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Stellar outdoor art, music and dance festival comes to Grosvenor Square this summer for its inaugural year
Welcome return to Covent Garden of a moving Verdi grand opera staged in the grandest style
Check out a very different kind of nightlife at Life in the Dark, the Natural History Museum's new exhibition
Sam Mendes directs an epic boom and bust story of the Lehman Brothers over three generations
Dots, infinity nets, pumpkins and more: Yayoi Kusama returns to Victoria Miro London this November with a major solo show of new work
Here's our round up of the pop-ups not to miss this summer
Sampled by Kanye West and many others, the father of Ethio-Jazz arrives in Hackney in September
Culture Whisper meets the woman combining fashion, art and floristry
Five of our favourite new podcasts
We’ve read our way through 2018’s new books to find those that definitely deserve some space in your suitcase (or kindle!) this summer
Art Fund Museum of the Year Announced: Tate St Ives crowned the winner
Inspirational works by JS Bach are cut with contemporary compositions influenced by them. Featuring Roderick Williams
Poldark's Aidan Turner makes his West End debut as a crazed, cat-loving terrorist in Michael Grandage's revival of The Lieutenant Of Inishmore
Tate Modern kicks off its 2019 exhibition programme with the first major Pierre Bonnard exhibition in twenty years
Eleven years since its jubilant premiere, War Horse returns to the National Theatre
Legendary director Peter Brook returns to the National Theatre to question justice, guilt and redemption
Culture Whisper’s favourite act, Gandini Juggling, come to Somerset House this hot summer with a brand new, site-specific, dazzling show, Cascade. It’s free and unmissable
Director Sally Cookson leads a new stage adaptation of Patrick Ness' searing novel about a teenager and a monster
Make the most of London's outside spaces (and the glorious weather) with our favourite family things to do outdoors
This superlative revival of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece has substance, form and a formidably talented team – now there's another chance to see it
Brace yourself for a seven hour epic as the RSC's celebrated two-part Cicero thriller transfers to London after sell-out success in Stratford
A comic tragedy: the musical theatre adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel Fun Home is a vital, life-affirming show that's not to be missed
The Royal Ballet revives two contrasting works from Wayne McGregor and George Balanchine to frame the world premiere of a new ballet by Alastair Marriott
Return to the smokey dance halls of the seventies at Southbank’s immersive ABBA exhibition
Travel through time and space to see Dinosaurs in the Wild as they roam the Greenwich Peninsula
Emma Rice takes up residency at the Old Vic with a stage adaptation of Angela Carter's Wise Children
Those who sweat together stay together... or so the saying goes. Now that the summer weather's finally here, it's time to enjoy the great outdoors
To celebrate the release of Sara Driver's new Jean-Michel Basquiat documentary, we investigate how Basquiat, a self-taught outsider, became the darling of the art world establishment.
The indefatigable Hofesh Shechter directs a music and dance spectacular set against the striking background of the Tower of London
New Tate Britain exhibition magnificently explores the impact of WWI on European art between 1916 and 1932
Our ultimate guide to the best art exhibitions of the year so far, those still on, and the shows to plan ahead for: 2018 is a stellar year in art
Come worship at the altar of Frida Kahlo in a rare exhibition of her wardrobe and possessions