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These are the best Christmas pantos to see in London with the family this season
Move over, Evan Hansen… Cult Broadway musical Be More Chill brings teen anxiety and catchy songs to London
A new immersive experience from The Lost Estate: The Great Christmas Feast offers the chance to dine in the world of Dickens' classic Christmas tale
Mischief Theatre, award-winning purveyors of sell-out slapstick hilarity, takes us back to school with Groan Ups
Rambert become the latest company to mark Merce Cunningham’s centenary with Rambert Event, a thrilling programme bringing together big names in dance, music and art
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the love story to end all love stories, airs at Regents Park's Open Air Theatre this summer
Magical theatre adaptation of Man Booker-winning novel Life of Pi hits West End stage, after five-star reviews of sellout Sheffield production
Brian Friel's 'finest and most universal' play gets a major revival at the National Theatre
Kunene and the King transfers to Ambassadors Theatre after a five-star premiere in Stratford-upon-Avon
Rambert2, the junior ensemble of Britain’s oldest dance company, brings a new and exciting triple bill to Sadler’s Wells
Ghost Stories returns for a limited run on the West End, just in time for a terrifying Halloween treat
As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew and Measure for Measure transfer to London after impressing in Stratford-upon-Avon
Christmas is coming and to make the most of the festive fun in London, you’ll want to book early…
Rhys Ifans stars in Ed Thomas's semi-autobiographical story about the relationship between place and memory
Come aboard the Cutty Sark for an immersive murder mystery experience this Halloween
ZSL London Zoo is the place to be this Christmas, with Santa's grotto, film screenings and more.
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a revival of Peter Nichols' landmark bittersweet comedy about caring for a disabled child
From Ian McKellen sharing anecdotes to Andrew Scott on playing that sexy priest, we've rounded up the most exciting London talks to book now
Ballet doesn’t come much more thrilling than English National Ballet’s Le Corsaire, which arrives at the Coliseum just in time to brighten up the darkest of London winters
Choreographer Wayne McGregor directs the first of ENO's four operas on the Orpheus myth, spanning three centuries. Gluck's version stars Alice Coote, Sarah Tynan and Soraya Mafi
Historic Royal Palaces invites you to Kensington Palace for Bright Nights, a night to explore the complex and contested legacy of the British Empire.
Don your Dirndl or Lederhosen and get ready to raise a stein at Doktoberfest, a raucous celebration of Munich’s beer festival in London’s Docklands
David Mitchell plays William Shakespeare in a droll comedy by Blackadder writer Ben Elton. Upstart Crow began on screen and comes to the stage
Looking for things to do in London with the family this Christmas? From the best winter wonderlands to the most beautiful ice rinks, get ready for festive cheer
After a knockout tour across the globe, Queen and Adam Lambert announce their new UK tour featuring six nights at the O2
The Old Royal Naval College has re-opened the Painted Hall, one of Europe's most beautiful eighteenth century interiors
Ben Duke’s Juliet & Romeo, a startling and thought provoking take on the greatest ever love story, returns for a short run at Wilton's Music Hall
In its brand-new work Staging Schiele, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance evokes the extraordinary work and tragically short life of the Austrian painter Egon Schiele
Marina Carr and Yaël Farber collaborate in an atmospheric but overwrought new version of Lorca’s Blood Wedding at the Young Vic
The Betterment, Jason Atherton’s new restaurant, opens on Grosvenor Square – a stone’s throw from the site of his old boss Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant Lucky Cat
The dancer/choreographer who did more than anybody else to drag tap dance into modern times, Michelle Dorrance, brings Dorrance Dance back to Sadler’s Wells with Myelination and other works
Lyndsey Turner directs a revival of Far Away featuring costumes designed by London College of Fashion students