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London's best open air theatre: summer is coming and culture's heading outside with a season of unmissable outdoor performances across the city
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
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A new play from David Mamet: Bitter Wheat brings the origin of #MeToo to the stage as John Malkovich plays Harvey Weinstein
Ferrante fever reignites as April De Angelis's stage adaptation of the Neapolitan novels comes to the National Theatre
A West End transfer is announced for Marianne Elliott's stunning, sold out production of Death of a Salesman at the Young Vic
Bohemian Rhapsody, The Greatest Showman, Mamma Mia! and more: every sing-along to know about in London this year
From opera in the park to spy-themed immersive cinema, here's what not to miss this weekend
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
Tremendous new production of Verdi's opera with appeal to both the Brief Encounter and Fleabag generations
From velvet glamour to wicker wonderlands, here are Autumn's interior design trends that you need in your home
Big Little Lies has returned! Meryl Streep joins Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman for its second season. And things aren't looking good for the 'Monterey Five'...
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
From the joyful works of Natalia Goncharova at Tate Modern to the unflinching quilts of Faith Ringgold at the Serpentine, these are the exhibitions to see this weekend
Cute cakes, finger food, and scrumptious scones – treat your children to one of these charming afternoon teas in London
Luxury art and design fair PAD London returns to Berkeley Square in October
Celebrate 50 years of Black creativity in Britain at the major new Somerset House exhibition Get Up! Stand Up!
Playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany return to the Royal Court with a new play capturing the comedy and tension of a family reunion
Here are the best shows to book now for autumn and winter's Christmas season for your toddler, from Peppa Pig to panto
Director Lyndsey Turner revives Caryl Churchill's masterful 1982 play Top Girls at the National Theatre
A new documentary chronicles the life of sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, from her childhood surviving the Holocaust to her rise as a pop culture icon
From Oscar winners to indie gems, it's time to take stock of what 2019 has given us. Only the best, here's every five-star film to catch up with this year
This year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy marries imagination with the issues of the day in a spectacle of colour and invention
Emma Thompson returns to the spotlight while Pixar bring the gang back together – it's a star-studded month for new cinema releases this June
Fresh from the next best generational anthem, Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever tell Culture Whisper about their experience acting in Booksmart
Lover, nobleman, scoundrel, liar, cheat... They all roll into one in the character of Don Giovanni, but morality will win the day in a new production by Michael Boyd
Frieze Sculpture in Regent's Park provides the perfect way to take in some culture on a sunny day
It's London Park Week in the city that has the most green space of any European capital, and some of the best cafes too...
First European Lee Krasner retrospective in 50 years comes to the Barbican
Europe’s biggest annual architecture festival returns to London in June 2019
London's largest free contemporary festival is back this year with a wealth of nocturnal art, design and music events
Packed with soaring music and with a devastating ending, Puccini's opera is a profoundly moving celebration of art, music and courageous love