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The exciting all-male company, BalletBoyz, enters its 20th year with a new show, Deluxe, which comes to Sadler’s Wells as part of a nationwide tour
Anne-Marie Duff stars in the world premiere of a working class family epic at the Almeida Theatre
Music, theatre, comedy, literature, dance and more, all in one fabulous festival: the Latitude 2020 line-up is here
The Easter story told in song, a Handel rarity and Messiah, performed by top artists in churches and concert halls
Wilderness Festival returns with a unique blend of hippy, happy and dance-mad vibes, all in the setting of idyllic Oxfordshire summer
Your passport to the weird and wonderful world of Tim Walker, the man who brings fashion fairy tales to life
Move over, Evan Hansen… Cult Broadway musical Be More Chill brings teen anxiety and catchy songs to London
It’s all about connecting with others through gardening at the 30th anniversary of the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival
An immersive event at the London Library, The Time Machine, is taking audiences on a journey through a labyrinth of parallel universes
David Mitchell plays William Shakespeare in a droll comedy by Blackadder writer Ben Elton. Upstart Crow began on screen and comes to the stage
The Kooks, Tame Impala, The Wombats, Iggy Pop and Johnny Marr among those headlining at All Points East 2020
Phoenix Dance Theatre’s Black Waters, an unflinching examination of the crimes of colonialism, comes to the Peacock Theatre as part of a nationwide tour
Verdi's opera about love, ambition and hypocrisy comes up to date at the Coliseum where a magnificent cast rescues a dire production
Director Lyndsey Turner revives Caryl Churchill's 2000 play Far Away at the Donmar Warehouse – and the 'world at war' drama seems more relevant than ever
Ruben Östlund's icily funny 2014 film about an avalanche is adapted for the stage as part of the Donmar Warehouse's 2020 season
Tickets have gone on sale for Christmas at Sadler’s Wells, which will see the return of Matthew Bourne’s Nutcracker presented by his company New Adventures
Immersive cinema experts Backyard Cinema have retooled Capital Studios to offer an enchanted evening through a magical forest with the Winter Night Garden experience
Join Honest Grapes as they host a wine tasting evening with Lionel Faury of Domaine Faury
Susan-Lori Parks' 1999 play based on The Scarlett Letter is revived at the Donmar Warehouse
Details are emerging of Akram Khan’s much anticipated new creation for English National Ballet, Creature, which has its world premiere at Sadler’s Wells in April
Hearts are aflutter all over London at the news of Sergei Polunin’s return as Romeo to Alina Cojocaru’s Juliet in a new Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall
Discover our ability to change the future with a visionary festival of talks, comedy, music, art and interactive experiences
Breakin’ Convention 2020, the unmissable International Festival of Hip Hop, returns to Sadler’s Wells for a triumphant 17th year running
Richard Strauss's richly orchestrated opera based on the Greek tragedy in which a furious daughter avenges the murder of her father
A young woman's hopes of marriage are dashed by a rash act, and her baby faces an uncertain future, in Janácek's opera
Passions run high and jealousy proves deadly in this award-winning, heat-soaked double bill
Asia’s foremost contemporary dance company, Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan, returns to Sadler’s Wells with two UK premieres, Dust and 13 Tongues
Open your mind with a season of talks at the Royal Institution spanning topics such as sustainable fashion, online parenting and the speed of light
Stimulating discussion meets first class comedy and music at HowTheLightGetsIn Festival in Hereford's Hay-on-Wye
Viviana Durante Company’s Isadora Now, which premieres at the Barbican, pays homage to the influential American free dancer Isadora Duncan
From the chance to hear Helen Mirren and Hilary Mantel live, to academics addressing the climate crisis, we round up the London talks to book now
Richard Gadd relives a fateful chance encounter in his autobiographical debut play, which comes to the West End after impressing at the Fringe