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We look forward to the biggest events and best exhibitions of 2016, from the Rolling Stones to the Royal Academy
It's man against the machine this winter as bold boundary-breaking theatre company 1927 satirise technology in a spectacular family show.
Tena Štivičić's new play spans fifty turbulent years of Croatia’s capital in an epic story of one family and its indomitable women.
Contemporary dance’s favourite enfant terrible, Wayne McGregor, brings his own Random Dance Company to Sadler’s Wells with his newest piece, Atomos.
NEWS: Fashion maverick John Galliano announces first Margiela show in London.
NEWS: Spanish architects, SelgasCano revealed as the 15th Serpentine Pavilion designers
EDITOR'S PICK: Tate Britain exhibitions 2014: the Duveen Galleries welcome Phillip King’s abstract and colourful sculptures
NEWS: As the design event of 2018 -Garden Bridge- gets the green light from London councils, we tell you why the Joanna Lumley endorsed construsction is fabulous, but flawed
NEWS: The new Chanel film 2014 is sublime and ridiculous, just as it should be.
EDITOR'S PICK: The first major exhibition of The Royal Photographic Society Collection highlights pioneering experiments and modern classics
New pop up shop London College of Fashion, COLLEGE SHOP, opens under the christmas lights on Carnaby Street.
NEWS: Marking the end of an era with her death, PD James has left behind 21 mysteries and a great legacy.
NEWS: What would Michelangelo say? Iconic David leads the incredible fakes back on display at the V&A
EDITOR'S PICK: Move aside Andy Warhol, Saatchi Art Gallery London unveils a new exhibition of shocking Pop Art by Russian and Chinese artists.
NEWS: Georgia O’Keeffe does it for the ladies and breaks record for the most expensive painting ever sold at auction by a female artist.
NEWS: Another innovation from the Tate Modern: Minecraft Worlds inspired by iconic works available to download November 24, bringing great art to new audiences.
NEWS: Mike Nichols, director of The Graduate and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, has died aged 83.
New Band Aid single 2014, released 15th November to combat the Ebola crisis
As this year's winners are announced, Alice Godwin tells you all you need to know about the National Portrait Gallery's new exhibition of photographic portraiture
Branford Marsalis, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Snarky Puppy are just some of the performances at this year's EFG London Jazz Festival
Iconic legends of rock and roll Fleetwood Mac are back, having regrouped for a colossal tour entitled On With The Show, which hits London's o2 arena on the 27th of May
Polaroid: Taylor Swift, FKA twigs, Lana Del Rey and Miley Cyrus are all embracing the old-fashioned instant camera, says Laura Tennant
Shop the perfect Christmas dress: Harvey Nichols presents the Wrap Shop, the best edit of Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dresses
The world renowned dancer Sylvie Guillem announces her farewell performance at Sadler's Wells
A trio of unknown rappers from Edinburgh have scooped the Mercury Prize 2014 for their album Dead reports Bob Trafford
Bella Freud sweater: designer daughter of artist Lucien Freud, teams up with School of Life
Max Stafford Clark revives Timberlake Wertenbaker's award winning play about convicts and the humanising power of theatre at Richmond Theatre for four nights this November
Chanel announces collaboration with singer, Pharrell Williams, for new film, reports India Doyle
As Egon Schiele’s nudes cause a sensation at The Courtauld Gallery London exhibition, Alice Godwin discovers what all the fuss is about
The iconic Dominican fashion designer, known for his show-stopping evening gowns, has died after a long battle with cancer.
New advert for Chanel No.5, directed by Baz Luhrmann
The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival 2014 was a classy affair, and the best contemporary authors espoused their views.