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James Norton heads the cast of Ivo van Hove’s A Little Life, running at the West End’s Harold Pinter Theatre in 2023
London's most popular Christmas highlights will sell out long before December comes around. Here is what you need to book now to have the best Christmas in town
TV’s Jenna Coleman and Aidan Turner star in the West End revival of Sam Steiner’s dystopian romcom Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons
Star dancers from both Europe and the US converge at the Coliseum for the glittering Ballet Icons Gala
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic for the sixth year, blasting away any bah humbugs
Fresh from Broadway (via Manchester), a new musical based on hit 1993 movie Mrs. Doubtfire comes to the West End's Shaftesbury Theatre
Reality TV's beloved baking show gets a West End makeover: The Great British Bake Off Musical is set to rise at the Noël Coward Theatre in 2023
The Tony award-winning Broadway hit musical Newsies comes to the Troubadour Theatre Wembley Park
The Royal Ballet's New Year begins with the return to Covent Garden of its dazzling production of The Sleeping Beauty. Not to be missed
The London International Mime Festival returns in 2023 with a mind-boggling variety of physical and visual theatre shows
Join the Royal Choral Society this Christmas for a joyous carol concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
From majestic performances in stunning settings to little known gems in aid of a good cause, we round up the best Christmas carol concerts London has to offer
From Kitchen At Holmes's comfy rooftop cinema to The Luna Cinema's return to Kensington Palace, we round up the best Christmas film screenings London 2022 has to offer
There is nothing better than visiting a museum on a rainy November day. Our top London exhibitions to see this month feature multidimensional paintings and a forest of woven sculptures.
The London Community Gospel Choir returns to the Royal Albert Hall this festive season: book now to be swept up in their awe-inspiring, soulful harmonies
Playwright James Graham teams up with musical legend Sir Elton John to dramatise the story of Tammy Faye Bakker: televangelist turned unlikely gay icon
Dine in the world of Charles Dickens' classic Christmas tale as sell-out experience The Great Christmas Feast returns for the festive season
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
Matthew Bourne's wondrous take on Sleeping Beauty is Sadler's Wells Christmas alternative to more predictable seasonal fare.
From fright nights to spooky screenings, immersive experiences to bloodthirsty raves, Halloween in London brings chills and thrills
English National Ballet's very own Nutcracker returns to the Coliseum for an extended seasonal run
Birmingham Royal Ballet makes a fleeting visit to London with its utterly delightful production of The Nutcracker, which lights up the Royal Albert Hall
Returning for 2022, Hex reframes Sleeping Beauty’s evil fairy as the story’s misunderstood heroine
Sir Ian McKellen leads the cast of Mother Goose. The pantomime is touring until Easter 2023, calling in at the West End's Duke of York's Theatre for Christmas
A promising opening of the 2022-23 season
Director Daniel Fish's Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma! transfers from the Young Vic to the West End's Wyndham's Theatre for 2023
Robert Carsen's prescient new production of Verdi's opera finds parallels in today's headlines
K-pop, politics and Parasite are all part of a sensational blockbuster exhibition of Korean culture at V&A
Drawings, tapestry, film, a puppet show and even an opera feature in the Royal Academy's homage to South African artist William Kentridge
Following a critically-acclaimed, sell-out run at the Young Vic theatre last winter, James Graham's Best of Enemies gets a West End transfer
From the come-back venture from The Greenhouse's Alex Dilling to the latest in a hat-trick of openings from Luke Farrell, the best new restaurants to book this month
From the return of The Doctor starring Juliet Stevenson to Erin Doherty in The Crucible at the National Theatre, September's theatre shows are looking starry