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Playwright Chris Bush, with former Pulp and The Longpigs band member Richard Hawley, has written a vital musical about Sheffield's giant housing estate, Park Hill
Andrew Scott, Nicole Scherzinger and Ian McKellen are just some of the stars descending on the London stage this month
From the Peckham favourite bringing its wares to the National Theatre, to a futuristic sushi restaurant and a hangout for Kens…
Gareth Southgate’s reform of the England men’s football team is the subject of James Graham’s heartwarming play Dear England, transferring to the West End
The Royal Ballet's magical production of The Nutcracker heralds the arrival of Christmas at the Royal Opera House
From the long-awaited arrival of a Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical to, er, more musicals and the return of a Lucy Prebble masterpiece (not Enron, sorry!)
Who said cinematic escapism had to be an indoor activity? Make the most of the warm summer nights with our pick of the best outdoor film screenings in London
Mark Gatiss and Johnny Flynn are riveting in The Motive and the Cue: Jack Thorne's study of the famous Gielgud/Burton Hamlet, directed here by Sam Mendes
From world-famous chefs moving into London hotels to the long-awaited arrival of Corbin & King's seafood restaurant, here's where to eat this month
From eagerly awaited transfers to poignant new writing, we round up the best plays opening in London this July
Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma star as the Macbeths in Simon Godwin's site-specific production, staged in an east London warehouse
Arriving from Broadway, Mrs. Doubtfire the musical is a cheeky, high-spirited family show, with the potential to tickle audience members of all ages
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic for the seventh year, with Doctor Who's Christopher Eccleston as Scrooge
From the West End premiere of a Martin McDonagh classic to new work conceived by and starring the great Mark Rylance, June's best new theatre shows
Brian Cox returns to the West End for the first time in almost a decade to star in Jeremy Herrin’s starry revival of Long Day’s Journey into Night
Operation Mincemeat creators SpitLip speak to Culture Whisper about the show's West End ascension and why, as musical theatre sceptics, they decided to write one
London's love affair with musicals shows no sign of abating, with beloved revivals and fresh arrivals landing this May. Elsewhere, outdoor theatres reopen!
All eyes on Battersea and Clapham this month, as south-west London delivers two of April's most exciting restaurant openings
Director Nicholas Hytner, designer extraordinaire Bunny Christie and a team of tip-top musical theatre talent make this immersive Guys and Dolls a rip-roaring sensation
From musical revivals to quality kids' shows, here's what you can see at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre this summer
Bach tells the Easter story, two new operas and a brand-new choir features top voices
From award-winning revivals to fresh work from Complicité and a new musical pitched as 'Evita on acid', we round up the best new theatre opening in London this month
Berlin, New York and Johannesburg dance in London
Which famous faces are speaking in London? Gripping, informative, calming or funny, we round up the talks you won't want to miss
From the long-awaited arrival of Socca in Mayfair to the coolest opening of the year in Hackney, we round up the new restaurants to book (while you can)
Ancient works in exciting hands, West End transfers for winning productions and new writing in major venues are among February's theatre offerings
It's a bumper month for London theatre, with farces through to gory tragedies offering thrilling entertainment for just about everybody. Here are 11 highlights not to miss
Broadway imports, star-fronted revivals and classics explored through a contemporary lens are among the highlights coming to the London stage in 2023
Stars making their West End debuts, award-winning collaborators reuniting and fresh takes on classic titles: the best London theatre shows of 2022
Wondering where to go to see out 2022? From glossy parties to elegant dinners, here are some of the most exciting ways to spend New Year's Eve in London
The trio behind Nest and Fenn are on course to conquer Zone 1’s fine dining scene with Restaurant St. Barts
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