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Photography exhibitions don't get much bigger than the Sony World Photography Awards
Ballet Black returns to the Barbican with an exciting new double bill of works that ponder questions of being and belonging
Pop song-writer supreme Max Martin presents new Shakespearean musical & Juliet exploring life after Romeo
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Booking is open for one of London's favourite summer opera seasons. This year, Ponchielli, Puccini and a world premiere, plus a tune-packed musical
Cocktails in the City returns to the Vaults
Book now for grand opera in a country setting. An Italian rarity opens the Grange Park summer season and gives music-lovers a chance to hear a much-loved classic
The Russian secret service officer poisoned in his adopted home of London is at the heart of a new opera inspired by his career, marriage and assassination
DNA VR is launching a new site in Hammersmith where gamers can walk with dinosaurs, swim with whales or even join Alice in Wonderland
Hello Dolly! Imelda Staunton will be looking swell on stage as socialite matchmaker Dolly Levi in a revival of a classic musical
New music festival Bigfoot offers big-name headliners plus pop-up versions of top London restaurants, all in the picturesque setting of Ragley Hall in Warwickshire
American choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s critically acclaimed New Work for Goldberg Variations has its European premiere at the Barbican this spring
This London festival brings together leading lifestyle events: Spirit of Summer Fair, House & Garden Fair and The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, to celebrate stylish summer living
Hear from superstar chef Ottolenghi as he delves into the inspiration for his new book, Flavour, in a talk at Union Chapel
Northern Ballet’s Geisha is an evocative story of sisterhood and sacrifice coming to Sadler’s Wells in the spring as part of a nationwide tour to mark the company’s 50th anniversary
Nadia Fall's Welcome to Iran is based on real-life testimonials about modern Iranian life. It opens in Stratford before transferring to the NT
Welcome return to the Coliseum of Anthony Minghella's production of Puccini's tragedy. A young Japanese woman falls for an American officer, but their marriage is doomed
Alex Jennings plays a raffish vicar in this dark new comedy about family, faith and and community
Friends, colleagues and inveterate music-makers, the great German tenor and Covent Garden conductor give a recital of favourite pieces
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 idyllic setting of an Oxfordshire summer
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
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
Join Honest Grapes as they host a wine tasting evening with Lionel Faury of Domaine Faury