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Northern Ballet's The Great Gatsby adapts F. Scott Fitzgerald's sweeping prohibition era novel to the stage in a visually ravishing dance work showing at Sadler's Wells in May
Sweden's GöteborgsOperans Danskompani brings a daring double bill of contemporary work to Sadler's Wells
All eyes on Battersea and Clapham this month, as south-west London delivers two of April's most exciting restaurant openings
Russell Maliphant returns to Sadler's Wells with Vortex, a new work inspired by the Abstract Expressionist painters
Strictly Come Dancing star Johannes Radebe returns to the Peacock Theatre with his glittering new show, Freedom Unleashed
A rare and impressive staging of the early masterwork by a Hollywood composer
Mike Faist and Lucas Hedges star in a new musical adaptation of Annie Proulx’s seminal short story Brokeback Mountain, opening in the West End
Playwright James Graham turns his attention to football, exploring the struggles of the England men's team through their manager Gareth Southgate at the National
Sam Mendes directs Jack Thorne's new play The Motive and the Cue. The National Theatre production stars Johnny Flynn, Mark Gatiss and Tuppence Middleton
Director Nicholas Hytner, designer extraordinaire Bunny Christie and a team of tip-top musical theatre talent make this immersive Guys and Dolls a rip-roaring sensation
From musical revivals to quality kids' shows, here's what you can see at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre this summer
Returning favourite Dinosaur World Live brings to life prehistoric heroes from the Jurassic times in the leafy confines of Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Director Timothy Sheader helms a long-awaited revival of Olivier and Tony-winning musical La Cage aux Folles at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Writer Carl Grose and director Melly Still promise to send arrows flying in a bold new direction with their production of Robin Hood for Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri's first kids' novel Every Leaf A Hallelujah has been adapted for the stage, hoping to delight little theatregoers at Regent's Park this summer
A fresh take on Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty's Olivier-winning coming-of-age musical Once On This Island opens the 2023 season at Regent's Park
James Norton heads the cast of Ivo van Hove’s A Little Life, running at the West End’s Harold Pinter Theatre in 2023
Bach tells the Easter story, two new operas and a brand-new choir features top voices
The best London art exhibitions to see this month include an immersive light show, a climbable Anthony Caro tower and a celebration of modern art at the National Gallery
Sadler's Wells annual festival of all things hip-hop, Breakin' Convention, marks its 20th anniversary with an exciting international line-up and a national tour
No soggy bottoms here: TV favourite The Great British Bake Off has been kneaded and rolled into a musical – and it rises pleasingly on the West End stage
From award-winning revivals to fresh work from Complicité and a new musical pitched as 'Evita on acid', we round up the best new theatre opening in London this month
Berlin, New York and Johannesburg dance in London
Marking 150 years since the birth of composer Sergei Rachmaninov, a concert that also features Britten, Stravinsky and Debussy
London Children's Ballet returns to the Peacock Theatre with its joyous and unmissable production of Snow White
Gripping immersive show Saint Jude will take you on an unsettling exploration of the mind.
Nederlands Dans Theater, one of Europe's premier contemporary dance companies, returns to Sadler's Wells with an exciting international programme
Callum Scott Howells and Rosie Sheehy are riveting in playwright Gary Owen’s new play Romeo and Julie, a Bard-inspired story of working-class love in Wales
In Jungle Book Reimagined Akram Khan reworks Rudyard Kipling's classic as a cautionary tale on the catastrophic impact of climate change
Sophie Okonedo and Ben Daniels are stunning in Dominic Cooke’s stripped-back and static take on the ancient Greek tragedy of Medea
Alice Neel: Hot Off The Griddle at the Barbican, is the biggest show of the American figurative painter's arresting work to date in the UK
Cheryl makes her West End debut in 2:22 – A Ghost Story: a hair-raising, contemporary take on a classic dramatic genre, directed by Matthew Dunster