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INALA, the Zulu ballet by Sisters Grimm that transports audiences to the heart of South Africa with live music, singing and dance, returns to London for its West End premiere
Richard Eyre directs Penelope Wilton in the first major revival of David Hare's 1986 hit The Bay at Nice
Hidden Tracks invites speakers to discuss life-changing songs in an evening of live storytelling
Zoologist Jack Ashby tells us how we can spot the biases in how museums talk about animals
Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi is the most expensive artwork ever sold. Two experts come together to discuss the science of authentication
Going Through gives a new perspective on immigration by combining speech, sign language and creative captioning
Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Puccini and more sung by a host of top artists at London's own country house opera
Drawing room dalliances: discover a 'lost' Jane Austen novel in an evening of improvised comedy
The Festival of Ideas returns with a host of influential speakers – from artist Grayson Perry and children's author Dame Jacqueline Wilson, to Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah
Lover, nobleman, scoundrel, liar, cheat... They all roll into one in the character of Don Giovanni, but morality will win the day in a new production by Michael Boyd
The moonlit gardens of the country house opera will add special atmosphere to Britten's opera based on Henry James's ghost story
Northern Ballet dances the story of one of Britain’s most extraordinary monarchs in Victoria, a new narrative ballet by Cathy Marston
Book now for Smetana, Mozart, Offenbach and Britten, in a season of romance, drama and comedy
Headlong theatre company bring a radically different take on Shakespeare's Richard III to the newly-restored Alexandra Palace Theatre
Musical Man of La Mancha, inspired by 'Don Quixote' and featuring the song 'The Impossible Dream', returns to the West End after 50 years
It frightened London audiences to oblivion before and it will do it again. Ghost Stories returns to the Lyric Hammersmith this spring
George A Romero's Night of the Living Dead is receiving its own officially authorised stage adaptation at the Pleasance Theatre in London. They're coming to get you!
Music, theatre, comedy, literature, dance and more, all in one fabulous festival: the Latitude 2019 line-up is here
See the special guest star cellist and hear Puccini and Verdi at their best, when the Spanish-born tenor reprises favourite arias on his international tour
The Crown Dual is a new comedy showing the hilarious consequences of when a queen misses out on her crown
The ultimate generation zen event: the UK's most easy-going festival returns with a spectacular line-up of world music
International ballet stars come together in Against the Stream, a gala night masterminded by entrepreneur and former Principal Dancer Ivan Putrov to celebrate ballet pioneers
From Ian McKellen sharing anecdotes from his life in the spotlight to Michelle Obama discussing her book Becoming, we've rounded up the most exciting London talks to book now
Consider your summer evenings sorted, thanks to Luna Cinema. London's favourite open-air cinema is back with a dazzling programme of screenings in jaw-dropping settings
London gets a slice of the action as hit musical Waitress brings sweet story of pie-baking and self-discovery to the West End
A secret vessel celebrates 100 years of Prohibition in an immersive evening on the Thames
Olivier Awards nominations have just been announced, here's where to watch them in London
From WWII sleuthing to sun-soaked seventies disco, here are the kooky adventures and immersive experiences London will get in 2019
The Russian ballet superstar Natalia Osipova is The Mother in an especially commissioned Arthur Pita work coming to the Southbank Centre in the summer
From the world of Harry Potter to an evening with James Bond, here are the live concert screenings to book in for
Pixar favourites including Toy Story, Ratatouille and Monsters Inc come to life with a live orchestral performance
Experience the classic '80s film with a live orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall