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Ground-breaking performance artist Marina Abramović presents her latest work at Serpentine Galleries – but for one week only
Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting year in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in the new year
BalletBoyz Them/Us is a new double bill from one of Culture Whisper’s very favourite dance ensembles, coming to Sadler’s Wells in March
The life of war journalist Marie Colvin and a reinvigoration of a King Arthur story: the best films in cinemas this weekend
Europe’s director of the moment Ivo van Hove translates a Hollywood classic for the stage with sly, stylish production and two truly starry leading ladies
Tongue-in-cheek interpretation of Handel's heroic opera stars counter-tenor Tim Mead and Elizabeth DeShong
How much do you give up for love? So much that you are no longer the beloved person? That is the dilemma for the water nymph in Dvorák's traditional tale
Marie Colvin was a war correspondent who tragically lost her life in Syria. Rosamund Pike helps bring her story to the big screen with a Golden Globe-nominated performance
A welcome return of the stylish and genuinely funny production of Rossini's sparkling comedy, where youthful love triumphs over jealous old age
Celebrate 50 years of Black creativity in Britain at the major new Somerset House exhibition Get Up! Stand Up!
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
In The Lego Movie 2 the world is turned into a desert wasteland, and Emmett (Chris Pratt) has to save Lucy (Elizabeth Banks) from the dreaded Systar System
She was left in the shadow of Shakespeare and Marlowe, but now Emilia Bassano is finally the protagonist of her own story
British artist Tracey Emin returns to White Cube London for a major solo show of poignant new work
Not just for seasoned collectors: dip your toes into the contemporary art market at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Spring 2019
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins adapts James Baldwin novel If Beale Street Could Talk – a story of loyalty and lasting love
Portraits, landscapes, travel assignments and photojournalism: a major Don McCullin exhibition strips away fake news culture
Orange is the New Black's Natasha Lyonne returns to Netflix in a totally different prison. In Russian Doll, she's forced to relive the same night over and over again
Matthew Bourne's legendary Swan Lake comes to a screen near you, following a triumphant sell-out run at Sadler's
From a new major new David Adjaye exhibition to Clerkenwell Design Week 2019, here's your guide to the unmissable design events this spring
Discover the most inspiring art exhibitions 2019 outside of London that may just tempt you on a UK mini-break
The Design Museum explores the stories that monuments tell through the work of award-winning architect David Adjaye
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2019 is aglow with stars including Kit Harington, Cate Blanchett and Gillian Anderson
The future is bright for London theatre: 2019 promises tonnes of talent, a surplus of stars and ample applause. Here are the 13 shows we're excited to see
The much-anticipated House of Dior V&A exhibition is a breath-taking celebration of haute couture and a welcome escape from reality
Royal Academy London explores the pivotal role of the Renaissance nude in a major new exhibition
After two hit films, How to Train Your Dragon returns to complete the trilogy with The Hidden World this half-term
The Diary of a Teenage Girl director Marielle Heller teams up with Melissa McCarthy. Lee Israel takes centre stage in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Women dominate blockbuster London art this spring: Cindy Sherman, Lee Krasner and Faith Ringed enjoy solo shows
Arthur Miller revivals, audacious new writing, a gilded Hollywood classic and more: here are the new theatre shows lighting up London this February
The first Da Vinci art exhibition in 65 years comes to London in May
From the Fondation Louis Vuitton Courtauld Impressionists exhibition to a Rijksmuseum Rembrandt retrospective, plan your next weekend away around these unmissable European art exhibitions 2019