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This intense production of Eugene O’Neill’s greatest play is unsparing in its naturalism and has just enough tenderness to make the characters’ flaws all the more painful. Lesley Manville’s performance will blow you away.
Petrol heads better get into gear. Ferrari turns 70 this year and to celebrate the Design Museum is being taken over by a whole host of the glam motors. See original drawings, a early design models, drawings, and memorabilia at this exhibition.
This place rocks. The new Smoking Goat is a big, buzzy spot in Shoreditch. The food is full of big, bold flavours that’ll smack you around and leave you reeling. In the mouth but never the wallet. Good times a go-go.
See brilliant Kodachrome images of the East End back in the day at this exhibition of photos by Stepney-born-and-bred photographer David Granick, spanning 20 years from the 1960s – sights such as the now-demolished Stifford Estate and the George Tavern in Whitechapel.
Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar is on tour promoting his new album ‘Damn’. This week he plays two shows at The O2 with James Blake for support. There’s still the odd ticket left, so don’t miss out.
Welcome in the Year of the Dog at this massive Chinese New Year celebration which will fill most of the West End with music, acrobatic and activities. The parade sets off from Charing Cross Road at 10am on Sunday with a dragon and lion dance.
Watch teams decked out in fancy dress grab their crêpes and run through Brick Lane’s cobbled side streets in pursuit of a coveted, engraved, frying-pan trophy. Egg on your favourite competitors from the sidelines.
Eddie Peake spent his youth hanging out on concrete sports pitches near Finsbury Park. In this show he has reimagined the gallery as a playground for grown-ups filled with jungle music, naked dancing, neon signs and hair gel.
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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...
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It's not as filthy as 'South Park', but this hit musical by its creators is still sublimely funny
The team behind 'The Play That Goes Wrong' hit the funnybone again
Tim Minchin's wickedly good story of a schoolgirl genius is still irresistible