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Book ahead for this Benjamin Grosvenor Piano Recital: the Barbican hosts one of the best British pianists playing today.
Dover Street Market London: New Spring Summer 2015 collections in store.
Witth her broken heart and ear for melody, she's one of the best singer-songwriters around. Make sure you book this Sharon van Etten London gig 2015 .
Things to do in London this week, Wed 14th Jan to Wed 21st Jan 2015: the best cultural events, from a Cannes Prize winner (Whiplash) to astounding physical comedy (Kraken).
Stage and screen star James McAvoy (Macbeth) and Jamie Lloyd (director) reunite for Trafalgar Transformed Season 2 with the first ever revival of Peter Barnes’ satirical comedy about aristocracy.
Courtauld Gallery exhibition brings rarely seen works on paper to new gallery in Somerset House.
The deeply affecting relationships between young men in WWI are the focus of a new work presented by the fabulous BalletBoyz, Sadler’s Wells.
New detox restaurant in Holborn houses one of best new pop-up bars, perfect for dry January sustenance, with vegan restaurants in London getting a trendy new contender.
New restaurant in Clapham is making exciting waves on the London food scene by offering haute-cuisine at a very reasonable price. South London, get excited.
Exhibitions on Screen releases documentary on Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' from the Mauritshuis Gallery, Amsterdam.
Things to do in London this week, Wed 7th Jan to Wed 14th Jan 2015: the best cultural events, from Cajun dining (Hank's Po-boys) to world class performance (Royal Danish Ballet).
Dancers of the Royal Ballet raise funds for the Ann Maguire Arts Education Fund.
Don't miss the return of La Roux: London gig marks the return of the 'Going In For The Kill' singer.
Beware the Jabberwock: Lewis Carroll's mythical beast is brought to life in a magical musical world of marionettes and morals hidden in the nonsense.
Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman looks set to be one of the best films 2015.
Unique Japanese supper club Monograph brings a food event London gastronomes will be raring to attend.
Looking for cosy, romantic restaurants? London is in for a treat, as Gordon Ramsay presents his Winter Cabin in Regent's Park.
With a trail of 5 star reviews from Chichester, Gypsy starring Imelda Staunton is set to be one of the best musicals in the West End, 2015.
Jump at the chance to see the acclaimed pianist Nil Frahms: Roundhouse 2015 houses the German's enthralling live show.
Looking for the best exhibitions over Christmas? Whitechapel Gallery's exhibition from the V-A-C collection features Richter, Bridget Riley and Warhol.
Principals and soloists from the prestigious Royal Danish Ballet make a rare and unmissable visit to London.
From winter retreats to Scandi eats, the best in Christmas feasting.
London's best brunch spots: while away hungry mornings (and afternoons), with a feast of the best brunch recommendations
Break out of the Christmas cocoon and enjoy some of the fabulous family events to make the most of the holidays and amuse all ages.
Escape the piles of wrapping paper and catch a film after Christmas in London, from retrospectives at our favourite film institutions to hot new releases in UK Cinemas.
Damian Lewis, Homeland star, returns to the London stage for revival of David Mamet's sharp comedy for a short run.