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See this glowing revival of Tony Kushner’s musical
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Top chefs, live demos, artisanal food stalls – with a free drink included
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Expect sugar, spice and show-offs on ice at the annual sparkly winter fairground. Mel C will be on the decks to kickstart festivities for the opening weekend. There’s also top London grub from Street Feast, crazy golf and more.
Join this club night where you can hear nostalgic pop-rock banger ‘Africa’ by Toto non-stop for four hours. Raise money for African charity Temwa – helping to reduce poverty in Malawi – by buying a ticket.
Christmas returns to the City as Leadenhall Market gets lit up for the festive season. See the lights turned on in style by the Lord Mayor of London at 6.30pm on Friday (November 16). Come for the choir, stay for the snow and let the mulled wine flow.
Watch Covent Garden’s cobbled piazza and Victorian buildings become even more irresistible to look at as the market’s much-loved mistletoe chandeliers and giant reindeer are lit up again on Tuesday (November 13).
Try light signature bites from big-name restaurants – there’ll be something to appeal to every palate at this festive foodie fest.
Pit your wits against Jessica Fletcher in this race against crime. You’ll even be armed with a party popper to set off every time Angela Lansbury has an ‘I couldn’t help but notice…’ epiphany.
This restaurant from the crew at super-cool Dalston wine shop P Franco is the best thing to hit the neighbourhood since sliced bread. It’s a lovely, shiny place with weird and wonderful dishes.
This joint, off Oxford Street, takes its name from a pair of bars in New York inspired by the liquor stores lining the Californian coast. Like boozy bingo, there’s a form you fill out to place your order. And the pizzas are star-shaped.
Nonagenarian master of achingly cool pop art Alex Katz’s show is full of paintings of retro girls. This is glamorous, elegant work, with nods to art history – and it’s exactly what you want from Katz.
Get an eyeful of young British artist Maisie Cousins’s anti-food-porn photography. This is food without the glitz and faux sheen, composed to make you confused, uncomfortable and grossed out. It’s gungy, sloppy and full of humour.
Michele Abeles likes to chop up and manipulate photography. Here she uses it to explore ideas of authority and gender, to powerful effect.
Barry Jenkins’s adaptation of ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ is so faithful, it’s practically joined at the hip with James Baldwin’s 1974 novel. Jenkins channels all of Baldwin’s lyricism and anger into a story of love and injustice that burns with a gentle flame, occasionally blazing into a white heat.
Check out this secret auction-exhibition of mini works by famous artists and complete unknowns. The works will be sold in an online auction. But there’s a catch. You won’t know who made what until after the bidding has closed. If you don’t fancy bidding, enjoy looking at the art for free.
A ninetieth birthday party might sound like a bit of a snooze fest, but Mickey Mouse isn't your normal nonagenarian. Celebrate the Disney star’s big nine-oh at this exhibition showcasing works created by rising stars of the UK art scene.
Hunt for treasures, rummage for bargains and refresh your living space with the help of more than 50 vintage stalls.
We’ve put our best covers on T-shirts, totes and posters – plus all of them in one awesome book. Buy them here.
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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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