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Awarded annually to an artist born, living or working in Britain, the Turner Prize reflects the best of British Art today
Fine dining, lush foliage and eclectic interiors make The Petersham a charming retreat in the heart of Covent Garden
Off the beaten track, but photographic heaven, this Monroe showcase is one of the most Instagrammable art exhibitions London has to offer this spring
The Detox Kitchen Bible Recipe: delicious and healthy vegetarian recipe for homemade falafel
The Royal Academy makes a splash with Oceania, the UK's first large-scale overview of South Pacific art
This superlative revival of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece has substance, form and a formidably talented team – now there's another chance to see it
Return to the smokey dance halls of the seventies at Southbank’s immersive ABBA exhibition
BRAT celebrates Basque-inspired, wood fire-led cooking with thrilling verve
An exhibition that shocks, inspires, and leaves you with the unshakeable urge to reconsider your wardrobe
Prepare for puppets, projections, live music, and automatons in this ambitious performance of Sleeping Beauty in the Wood at Little Angel Theatre
The best festival in the UK? Portmeirion No. 6 is our best worst kept secret about North Wales
BBC Four Dance Season continues with a fascinating documentary that follows prima ballerina Zenaida Yanowsky as she prepares for one final performance of The Dying Swan.
With her incredible voice, unrivalled dance moves and otherworldly presence, Beyoncé is the star woman across the world unite in fawning over
Kenneth MacMillan’s enduringly popular Romeo and Juliet comes to Sadler's Wells this summer courtesy of Birmingham Royal Ballet
Check out a very different kind of nightlife at Life in the Dark, the Natural History Museum's new exhibition
After impressing at the Hampstead Theatre, David Hare's The Moderate Soprano brings the charming story Glyndebourne opera to the West End
Design Museum London stages blockbuster Azzedine Alaia exhibition this spring
Show some love for the zoo, would you? Don't miss out on these fabulous activities at Battersea Park Children's Zoo this May half-term
The unstoppable playwright behind Ink and Labour of Love hits the jackpot once more with this witty game-show drama
Step into the world of Star Wars with this immersive pop-up
Free events at the V&A this May half-term will take kids back to the future
Fancy nosing around 10 Downing Street? Or exploring the New South London Gallery's garden? Discover the best secret gardens in London with Open Garden Squares Weekend
After superlative reviews and a sellout run, Complicite's extraordinary exploration of sounds and storytelling returns to the Barbican for 2018
In need of feel good, family shows in London? Want to know what kids' theatre and musicals are on in April 2018? Here's our pick of the best
The National Gallery's new exhibition of Claude Monet paintings majestically illuminates a much neglected facet of the painter's work
Sweet doesn't mean sinful: our foodie and nutrition expert shares this protein-packed breakfast tartine recipe
Lia Williams plays Miss Jean Brodie as Muriel Spark's novel is adapted for the stage
Get ready to swoon: a 'lost' Jane Austen novel is created on the spot in this cult improvised comedy
Bloomin' Marvelous: learn to flower arrange like an expert with our series of floral masterclasses curated with Dover Street florist, Ellie Hartley
From a moving tale of physical recovery to Wes Anderson's latest creation: the best films out in cinemas now
The latest quirky and colourful animated adventure from Wes Anderson, Isle of Dogs follows a bunch of canines stranded off Japan’s coast and features an incredibly characterful all-star voice cast
One of today's most fashionable choreographers, Wayne McGregor, brings his own Company back to Sadler's Wells with his science-infused work, Autobiography