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Rupert Goold directs a harrowing Nordic noir based on a Thomas Vinterberg film and a book by The Night Manager writer
The best new plays to see in London this June - featuring immersive Shakespeare, a Harvey Weinstein satire and plenty of promising premieres
The most important event in the horticultural calendar returns. Here's your guide to RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019
Find many of London's best restaurants gathered together in Regent's Park for Taste of London
A Singaporean skin-whitening company goes viral for the wrong reason in White Pearl, a new comedy on at the Royal Court
The Psychic Project, written and performed by David Narayan, explores the CIA's experimental attempts to develop psychic powers during the Cold War
An ambitious exhibition at the V&A offers visitors an insight into the future of the food cycle
Go wild at London Zoo's late night sessions, where you can get up close to the creatures without the daytime crowds
Bella Heesom brings her new play to the Ovalhouse with a title to remember; hilarious and relatable, it loses its way but is well worth a watch
Kylie Minogue, The Jacksons and Busted number amongst the stars of Hampton Court Palace Festival 2019
From Andy Murray's last Wimbledon to the royals' favourite polo, here the biggest sporting events and how to secure tickets
Mischief and mayhem reign in Shakespeare’s second trilogy of History plays, which pull Prince Harry off his pedestal in favour of a kaleidoscope of characters
Transit weds awe-inspiring acrobatics with an emotive exploration of the short-lived present at Underbelly Festival 2019
Once a hit movie starring Meryl Streep, the Tony-winning musical adaptation of The Bridges of Madison County comes to London, directed by Sir Trevor Nunn
There's a new play by Caryl Churchill at Royal Court Theatre in 2019. The prolific playwright premieres three characteristically-surreal shorts
Tony Award-winning musical The Light in the Piazza comes to the Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall this summer, starring Renée Fleming, Dove Cameron and Alex Jennings
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 open-air cinema to the first of the summer festivals, plan ahead for the late May bank holiday weekend with our round-up of the best events to book now
Ben Duke’s Juliet & Romeo, a startling and thought provoking take on the greatest ever love story, returns for a short run at The Place
From The Wolf of Wall Street to sun-soaked seventies disco, here are the kooky adventures and immersive experiences London will get in 2019
Chiswick House and Gardens hosts the first year of the Chiswick Proms, a local but star-studded addition to London's canon of summer classical music offerings
Michael Ball reprises his role as Edna Turnblad in an all-new West End production of Hairspray
The Secret River comes to the National Theatre to tell the story of two families divided by land and culture
Duncan Macmillan re-imagines Ibsen's political drama in a new production starring TV regulars Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell
Pheobe-Waller Bridge plays Fleabag on stage for the final time in a revival of the 2013 one-woman show that catalysed a TV phenomenon
Surely one of the most anticipated visitors of 2019, the vibrant San Francisco Ballet returns to Sadler’s Wells with four mouth-watering programmes
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
Escape to Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire for a weekend of specially-choreographed boot camp exercise interspersed with luxurious downtime pampering
Nowhere yet everywhere, contemporary yet vintage, the Candlelight Club throws secretive parties after Gatsby’s own heart – resplendent evocations of the Jazz Age at undisclosed London locations
Celebrate fifteen years of Mean Girls with an immersive experience hosted by Paramount Network and Luna Cinema
To Gillie With Love is star-studded musical gala commemorating the West End's late great Dame Gillian Lynne at the theatre named after her
CluedUpp, the murder mystery phenomenon, comes to six London locations this summer. We lift the lid on what's in store