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Recuperate or celebrate New Year's Eve with this list of the best London hotels
No expenses are being spared at the Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival 2019. Expect an ice rink, funfair, bonfire and Rob da Bank on the decks
Sell-out production Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns to the London Palladium for summer 2020
Looking for a restful escape that won’t break the bank? We round up affordable wellness retreats in the UK
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s first programme of a short Sadler’s Wells autumn residency is a mixed bill in collaboration with Ballet Black, fresh from a turn at the Glastonbury Festival
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
Your passport to the weird and wonderful world of Tim Walker, the man who brings fashion fairy tales to life
From majestic performances in stunning settings to intimate local gatherings in churches near you, we round up the best Christmas carol concerts London has to offer
An enchanting production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes to The Bridge Theatre for the festive season
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
From Nikki Giovanni in conversation to fairy tales retold, we round up what to catch at the London Literature Festival 2019
Immersive theatre company dotdotdot return to London with a new experience based on The War of The Worlds. Don a VR headset and become a character in the story
Playwright Anupama Chandrasekhar’s latest play When the Crows Visit premieres at the Kiln Theatre this autumn
We round up our favourite hotels around the UK to escape to in autumn
A charged and enthralling production of The Fishermen, adapted from the Booker Prize-shortlisted novel by Chigozie Obioma
Wondering where to go to see out 2019? From glossy parties to underground raves, here are some of the most exciting ways to spend New Year's Eve in London
The 2020 Hampton Court Palace Festival promises to rival the better-known Chelsea
Birmingham Royal Ballet ends a brief residency at Sadler’s Wells with its own production of the uber-Romantic ballet, Giselle
With its new programme, Evolution, Acosta Danza, Carlos Acosta’s own Cuban company, shows its versatility in a programme of new work and one old favourite
See in 2020 somewhere spectacular with our guide to the best UK holidays for New Years Eve - from Hogmanay to wild swimming
London offers dance for the whole family this Christmas, with new works alongside classsics
The 1940s-style cocktail bar Cahoots is a bucket list staple, and a second underground-themed location opens soon
Don't miss the best of London theatre: 2019 promises tonnes of talent, a surplus of stars and ample applause. Here are the shows we're excited to see
Catch the internationally-acclaimed Soul of Shaolin as it plays in London for the first time, combining acrobatics, rousing music and wow-factor theatrical design
Silent Lines, Russell Maliphant’s latest work exploring rich connections between the internal and external worlds through movement, reaches Sadler’s Wells in October
Bohemian Rhapsody, The Greatest Showman, Rocketman and more: every sing-along to know about in London this year
New head chef George Farrugia serves up food to rival the glorious views at the restaurant atop the Walkie Talkie tower
The popular event for Friends fanatics is coming back with a special holiday edition this Christmas
The 2019 CW round-up of the best Christmas film screenings and immersive experiences in London: find the ultimate night in when you're going out this festive season
Welcome new production of Harrison Birtwistle's instant classic, a complex retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice story
Offenbach's comic opera guarantees laughter with English National Opera and director Emma Rice in charge of the opening musical party
After a series of celebrated comedy shows, Richard Gadd unveils a theatre debut revolving aroun a disturbing time in his life