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After impressing on Broadway, the stage musical of Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge brings spectacular spectacular theatre to London in autumn 2021
Lauren Fagan returns to the role of Verdi's Violetta in a revival of Rodula Gaitanou's moving production, given added poignancy by the times we live in
Helmed by Stephen Daldry and Good Chance Theatre, The Walk sees a giant puppet of a Syrian refugee travel from her homeland to the UK in search of her mother
The Royal Ballet kicks off its 2021/22 season with Kenneth MacMillan's powerful rendering of Romeo and Juliet – the greatest love story of all
Mozart's comic opera opens a new summer season at the capital's own country house opera
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Emma Stone stars in this surprisingly fabulous solo prequel, examining the origins of Cruella de Vil. Emma Thompson and Mark Strong also star
Message in a Bottle, Kate Prince and Sting’s acclaimed show, returns to the Peacock Theatre where its triumphant run was cut short by the Covid-19 lockdown
180 The Strand unveils a breathtaking immersive project by Japanese electronic composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda, taking us on a cyber-technological sensorial experience
Avoid a wardrobe washout with our pick of waterproof jackets that don't compromise on style
Choreographer David Dawson’s METAMORPHOSIS, presented by Dutch National Ballet, was the perfect work for International Dance Day
Lana Del Rey's seventh studio album Chemtrails is a gorgeous, minimalist and confident anthology, mixing nostalgic fantasies with personal storytelling
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Constellations, Nick Payne’s seminal play probing the infinite possibilities facing a relationship returns to the West End with four diverse and starry casts
A powerful man who uses his status to seduce women looks as topical as ever, but he has met his match in Donna Anna
Maverick director Richard Jones salutes tradition in a spirited and moving reading of Puccini's heart-breaker
Josh O'Connor and Jessie Buckley play Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers in this intimately filmed, National Theatre version of Romeo and Juliet
Parisian restaurant Frenchie brings Continental flavours to Covent Garden
The Easter story told in song, JS Bach and Handel's Messiah, performed by top artists and streamed from London churches and concert halls
Teen drag queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Marina Abramović's life's work is to form a major Royal Academy exhibition this autumn
As the weather improves and the evenings become brighter, thoughts turn to outdoor pursuits and warmer days. Here are 10 paintings to help get you in the mood for spring
A new-look theatre welcomes audiences safely for Mozart, Verdi, Janacek and romantic Mascagni
The gourmet takeaway has evolved into the meal kit: a restaurant-standard meal requiring minimal assemblage at home. Here are the restaurants delivering them
Monthly music and drama sessions for pre-school children that are fun for all the family
Due to the ongoing pandemic, Glastonbury festival, which was due to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2020, has been postponed until 2022
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Subscription boxes inspire and educate, not to mention providing some much-needed excitement to keep kids enthused over lockdown
Emilia Clarke swaps her dragons for a Seagull in a fresh version of Chekhov's classic play, as part of Jamie Lloyd's theatre season
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2021
Buckle up 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
Carols, traditional songs, uplifting instrumentals and rousing choruses to herald the festive season, all given to a live audience in Covid-safe churches and concert halls