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Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn bring star power to this bitter, bracing comedy about sibling rivalry
David Haig's D-Day drama transfers to the West End after impressing at the Park Theatre
One eater's nirvana is another's dog's dinner
Ever the innovator, choreographer Hofesh Shechter creates Shechter Underground, a unique site-specific show beneath the august buildings of Somerset House
An immersive opera inspired by ancient cave paintings, and set in a dystopian future
Oh what a beautiful opera house... Oklahoma! opens the season, plus a Verdi spectacle and Gounod's response to Shakespeare
Peaky Blinders' Paul Anderson stars in a dual language Trump-era update of classic French comedy Tartuffe
Teen Drag Queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Maverick director Richard Jones salutes tradition in a spirited and moving reading of Puccini's heart-breaker
A merry widow, the women of Whitechapel and lovers happy and unhappy are at the heart of new productions
The women whose lives are threatened or taken are at the forefront of an opera based on crimes in the East End
When a woman acquires the means to mend a broken romance, comedy as well as love ensues
A monumental lament for the losses in war is given an operatic staging
Jazz, ragtime, blues and spirituals infuse this grand opera which features ever-popular melodies, including 'Summertime...'
In an enticing cross-cultural collaboration, the American Mark Morris Dance Group joins forces with the Silkroad Ensemble to tell the ancient Islamic love story of Layla and Majnun
What's big in 2018, as predicted by top Chelsea Flower Show exhibitors
Somerset House and Film4 bring a curated selection of films to the great outdoors
One of the most influential choreographers or his generation, William Forsythe, curates A Quiet Evening of Dance, assembling works old and new at Sadler’s Wells
The Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova presents another ‘me’ project, Pure Dance, at Sadler’s Wells this Autumn
The screen has never sounded so good: soak up the biggest blockbusters, from Star Trek to Harry Potter, alongside a live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall
An interactive show based on Thunderbirds christens London's new, purpose built immersive theatre venue The Buzz
This four-day London festival brings together four leading lifestyle events, Grow London, Spirit of Summer, HOUSE and The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, to celebrate stylish summer living
The internationally renowned Semperoper Ballett makes its Sadler’s Wells debut this season with the UK premiere of a triple bill of works by William Forsythe
Natalie Abrahami directs Sophie Treadwell’s rarely revived 1928 Expressionist masterpiece
Still a ballet superstar even after retirement, Carlos Acosta celebrates thirty years in dance with a special appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in the autumn
Yes, it’s yet another Swan Lake, this time courtesy of the St Petersburg Ballet Theatre, bringing a little mystery and magic to Summer at the London Coliseum
Tough it out with the Sharks and the Jets in Bernstein's West Side Story or marvel at the bravery of a heroine in Handel's Theodora
A new opera based on the Jack the Ripper story puts the women in the foreground in a season that questions male power
The champion of chanson is back: Michel Legrand brings his award-winning film scores to London this autumn
BRAT celebrates Basque-inspired, wood fire cooking with thrilling verve. No wonder Giles Coren too has hailed it the best cooking in Europe.
Brian Vernal on stage vs screen, pre-show nerves and getting into acting
Bat Out of Hell returns to the Dominion Theatre