of sparkle to London's West End
Hurrah for Hamilton's jubilant London transfer. Now there's another chance to book for the record-breakingly successful hip hop musical
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The Fall dream team is back! Jamie Dornan and director Allan Cubitt return with BBC drama Death And Nightingales
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Following the success of Project 84, Mark Jenkins opens a solo show of new work at London Gallery, Lazinc
One of the most significant shows of the year opens at Tate Modern: Picasso 1932, Love, Fame, Tragedy is erotic, often brutal but everything we hoped it would be
Glitz, glamour and Old Masters: one of the world's most prestigious multi-disciplinary art fairs rolls into town for its ninth edition
Jessie Buckley, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson star in Sky Atlantic's upcoming mini-series Chernobyl
With Chelsea Flower show (about) to come up roses, here are the restaurants around King's Road we love most, including foodie enclave Pavilion Road
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Blenheim Palace celebrates the works of colour visionary, Yves Klein, on what would be his 90th birthday
Michael Grandage revives the play about Mark Rothko that galvanized audiences at the Donmar in 2009
Following her acclaimed installation at South London Gallery last autumn, Katharina Grosse comes to Gagosian with an explosive new body of work
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The screen has never sounded so good: soak up the biggest blockbusters, from Star Trek to Harry Potter, alongside a live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall