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London Film Festival is in full swing. For the busiest week in the film calendar this year, here are the best films to catch and tickets to book right now
The 10 must-hear concerts by London orchestras and visitors this autumn, featuring Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Mozart and more
There will be Nutcrackers aplenty, but more than that, Christmas Dance 2018 celebrates winter in all its forms. Here are the key shows for London families
We round up some of the more unusual and quirky London gigs in autumn, winter and beyond, available to book right now
Director Lucy Bailey takes over London Country Hall for a site-specific production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution
Our round-up of the best new London gigs to book this autumn and winter, from new faces to old-school favourites
An interactive show based on Thunderbirds at London's new, purpose-built immersive theatre venue The Buzz is postponed til 2019
The best orchestras on the planet head for London with exciting programmes and tremendous soloists. Book now for a world tour in music – here are our favourites
The world's top orchestras and solo artists unveil their programmes for London, and there is something for every musical taste
Don't miss out on these talks happening in September
Here's a pick of top big-name events at the world's largest music festival
The symphonies and concertos no music-lover should be without, played live at the Royal Albert Hall
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
Sun, friends, tunes – bliss: your definitive guide to the summer's best day parties
One eater's nirvana is another's dog's dinner
Oh what a beautiful opera house... Oklahoma! opens the season, plus a Verdi spectacle and Gounod's response to Shakespeare
A new opera based on the Jack the Ripper story puts the women in the foreground in a season that questions male power
Brian Vernal on stage vs screen, pre-show nerves and getting into acting
Listen up: From Björk to Charlotte Gainsbourg standout acts abound at the best London music festivals – buy your tickets now
With her incredible voice, unrivalled dance moves and otherworldly presence, Beyoncé is the star woman across the world unite in fawning over
Hold on to your sorting hats and get ready to book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets on the Friday Forty deal
William Shakespeare, Ingmar Bergman, Tennesse Williams and Gore Vidal: the best of this week's new theatre
The best literary events in London. The author of Fire and Fury, feminist icon Laura Bates and Julian Barnes are all speaking soon. We'll be hanging on every word
Everything you need to know about booking the Royal Opera House spring 2018 season: from operas to ballets
There's another chance to see two impressive new plays as Beginning and Mary Stuart transfer to the West End
As the world premiere of The Nutcracker and I, by Alexandra Dariescu looms tantalisingly close, we talk to some of the artists bringing us a Nutcracker like no other
Wigmore Hall is London's premier venue for chamber music. But these top names sell out quickly.... Book now for the outstanding events from January to July 2018
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
Christmas brings that most loved of all seasonal ballets, The Nutcracker. But with four productions on offer in London this year, which to pick? Here’s our guide
As the country pays tribute to those who gave their lives, London venues, galleries and concert halls play host to a series of commemorative events
From Rory Kinnear's Macbeth to a debut play about West Indian family rituals: here's what to book from the National Theatre new season
New writing, a modern classic and a revamped Restoration Comedy make for an exciting new season of theatre at the Donmar Warehouse