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South African artists from The Centre for the Less Good Idea present a collection of original and thought-provoking vignettes in To What End at the Barbican Pit
Drawings, tapestry, film, a puppet show and even an opera feature in the Royal Academy's homage to South African artist William Kentridge
Body Politics, a comprehensive retrospective of Carolee Schneemann’s work, gives an intense account of the versatile American artist’s vision and art
Elegance is the key to the venue, hospitality and programming in a double treat
The Royal Ballet marks the 60th anniversary of the ROH Friends membership scheme with A Diamond Celebration, a glittering programme featuring many of its principal dancers
Ballet Black continues its 20th anniversary celebrations by bringing its double bill Say it Loud to the Royal Opera House Linbury Theatre
Japanese composer and musician Joe Hisaishi teams up with the RSC to bring Studio Ghibli’s 1988 movie My Neighbour Totoro to the Barbican stage
A Sunday of ballet on BBC Four as part of the corporation's extensive programme of dance for 2022 to be broadcast on TV, radio, iPlayer and Sounds.
After superlative reviews and a sellout run, Complicite's extraordinary exploration of sounds and storytelling will be available to experience online
Non-stop music from the world's greatest orchestras, soloists, choirs and ensembles, all in one lucky dip
Look at the dome on that! We're getting a brand new Museum of London: Smithfield architecture designs revealed
Newly refurbished Barbican wine bar, Enoteca Rabezzana boasts the flavours of Northern Italy