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In lockdown, London-based artist Idris Khan created a new body of work reflecting the tumult of 2020. Now it's going on display at Victoria Miro London
Stephen Fry, Joanna Lumley and Fionn Whitehead star in this all-new digital production, bringing Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray into the present day
Exquisitely written and emotionally charged: Lolita Chakrabarti’s Hymn at the Almeida Theatre, starring Adrian Lester and Danny Sapani, delivers on all levels
Fleabag’s Sian Clifford stars alongside Nikesh Patel in this digital production of Lorien Haynes’ Good Grief, produced by Platform Presents
Country walks, log fires and crystal-clear waters can all be enjoyed from these gorgeous lodgings. Here are 13 picture-perfect UK minibreaks to book this year
Crammed full of glorious and memorable songs and spectacular dance routines, the musical Anything Goes is set to open at the Barbican this summer
From authors discussing their latest works to urgent talks on climate change and actors reflecting on life in the spotlight, here are the talks you won't want to miss
The Russian secret service officer poisoned in his adopted home of London is at the heart of a new opera inspired by his career, marriage and assassination
Magical theatre adaptation of Man Booker-winning novel Life of Pi hits West End stage, after five-star reviews of sell-out Sheffield production
From the virtual rave in aid of a good cause to gourmet bundles to devour at home, here's how to spend a tamer-than-usual New Year's Eve in
Immersive theatre experts Les Enfants Terribles have created a virtual Sherlock Holmes-themed adventure: The Case of the Hung Parliament
With lockdown lifting, live theatre returns to London's stages just in time for Christmas. Here are the best plays to catch this winter
The swinging romance of summer 1963 gears up to get London audiences dancing in July 2021
Get crafty this festive season with workshops covering everything from Christmas cards and decorations to wreath-making and homemade gifts
The National Maritime Museum is shining a spotlight on present-day seafarers in its year-long exhibition Exposure: Lives at Sea
From majestic performances in stunning settings to the concerts to stream from home, we round up the best Christmas carol concerts London has to offer
A couple of Nutcrackers join other seasonal productions in the cornucopia of dance on show in London this Christmas
The Whitechapel Gallery is staging the largest exhibition of Eileen Agar’s work to date
World-class artists perform live and nightly to a small audience, with dinner to follow, and all in a relaxed venue re-ordered for our times
Sure, Halloween 2020 looks a little different, but there are still fright nights, spooky screenings and immersive experiences in London providing chills and thrills
Teen drag queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
London’s Royal Academy to stage the first exhibition charting the artist’s fascination with animals
Strictly Come Dancing superstar men take to the stage in the West End with the high-octane dance show Here Come The Boys
In The Mermaid's Tongue, a new online escape-room game by Swamp Motel, at-home audiences must crack codes and decipher clues to find a missing object
Following its six-month slumber, the West End is reopening several of its best-loved shows this autumn. Here’s what you can watch over the next few months
HiddenCity’s immersive adventures will get you and your friends out in the city, unravelling riddles, uncovering secret locations and solving puzzles
Akram Khan’s much anticipated new creation for English National Ballet, Creature, postponed due to Covid-19, has been rescheduled for September 2021
Matthew Bourne’s Nutcracker! presented by his company New Adventures, will be Sadler's Wells Christmas show this year
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the love story to end all love stories, airs at Regents Park's Open Air Theatre in summer 2021
DNA VR is launching a new site in Hammersmith where gamers can walk with dinosaurs, swim with whales or even join Alice in Wonderland
From live theatre and the first post-lockdown arts festival, to luxury day trips and escapes, plan ahead to make the most of the August Bank Holiday weekend
Hello Dolly! Imelda Staunton will be looking swell on stage as socialite matchmaker Dolly Levi in a revival of a classic musical