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From The Wolf of Wall Street to sun-soaked seventies disco, here are the kooky adventures and immersive experiences London will get in 2019
The Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova's own project, Pure Dance, returns to Sadler's Wells
From open-air theatre to under-the-radar festivals, plan ahead for the August bank holiday weekend with our round-up of the best events to book now
As the days get shorter, evening excitement becomes all the more important. From jazz retrospectives to pop sensations, here're the best gigs to look out for this Autumn
Les Beaux Dormants, by the French company Le Ballet de l’Opera national du Rhin at the Linbury theatre offers a gritty contemporary view of The Sleeping Beauty fairy tale
Chef Adam Rawson serves up light, bright small plates in Isla restaurant at The Standard Hotel
Armando Ianucci (The Death of Stalin) kicks off the 63rd BFI London Film Festival with a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield
Rhys Ifans stars in Ed Thomas's semi-autobiographical story about the relationship between place and memory
Covent Garden's Christmas show is based on Shaun Tan's enchanting book about a boy who finds a curio on the beach
The 'punk poet' is making an appearance in one of the largest live venues in London for performance art that only he could master
A mouth-watering selection of ballet and opera for autumn at the Royal Opera House
Boy Blue REDD, coming to the Barbican this autumn, is a brand new show from the troupe that turned hip hop into a medium with mass appeal
New production of Benjamin Britten's opera about the infatuation with a young boy of a dying man
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig premieres a gripping story of a whistleblower during the Chinese Aids crisis at the Hampstead Theatre
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a revival of Peter Nichols' landmark bittersweet comedy about caring for a disabled child
These are the best Christmas pantos to see in London with the family this season
Wacky and wonderful immersive dining experts Gingerline thrill with their latest multi-dimensional dining experience: Chambers
Jeremy Herrin's production of beloved back-stage farce Noises Off comes to the West End after delighting at the Lyric Hammersmith
Following the release of their newest album Father of The Bride, Vampire Weekend are celebrating with two dates in London this November
If garage rock is your thing, look no further – Pete Doherty's new era with the Libertines brings a new tour to London this Autumn
Philippa Perry, Louis Theroux and Nadiya Hussain are among the talents taking to the stage for the Southbank Centre’s Autumn Literature Season
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric new version of A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic for its third year
The musical adaptation of everyone’s favourite French film, Amélie, returns to the London stage for Christmas
Clive Owen returns to the stage after 19 years to star in a strange and lesser-known
Tennessee Williams play, the tropically-tinged The Night of the Iguana
Halloween 2019 is nigh and the capital is full of chills and thrills. Here's how to celebrate with the best Halloween events London has to offer
Culture Under Attack at the Imperial War Museum (IWM) explores how war threatens not just lives, but the things that make life worth living
Christmas at Kew returns for 2019, with new centrepiece attractions joining the botanical wonderland’s signature installations
It frightened London audiences to oblivion before and it will do it again. Ghost Stories returns for a limited run on the West End this autumn
With Peter Gynt, David Hare returns for the National Theatre 2019 season, tweaking a classic Ibsen tale for the modern day
The Michigan-born rapper is riding the waves of her rise up into the mainstream with a nine-date European tour
Possibly the first classic of the 21st century, Akram Khan's extraordinary remake of the uber-Romantic ballet Giselle for English National Ballet returns to Sadler's Wells
Trevor Nunn brings life, laughter and authenticity to a Fiddler on the Roof revival, and it's just as delightful in the West End transfer