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See Rachel Chavkin’s musical theatre staging of Anaïs Mitchell’s acclaimed 2010 ‘folk opera’ album ‘Hadestown’. It’s a musically thrilling, lyrically eccentric articulation of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth with some exceptional casting.
If you think rock is completely dead, you need Ruban Nielson’s guitar-playing in your life. UMO’s psych songcraft is in a league of its own right now – and you can experience it live on Wednesday at the Royal Albert Hall, no less.
The Grinch would have a real job stealing all the Christmas from Hyde Park’s massive celebration of the festive period, which is back for its twelfth year. Head along to the opening night on Thursday. Christmas must be here!
The larger SE1 incarnation of this gorgeous restaurant celebrates all things wild and just-plucked from these fair isles. Everything is Native. It’s the best restaurant to arrive in these parts since Padella.
Get your purse out for the ladies at a shop showcasing women designers. With 10 percent of proceeds going to the CoppaFeel! breast cancer awareness charity, these are the kinds of stocking-fillers we can all get behind.
Wembley Park is going all out to turn London eyes Brent-wards this Christmas, with a dazzling glass labyrinth for visitors to meander through. And the switch-on, on Wednesday, happens to coincide with the launch of a new Boxpark in the area in December.
London’s Finnish and Norwegian churches provide the backdrop for this fair selling Nordic treats. Add a glug of glögg and you’ll soon be feeling merry.
Pioneering American video artist Dara Birnbaum steals and manipulates images of conflict in this show about propaganda and surveillance. It’s terrifying – and very, very necessary.
Catch Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Dickensian tale about a group of impoverished people getting by the best they can in a run-down shack. It’s another charming and affecting example of Kore-eda’s special brand of tough-but-tender humanism.
Brooks creates a universe full of double meanings in this show where every clean, gleaming surface has a thick sheen of filth and grime. It’s a great bunch of ideas, painted brilliantly and with real humour.
Step into a Spitalfields Christmas circa 1724, as this frozen-in-time house gets its festive makeover.
The Design Museum’s latest exhibition is filled with more than 150 domestic designs, all created with the intention of revolutionising how we conduct ourselves behind closed doors.
Hit up Dinerama’s low-lit ski lodge bar. Drink hot wine or frozen toffee vodka in front of a log fire and take in the mountain views. Okay, it’s just wallpaper, but it definitely beats views of the 149 to Edmonton Green rolling by.
Pieces from more than 90 up-and-coming potters will be spread across two Kiln Rooms locations for this three-day sale. Meet the makers while you shop for wheely good gifts.
Don’t miss director Robert Hastie’s intimate staging of ‘Macbeth’. He’s turned the beautiful wooden structure of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse into a haunted mansion for this fresh – even funny – take on the tragedy.
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Set in a former bullion truck depot in Shoreditch, Dinerama is a food and drink market from Street Feast, London’s leading street food market company.
The biggest theatre hit of modern times bar none is Jack Thorne and JK Rowling's epic two-part eighth adventure for erstwhile boy wizard Harry Potter
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