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Simon Stephen's adaptation distills the passion of opera through the anonymity of modern city life with poetic power Lucy Brooks
REVIEW: the West End transfer of 'Oppenheimer' is an unmissable, emotionally charged epic, says Moya Stirrup.
Excited about the 2015 Olivier Awards? Here's our guide to the Olivier nominated shows and stars you can still see on stage in London this year.
Fast-paced, spitting with emotion and a joy to watch, The Broken Heart at the Wanamaker playhouse is not to be missed, writes Helena Kealey.
A world premiere from Closer playwright Patrick Marber: new play Red Lion comes to the National Theatre, summer 2015.
PRACTICAL: Booking opens tomorrow for the Barbican classical music season 2015/16. We have carefully selected the highlights for your convenience.
REVIEW: It was overseen by National Theatre artistic director Nicholas Hytner and all the Tom Stoppard themes are there, but is it a brilliant play? asks Ella Cory-Wright
REVIEW: This intense, electrifying indie blows all others out of the water: hands down the best film of 2015 so far.
EDITOR'S PICK: Wondering what's on at the cinema this weekend? India Halstead rounds up the latest cinema listings, from epic saga Wild to indie gem Whiplash
From Bond to Star Wars, the biggest films for upcoming release, London 2015.
From enlightening exhibitions to immersive theatre adventures, there's plenty to inspire and entertain children in London next year.
EDITOR'S PICK: The Marx Brothers' Duck Soup and A Night at the Opera are among other classics enjoying a retrospective season at the BFI Southbank this month.
A sharply witty look at the mounting pressure on under-funded local authorities from writer of Let the Right One in and This is England '86, Jack Thorne.
Upcoming Stornoway concert: London's Islington Assembly Hall hosts the Oxford-bred band, renowned for their wistfulness and soaring folk.
New immersive theatre London experience based on the tales of the Brothers Grimm explores the realms of human imagination.
The Hauser & Wirth Pipilotti Rist exhibition takes no prisoners in this visceral and engaging video work that plunges inside the human body
EDITOR'S PICK: In this exhibition of war photography, Tate Modern show how photographers look back on the horror of conflict, whether over a distance of days or decades.
Legendary actor Tommy Lee Jones brings us The Homesman: the perfect way to spend an evening in London this winter.
Of all the exhibitions in London this winter, the Howard Hodgkin Gagosian show is a masterclass in modern painting
Fancy a London fine-dining pop-up restaurant with a Michelin star? The Le Méridien Piccadilly hosts superchef Jason Howard and his exquisite Caribbean flavours.
EDITOR'S PICK: The editor of British Vogue, Alexandra Shulman, talks to Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman at The Photographer's Gallery
A genre-defying collaboration between two maverick figures from diverse dance traditions, writes Ruth Mattock
This November writer and national treasure Sir David Hare will transform American journalist Katherine Boo’s unforgettable book into a play, directed by Rufus Norris, starring Meera Syal
Come and see the Next Big Thing in action in this upcoming George Ezra concert: Brixton Academy welcomes this soulful, baby-faced singer-songwriter.
Mike Leigh presents Mr Turner: London cinemas get a chance to see the biopic everyone is raving about this Autumn.
An Oscar-worthy performance from Jake Gyllenhaal makes this comic thriller and new film release from director Dan Gilroy one to watch out for. 'Nightcrawler' UK release date October 31st
Film releases 2015 will include the latest of the Star Wars franchise: Episode VII.
FKA twigs returns from her US tour to bring her unique, entrancing sound to The Roundhouse in support of her acclaimed new album, LP1.
Two of classical music's greats, Bernard Haitink and Mitsuko Uchida, interpret three masterpieces with the help of the LSO.
Delving into the issues of British identity at the National Portrait Gallery: Grayson Perry presents a new series of portraits
Film releases this month include director Guillermo del Toro's latest film 'The Book of Life', a bizarrely uncharacteristic but vibrant segue into the realm of children's fantasy
Inspirational designer Ilse Crawford opens her Bermondsey studio for a one off day of talks in this London design event