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Exhibition Preview: Pertaining to Things Natural @ The Chelsea Physic Garden

Exhibition Preview: Pertaining to Things Natural @ The Chelsea Physic Garden

The Physic Garden's largest ever outdoor sculpture show opens today. | By Zoe Craig
Festival Preview: Almeida Festival @ Almeida Theatre

Festival Preview: Almeida Festival @ Almeida Theatre

Exciting new work from emerging artists and companies. | By Zoe Craig
Festival Preview: The Theatre Of Great Britain @ The Yard

Festival Preview: The Theatre Of Great Britain @ The Yard

Bargain theatre shows examine what it means to be British. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Sluts of Sutton Drive @ Finborough Theatre

Theatre Review: The Sluts of Sutton Drive @ Finborough Theatre

Desperate Housewives on acid (or Windolene) | By BelindaL
What’s On In London Theatre: 26 Jun-2 Jul

What’s On In London Theatre: 26 Jun-2 Jul

The top theatre, dance, and cabaret shows opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Drawer Boy @ Finborough Theatre

Theatre Review: The Drawer Boy @ Finborough Theatre

Canadian tale of two farmer's lives interrupted by an over-eager actor. | By BelindaL
Theatre Review: Democracy @ Old Vic

Theatre Review: Democracy @ Old Vic

Michael Frayn's 2003 play about German politics and human nature. | By Sam Smith
Theatre Review: The Tempest @ The Roundhouse

Theatre Review: The Tempest @ The Roundhouse

Coolly lit, starkly staged and highly effective. | By Sam Smith
Dance Review: Spring Loaded @ The Place

Dance Review: Spring Loaded @ The Place

A round up of what's been happening at the Spring Loaded season so far. | By Jemma
Theatre Review: Twelfth Night @ The Roundhouse

Theatre Review: Twelfth Night @ The Roundhouse

Wet, wet, wet. | By Johnny Fox
Stylist Magazine Puts the Spotlight on London

Stylist Magazine Puts the Spotlight on London

Help Stylist magazine create a special London issue | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Theatre Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

A heady mix of dreamy passion and high comedy. | By Sam Smith
Preview: Greenwich And Docklands International Festival

Preview: Greenwich And Docklands International Festival

Free, outdoor, brilliant performances from 21 June. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Theatre Preview: The Odyssey, All Over Deptford

Theatre Preview: The Odyssey, All Over Deptford

Teatro Vivo are back and bringing the streets of Deptford to life. | By SallyB2
Dance Review: Vicktor, Part Of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch World Cities 2012 @ Sadler's Wells

Dance Review: Vicktor, Part Of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch World Cities 2012 @ Sadler's Wells

Fragmented scenes of human pain, laughter and cynicism: powerful yet absurd. | By Laura Dodge
Review: Dr Clive's Circus @ Jacksons Lane

Review: Dr Clive's Circus @ Jacksons Lane

Hot stuff from one of Britain's up-and-coming circus troupes. | By Franco Milazzo
Theatre Review: Bash @ Barons Court Theatre

Theatre Review: Bash @ Barons Court Theatre

All is not what it seems in these three gripping tales of murder, revenge and twisted logic. | By BelindaL
Win Tickets To Detroit @ The National Theatre

Win Tickets To Detroit @ The National Theatre

Suburban desperation boils over thanks to barbecues and booze (sponsored post) | Sponsor
Preview: Postcards Festival @ Jackson's Lane, Highgate

Preview: Postcards Festival @ Jackson's Lane, Highgate

Sometimes sweet. sometimes saucy and always surprising. | By Lise Smith
Dance Review: Danza Contemporánea de Cuba, Mixed Bill @ Sadler’s Wells

Dance Review: Danza Contemporánea de Cuba, Mixed Bill @ Sadler’s Wells

DCC celebrates both modern dance technique and Cuban flavours, with mixed results | By Lise Smith
Theatre Review: Ragtime @ Open Air Theatre Regent's Park

Theatre Review: Ragtime @ Open Air Theatre Regent's Park

It’s big, but is it clever? | By Johnny Fox
Dance Around London: June 2012

Dance Around London: June 2012

Novel venues with free dance -- June's an exciting month on the London dance scene. | By Jemma
Review: EastEnd Cabaret @ London Wonderground

Review: EastEnd Cabaret @ London Wonderground

Dark humour and songs about things that go hump in the night. | By Franco Milazzo
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 22-28 May

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 22-28 May

Our pick of the top dance, opera, theatre, art, folk, jazz and classical music events. | By TimW