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Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
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Following the triumphant Can You Ever Forgive Me?, director Marielle Heller returns to tell the story of beloved children's entertainer Fred Rogers
From Grayson Perry's views on consumerism at Victoria Miro to Cuba's revolutionary art the House of Illustration, here are the shows to see this week
Awards season soldiers on with some star-studded releases and a brand new satire. Whether it's Chris Morris, Todd Phillips or Donna Tartt – there's plenty to pick this weekend
LIMF 2020 brings the best of international non-verbal theatre to London
From the rumours about who is playing Glastonbury 2020 to the first confirmed headliner... here's who will (and might) be rocking Worthy Farm
Traditional and innovative ballet alternates with Verdi, Beethoven and a new family opera
Jonas Kaufmann stars in Beethoven's heroic opera, in the year that marks 250 years since the composer's birth
Cute cakes, finger food, and scrumptious scones – treat your children to one of these charming afternoon teas in London
Here are the best shows to book now for autumn and winter's Christmas season for your toddler, from Peppa Pig to panto
Welcome return of Verdi's tragedy based on Shakespeare, with Gregory Kunde in the title role and Ermonela Jaho as Desdemona
The Royal Ballet’s sumptuous new production of the timeless classic Swan Lake, returns to the Royal Opera House for the first time since its acclaimed debut two years ago
Looking for things to do in London with the kids this November? We’ve rounded up the best the city has to offer.
Two contrasting concerts: flop on cushions for the words and music of TS Eliot and Britten or discover a resourceful story-teller in music
Gen Z darling Billie Eilish announces 2020 world tour, finishing with two exclusive gigs at the O2
From cult spinning classes to cat cafés, we round up the London wellness events to nourish your mind, body and soul
Wondering where to watch the fireworks in London? Bonfire Night 2019 is ablaze with impressive displays. Culture Whisper rounds up the best
World Ballet Day 2019 sees 24 hours of non-stop ballet from all corners of the earth live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube
Eminent South African artist Mary Sibande has her first solo show at Somerset House
Ballet doesn’t come much more thrilling than English National Ballet’s Le Corsaire, which arrives at the Coliseum just in time to brighten up the darkest of London winters
A man leaves his heart in San Francisco in Joe Talbot's emotional debut exploring the homes we leave behind
Strap on your skates and prepare to glide across the city's most festive, glittering rinks this winter with our guide to the best ice skating in London
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter Chelsea Clinton come to London to discuss gutsy women and feminist resilience
The on-sale dates for Glastonbury 2020 tickets have been announced. Here's when, where and how to get tickets, from registration to booking
A world premiere from play writing royalty Tom Stoppard: Leopoldstadt follows the highs and lows of a Jewish family in the first half of the 20th century
From Oscar winners to indie gems, it's time to take stock of what 2019 has given us. Only the best, here's every five-star film to catch up with this year
For a Christmas celebration to take your breath away, don't forget to register for the Westminster Abbey service; without a doubt the best carol concert in London
This September the House of Illustration will launch a fascinating exhibition of Cuban propaganda art
The Affordable Art Fair returns to Battersea for its 20th anniversary with a '90s twist
Grayson Perry examines consumerism and identity in his latest exhibition at Victoria Miro
Are you ready for the autumn showers. Avoid a wardrobe washout with our pick of waterproof jackets that don't compromise on style