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The Andalucian sun will shine over North London for two weeks this summer, because Sadler's Wells' famous Flamenco Festival is back
Playwright Sami Ibrahim and director Omar Elerian imagine the Israeli-Palestinian conflict 20 years from now in Two Palestinians Go Dogging at the Royal Court
The ballet superstar Natalia Osipova is Carmen in the London premiere of a contemporary adaptation of the classic tale of passion
The Father and the Assassin tells the story of Nathuram Godse, the man who murdered Gandhi, within a compelling historical sweep through the run-up to India’s independence
Japanese composer and musician Joe Hisaishi teams up with the RSC to bring Studio Ghibli’s 1988 movie My Neighbour Totoro to the Barbican stage
Director Bartlett Sher’s My Fair Lady is a traditional take on the classic musical, but with a trick hidden up its puff sleeve
From the stellar line-up at British Summer Time to a serious culture dose at the Underbelly, we round up the best London festivals to catch this summer
Scottish Ballet's acclaimed dance adaptation of The Crucible, Arthur Miller's play on collective hysteria in a 17th-century American community, has its London premiere at Sadler's Wells
Sadler's presents a collaborative double bill that assembles Pina Bausch's seminal The Rite of Spring and common ground[s[, a work by two African dancer/choreographers
SpitLip's Operation Mincemeat (a musical comedy for the stage, not the film!) has been honed to excellency and is deserving of its long run at Riverside Studios
The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs at Soho Theatre is a much-needed queer narrative exploring intersectional lesbian lives
An exciting young cast and director breathe new life into a tune-filled classic
Ballet stars honour one of the most influential dancers of all time, Rudolf Nureyev, in a special gala, Nureyev Legend and Legacy at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
A portal to the poptastic pastures of the past: Mighty Hoopla returns for 2022, with throwback acts Sugababes, Steps and Anastacia performing
Young dancers from across the globe join forces in the Next Generation Festival, hosted by the ROH Linbury Theatre to celebrate young talent
Look out something white or cream. Audiences at Garsington's first new production of the year are asked to match the opera's design....
The physical theatre company Gecko returns to the Barbican with The Wedding, a work that thrills and challenges in equal measure
Despite losing its way in the second act, director Daniel Fish's Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma!, showing at the Young Vic, is probing, raw and gloriously gritty
Two stunning exhibitions at Tate Britain and the return of Andreas Gursky at the White Cube…May brings an exciting selection of art to see.
May's theatre sees some serious stars arrive on the London stage. There's also big musical revivals, daring new writing and fresh takes on Shakespeare
Director Lucy Bailey returns to the Globe with a playful, libido-fuelled take on Much Ado About Nothing that runs on Love Island-style drama and sexual tension
Opera Holland Park 2022 opens with Tchaikovsky's masterpiece, the story of a first love tempered by experience
Jodie Comer delivers a compelling stage debut in Prima Facie, Australian playwright Suzie Miller’s award-winning play about a criminal justice system stacked against rape victims
Wilderness Festival returns with a unique blend of hippy, happy and dance-mad vibes, all in the idyllic setting of an Oxfordshire summer
Barber Shop Chronicles writer Inua Ellams adapts the Ancient Greek tragedy of Antigone for Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, with direction from Max Webster
Pulitzer-winning playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury reunites with the team behind her 2018 play Fairview to tell the story of Mary Seacole and black caregivers today
Pioneering immersive theatre company Punchdrunk returns to London with The Burnt City, an eerie, dance-led journey through the fall of Troy
'Omigod you guys!' Six director Lucy Moss revives Legally Blonde the Musical at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, with Courtney Bowman playing the lead
Sharon Eyal's L-E-V company returns to Sadler's Wells with Love Chapter 3, the concluding part of her trilogy on love, its fortunes and misfortunes
Budding ballet dancers show their mettle in Anne of Green Gables, a brand-new work by London Children's Ballet
The Underbelly Festival returns for 2022 with a jam-packed programme of live entertainment’s three essential Cs: comedy, cabaret and circus
Playwright Mike Bartlett reunites with King Charles III director Rupert Goold on The 47th, a political satire set in the lead-up to the 2024 presidential race