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For one-night only, the Queen Elizabeth Hall hosts Play, a truly cross-cultural event, blending the talents of choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Indian-born dancer Shantala Shivalingappa
Scottish Dance Theatre bring their sexy and exhilarating new work, Velvet Petal, to the Southbank this summer
Families can enjoy a playful offering from multidisciplinary performance company Dadodans when it presents KoKERS at The Place as part of Dance Umbrella 2018
Point of Echoes, contemporary dance outfit bgroup’s atmospheric sea-side ghost story, makes its London debut at The Place
Drag queen Vicky Vox is a killer plant to root for as Little Shop of Horrors is revived 'Somewhere that's Green' this summer
From misadventures on the dark web to a father searching for clues about his daughter's disappearance, three new films this month explore the dark side of the Internet
Danny Boyle's adaptation of the infamous J. Paul Getty story looks set to thrill on BBC Two
James Bond producers reportedly favour Idris Elba as the man to step into Daniel Craig's shoes. Here's who else we're keeping our eyes on
Bigger hair, bigger outfits, bigger stakes: the gritty porn drama from the creator of The Wire returns this autumn
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BBC One drama Wanderlust challenges how we should feel about monogamy and gets hot under the collar
When does Vanity Fair start on ITV? Who else is in the cast with Olivia Cooke? Here's everything you need to know about the ITV adaptation
A thrilling tale of international espionage, The Little Drummer Girl is being adapted for TV by Korean director Park Chan-wook and will star Florence Pugh
A chance to hear some of your favourite podcasts live
Your home, as we all know, is your castle. So why not fill it with beautiful things? Look no further: here's our guide to the best online design websites
Tango, dub, rap, fusion... The classics give way to new dance and song rhythms in a number of Proms designed to cross musical barriers
A spectacular season of classical music, steeped in Stravinsky, features top soloists and dynamic conductors
The world's top orchestras and solo artists unveil their programmes for London, and there is something for every musical taste
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)
Prepare for a blockbuster Autumn season at Somerset House: exhibitions include this poignant multi-disciplinary show exploring the effect of grief on our mental and emotional stability
Feast your eyes (and the rest of your senses) on the hottest African pop-up supper club London has to offer
The best iPlayer box sets to download and watch now right now
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
London's first ever sleep exhibition asks why we need shut-eye and how we can be getting more of it
As part of the Hayward Gallery's 50th anniversary celebrations, enjoy Lee Bul's sinister but utterly beautiful first major UK retrospective
Improv, comedy, sketch show and verbatim theatre combine in Improbable Theatre's exploration of living with disability
From a horror house to a gamer's paradise, VR experiences to try in London
From the creators of Parks and Recreation and Master of None: a new comedy starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen
Eat Art and Eat Talk are new this year, alongside a pop-up exploring the sensory future of dining
School's out for summer: keep children entertained with our round up of the best London has to offer throughout the 2018 summer holidays
Sun, sea, sand and something to read: these are the best children's books, summer 2018, that you need in your suitcase
Celebrate the centenary of Mandela's birth with a new exhibition tracing his phenomenal life achievements at Southbank Centre