Christie Prades will reprise the lead role, following stints on Broadway.
With resident critic Stu Black
With Matt Withers
London based artist also has a series of summer gigs
Original prints from the 20s and 30s, that were gifted to the centre in 2016.
With the help of writer Cathi Unsworth
Events to mark the anniversary of the Battles of Waterloo and Salamanca
Charlie Schaffer is this years winner
He joined police and thousands of young people at Alexandra Palace
Closed kitchens, cancelled appointments, and schools sent home early
A look at the Evening Standard's Homes and Property - the section editor Janice Morley has taken Tanya Francis through the stories
Another attempt to get more women into the force.
A driverless racing car and drones that carry defibrillators are among the futuristic inventions in an exhibition opening today at the Science Museum
Tyler Shields has brought his late collection of works to the capital - in a moment that he has described as a life long dream.
The comedy sketch duo, Sisters are set to bring their latest material to London, following successful runs at previous Edinburgh Fringe.
The exploration of class and education follows the transformation of Eliza - from Covent Garden flower girl to eloquent lady.
With 25 years of experience in the industry as a musician, he's now about to release his debut solo album, along with a UK tour.
Set to the music of Unkle, the exhibition includes works by Oscar-winning directors, to perfume designer and Turner Prize nominees.
Jonathan Le Billon and Jazz Sanders are taking on two of the lead roles.
A new exhibition exploring ideas of the male and female form.
A theatre/gameshow performance called 'Exceptional Promise'.
We go behind the scenes at Walthamstow Pumphouse.
A glimpse of how the greatest sculptures saw one another.
An 18 year old from Croydon is about to release his debut film
To mark the 75th anniversary of D Day, a poignant sculpture was unveiled at the new British Normandy Memorial in France.
A new drag super group will be taking to the stage
The Future explores where AI may take us.
Using diamonds, caviar and dust to create.
Based on the true story of America's attempt to develop psychic spies during the cold war, a new stage show is about to arrive in London, with a strong focus on audience participation.
At 29 weeks pregnant, Olivia Gordon was told that her baby boy had only a 50% chance of survival.
Amani Simpson was stabbed multiple times after intervening in a robbery in Enfield, will be honoured at a special ceremony this evening.
Under the watchful eye of the former England Cricket star Matt Prior
David Furlong and Meena Rayann join us on the sofa.
Inspired by the kindness of strangers
the story follows the political action and tricky negotiations.
Walter and Herbert inspire Joe Bor
Model and skater Blondey has used laser and toast for his art
Composher the festival dedicated celebrating women in music.
Life after The Network Rail sell off
After years and a world record attempt it is finally public
At the British Library
The wildlife charity the People's Trust for Endangered Species has been recording sightings for two decades
Her work can often be found on the coves of Vogue and Vanity Fair but until now the fashion photographer Romina Ressia has failed to receive a solo show in the UK
Having followed a corporate career into his 60th year, Joe Rose is now set to release his debut single, after a chance encounter with a record label boss.
With the Sounds of New Wine
According to the Affordable Housing Commission.
Sadiq Khan is calling for more people to become market entrepreneurs.
The Science Gallery London is bringing art and the universe together in a new exhibition focusing on Dark Matter.
With Matt Withers
Un ballo in maschera opens at Opera Holland Park
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