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The best London art exhibitions to see this month include the return of Ai Wei Wei and the exciting opening of the Gilbert and George centre.
Matthew Bourne's radical take on Romeo and Juliet returns to Sadler's Wells following its sell-out first run there four years ago
Brokeback Mountain looks the part and is fronted by two worthy stars, but this mechanical production fails to capture the intense longing of the story
Ola Ince’s revival of Olivier-winning musical Once On This Island is performed with gusto at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Stormzy, The Strokes, HAIM, Jungle and Dermot Kennedy to headline All Points East 2023, with Field Day festival sandwiched in between
The vigour, sunshine and sheer artistry of Andalucia return to London with the 2023 edition of Sadler's Wells Flamenco Festival
Olivier-winning duo Bertie Carvel (Ink) and Patsy Ferran (Summer and Smoke) star in Richard Jones's revival of Pygmalion for the Old Vic
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
Australian Ballet returns to London with Balanchine's glittering Jewels and a one-off 60th anniversary gala
Lolita Chakrabarti's adaptation of Maggie O’Farrell’s best-selling novel Hamnet comes to the West End for a 14-week run
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
Young dancers from the UK and abroad join forces for the Next Generation Festival at the Linbury Theatre this summer
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
The Royal Ballet's last programme of the season is a triple bill showcasing choreographers Wayne McGregor, Christopher Wheeldon and Kenneth MacMillan
London's love affair with musicals shows no sign of abating, with beloved revivals and fresh arrivals landing this May. Elsewhere, outdoor theatres reopen!
Philip Ridley’s critically acclaimed 2007 play Leaves of Glass is revived at the Park Theatre in a new production starring Bridgerton's Geraldine Alexander
Immersive, experimental and running with a theme of 're-enchantment', ALSO Festival returns to Compton Verney’s Park Farm for its 10th anniversary edition
From the National Theatre to the West End: Lyndsey Turner's production of The Crucible is back on stage with a new cast including Milly Alcock and Brian Gleeson
The new cohort of National Youth Dance company strut their stuff in Novacene directed by Wayne McGregor and costumed by Grace Wales Bonner
English National Ballet's Cinderella-in-the-round adapts Christopher Wheeldon's detailed production to the vast space of the Royal Albert Hall
The great Carlos Acosta returns to the Royal Opera House with Carlos at 50, a programme that celebrates another landmark in his illustrious life and career
Summer 2023 welcomes the return to London of the Australian Ballet, says goodbye to a much-loved Royal Ballet ballerina and celebrates a very special birthday
Ivo van Hove’s A Little Life is as relentless and harrowing as you’d expect, but artfully staged and led by a breathtaking central performance from James Norton
All eyes on Battersea and Clapham this month, as south-west London delivers two of April's most exciting restaurant openings
Playwright James Graham turns his attention to football, exploring the struggles of the England men's team through their manager Gareth Southgate at the National
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
Returning favourite Dinosaur World Live brings to life prehistoric heroes from the Jurassic times in the leafy confines of Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Director Timothy Sheader helms a long-awaited revival of Olivier and Tony-winning musical La Cage aux Folles at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Writer Carl Grose and director Melly Still promise to send arrows flying in a bold new direction with their production of Robin Hood for Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri's first kids' novel Every Leaf A Hallelujah has been adapted for the stage, hoping to delight little theatregoers at Regent's Park this summer
Bach tells the Easter story, two new operas and a brand-new choir features top voices