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Maisie Williams stars in Lauren Gunderson's fast-talking, two-character teen drama, I and You at the Hampstead Theatre
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World premiere after 180 years of a tragic opera by Donizetti
When a young woman refuses to accept the hand of any of her competing suitors, she is humiliated in public, but then falls disastrously in love
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Puccini, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Cilea ... and the comical story of a secret vice
The international opera star talks about singing in secret, her breakthrough as an understudy, and a world premiere, 180 years on
Ozark is back to Netflix, along with new releases The Innocents and Disenchantment
The bold, ballsy debut play by Drywrite Theatre's Vicky Jones returns to Soho Theatre for a limited run
Here's our round up of the pop-ups not to miss this summer
Want some advice on your latest novel? Well, comedian Christopher Bliss is going to give it to you anyway
As part of the Hayward Gallery's 50th anniversary celebrations, enjoy Lee Bul's sinister but utterly beautiful first major UK retrospective for just 50p
The British-Brazilian choreographer Jean Abreu returns to the Horniman Museum with Solo for Two, a site-specific work which explores identity with the help of a clever robot
Fortnum's X Frank makes a triumphant return this autumn with a showcase of 70 large-scale monochromatic works by British landscape artist John Virtue
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, a moving programme of song interpreted by top artists Ian Bostridge (tenor) and Antonio Pappano (piano)
East London al fresco drinking at its best, with an all-weather heated indoors section and plenty of craft beer
An exhibition all about ice cream opens in London… here’s the scoop
Sun, friends, tunes – bliss: your definitive guide to the summer's best day parties
After the success of Consent, Nina Raine returns to the National Theatre with a new play about the complexity of starting a family
Known for controversy, hardcore fans, and inspiring the likes of Beyoncé, Pattinson, Bowie, and Shatner, Death Grips’ tour comes to conquer London in August with Year of the Snitch
Legendary director Peter Brook returns to the National Theatre to question justice, guilt and redemption
The owners of The Barbary have transformed a crumbling, Grade II listed pub into the coolest spot in Soho
Maverick theatre-maker Anthony Neilson makes his National Theatre debut with an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe
Lots of dance, fun and games for children and their grown-ups, as Family Day returns to The Place this summer
Enjoyed a little too much fun in the sun this weekend? Yes us too. Here's the tell-all guide on how to best soothe that shrimp-like skin
Get outside and glam up your garden: what's big in garden design now
Celebrate the history of the Royal Academy's longest running show with a fascinating journey through 250 years of art