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Feast your eyes (and the rest of your senses) on the African Vegan Supper Club: the hottest pop-up London has to offer
Writer and director Anthony Neilson takes us into a stale, sexless long term relationship in the Royal Court's Jerwood Theatre Upstairs
Dance carves a niche for itself in LIFT 2018 with four very diverse shows in a range of London venues
Geeks rule in sassy new musical about a teenager who dreams up a comic book blockbuster
Want to know a secret? There are far more female chefs cooking in London than those always mentioned Michelin names. www.womenoffood.com is compiling the definitive list.
Romola Garai stars in a political, provocative new play by Ella Hickson
Public Acts invites a huge company of Londoners to join professional actors on stage in a community production of Pericles
Five world premieres, 1500 illuminated pigeons, a new Punchdrunk and much more make for an enticing 2018 London Festival of International Theatre
If you’re into immersive experiences that blend art forms, be sure to visit Loops of Behaviour, Ann Van den Broek’s installation coming to The Curve at the Barbican this summer
For one night and one night only, see A Little Princess at the Southbank Centre
Avant-garde playwright Eugène Ionesco will be performed at the National Theatre for the first time as Patrick Marber adapts Exit the King
Divorce is a family affair: get ready for the new BBC One drama by Abi Morgan
Stephen Adly Guirgis's taut, dark comedy set in murderers' row is revived at the Young Vic
Young Vic revives a modern masterpiece by Black Panther star Danai Gurira
Bat Out of Hell returns to the Dominion Theatre
It's no longer a case of great museum, lousy cafe with overpriced milky tea and sad cakes, there are some thrilling new dining rooms as captivating as the exhibits
BRAT celebrates Basque-inspired, wood fire-led cooking with thrilling verve
Edible haute couture – the pop-ups to feed your palate and culinary curiosity
There’s a host of royal wedding events happening in London
Dancer/choreographer Julie Cunningham’s latest work, Crave, premieres at the Barbican Pit in May
Gold Whisper members see Juliette Binoche in Let the Sunshine In at the French Institute
National Dance Company Wales comes to The Place in May with its exciting mixed bill, Terra Firma
Discover the history of the original social media through an incredible range of May half-term activities at London's Postal Museum
What happens in the Natural History Museum at night? Creative workshops, animal hunts and science shows await at the Natural History Museum kids' sleepover
Jane Horrocks stars in a new play about a world where kids comes with instruction manuals and refund policies
May brings a bounty of dance to our TV screens courtesy of a variety and exciting BBC Four Dance season
Take a break from city life to take care of yourself. From nap pods to fitness festivals; we've found everything you need to nurture your mind, body, and soul
Let your kids imaginations run rampant through the halls of the Royal Academy of Arts, thanks to a series of creative events at the family studio
After impressing at the Fringe Ontroerend Goed's play about human extinction comes to Battersea Arts Centre
Murderous teen movie Heathers gets a musical theatre makeover at The Other Palace
From panoramic views to hidden gems, we’ve rounded up the best rooftop bars to drink on this summer
A classic fairy tale takes to the high seas: board the Puppet Theatre Barge to see Little Red Riding Hood like never before