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Dr Seuss' environmentalist fable fizzes with fun, originality and imagination in the Old Vic's family show 2017
Emma Rice takes up residency at the Old Vic for a two-play season kicking off with Angela Carter's Wise Children
Three’s a crowd: Max Stafford-Clark directs a major revival of Andrea Dunbar's 1982 play about a three-way fling
A comic tragedy: the musical theatre adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel Fun Home comes the Young Vic after superlative reviews in New York
There's someone for everyone, but will the birdcatcher Papageno ever find his perfect match, Papagena?
An ambitious new two-part play by Alan Ayckbourn takes us into an apocalyptic future where men and women are segregated
Venus and Mars preside over heavenly music
Superior interior: thank Gucci's Alessandro Michele for the brand's foray into homeware, featuring cushions and candles with plenty of print in the picture
James Graham's satire about the rise of the Sun newspaper transfers to the West End
Guts and glory: an immersive escape game at Madame Tussauds lets you fight your way through an Alien landscape
Writer Dennis Kelly and director Lyndsey Turner collaborate on a new play about one couple's life unraveling
The team behind Fleabag return with another unflinchingly funny and feminist play about one woman's sexual escapades
Heads up: Max Mara Art Prize winner Emma Hart brings an imposing and impressive ceramic installation to the Whitechapel Gallery
Step into the swinging Sixties with an immersive production of Hair the Musical at underground venue The Vaults
Benedict Andrews (A Streetcar Named Desire) directs Jack O'Connell and Sienna Miller in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof – Apollo Theatre tickets available now!
Dennis Kelly and John Tiffany collaborate for a 2017-18 National Theatre family show with strings attached...
Puppets, pirates and creatures from the deep: board the good ship Cutty Sark for a packed programme of family fun
Bryan Cranston and Ivo van Hove come to the National Theatre for a timely stage adaptation of cult media satire The Network
A cracking cast of eight perform over 125 characters in Jules Verne’s Victorian romp at Cadogan Hall
Creative excellence and a competitive edge come to London with the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portraiture Prize shortlist at the National Portrait Gallery
Bored with waiting for the queue to subside in Hoppers Soho? The Sethi siblings open a bigger second site in W1 – and you can reserve a table
Three beautiful pieces, and nothing to pay. What more could any music-lover want?
The opening of the Serpentine Pavilion marks the beginning of summer; here's what's in store for the Serpentine's glamorous summer season
London Zoo prepares to open the most daring exhibition yet: dinosaurs
One of our favourite purveyors of Scandi supplies is launching a gorgeous range for kids. See Scandium's children's furniture
A high-calibre team of talents including Simon Stephens, Marianne Elliott, Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham join forces for a new play about a life-changing encounter
Politics in Britain is more highly seasoned than for years – perfect conditions for the return of a Victorian favourite
The virtuoso Spanish guitarist Paco Peña and his Flamenco Dance Company return to Sadler’s Wells with their acclaimed show, Flamencura
Masculinity is in the spotlight at this potent play about conversations in a barbershop, which will return to the National Theatre in November after a sold-out run
Not sure what to do with toddlers in London summer 2017? Try a West End underwater adventure
Watch out, Net-a-Porter: there's a new e-retailer on the block – and it's French