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Do the cancan and by that we mean the Chinese Arts Now Festival. The UK's first CAN festival is filled to the brim with Chinese theatre, dance, music, film, live art performances and even an augmented reality tour.
Spine-tingling choral music and an open invitation to dance, feast and protest make Edinburgh Fringe hit ‘Counting Sheep’ –which stages the 2014 anti-government demonstrations in Ukraine – a Vault Festival highlight.
The cult dumpling chain comes to the capital and it's everything you hoped for and more. It's known for its xiao long bao (soup dumplings) but there's so much more on offer, like the wontons in black vinegar and chilli oil.
This is what happens when art and fashion collide. Brilliant young designer Grace Wales Bonner has been given free rein to fill the Serpentine Sackler gallery with the objects, books, music and art that inspire her.
Aim for a new high score at the V&A's Friday Late, which is themed around its ‘Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt’ exhibition. The evening will give you the chance to solve escape rooms, design your own video game and more.
This meta biopic of ex-US vice president Dick Cheney is a damning post-mortem of the politician’s career. Basically, it's a Dick pic.
Working out needn't be boring. Let supercool gym Frame get you off that treadmill and into a workout rave. Expect plenty of fitness fun.
Put on your dancing shoes and join homelessness charity Streetwise Opera's Burns Night traditional Ceilidh dance. It's going to be well tidy.
It's an age-old Hampstead pub with a new lease of life. Do Sunday drinking the right way in good old-fashioned style with a proper roast.
See glistening ceramics inspired by toilets. They're oddly sexy and delightfully tactile sculptures. Essentially like walking into a posh toilet showroom.
Cirque du Soleil’s annual stand at the Royal Albert Hall will have your jaw hit the ground throughout.
This dram fine celebration takes place across the same weekend that Burns Night falls. And we all know the best kind of burn you can get is the gentle one down the back of your throat after your first sip of the good stuff.
‘Love Sonia’ is about a teenage girl’s harrowing journey ofsurvival in India’s sex trade. It's a devastating exposé.
The London outpost of popular NYC dim sum restaurant. Go for the Insta-worthy Pac-Man dim sum, but stay for the pastrami egg roll.
See costumes created for Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz in one of the locations used for Yorgos Lanthimos’s baroque drama.
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The silent disco phenomenon reaches new heights at these exclusive Time Out events. Pick your channel and choose your side as three DJs battle it out over...
The Harry Potter Studio Tour gets a frosty and festive makeover
This pitch black staging of Susan Hill's thriller is irresistibly eerie
Jamie Lloyd directs a terrific cast in this stylish double bill of party-set Pinter comedies
Usually when you say an art show is ‘challenging’, you mean it’s got a stuff in it you don’t want to look at. And, yeah,...
Gloriously offbeat musical theatre staging of Anaïs Mitchell’s acclaimed concept album
Think modern love is complicated? Wait until you see this exhibition. Here’s half a century’s worth of explosive couples, transgressive...
Pinter’s menacing debut ‘The Room’ is the highlight of the Patrick Marber-directed portion of Pinter at the Pinter
Celebrate Burns Night while bobbing upon the River Lee at Barge East's big 'ol Scottish knees up. Raise a dram to the haggis, before tucking into a...
Seattle-based electronic music pioneers ODESZA come to Brixton to perform tracks from their third album ‘A Moment Apart’. Expect everything...
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As a visitor in Paris – or even as a Parisian – there’s something you just have to accept: it is impossible to do everything the city in one lifetime.
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There's so much to do in Porto—but these are all the mandatory spots. Enjoy the city, the river and even the beaches.
The United Kingdom – made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - is a varied, fascinating country. You’ll find different dialects, celtic languages and unique communities, traditions, myths and legends.
Scotland is a country famed for its natural beauty – its rolling glens and hills, its windswept western isles and pristine lochs – and while we’re not arguing with any of that, it’s also true that there’s loads more going on than pretty flora and fauna.
In a city enriched with history and culture, you'll find plenty of great things to do in Sweden’s capital.
At first glance Reading isn’t a cultural icon; if you spent your teenage years in its vicinity you might still consider the Oracle shopping centre to be the Home Counties equivalent of The Dubai Mall.