Snippets of conversations are on show at the Jealous Gallery in Shoreditch
A retelling of the tale of Robin Hood is coming to Peckham
It picked up the Pleasance Award at this year's Vault Festival.
The 15 year old was shot in his bedroom in Clapham in 2007
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Starring Wendi Peters, about the transgender struggle in the 80s
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Emma Appleton and Cara Horgan star in new espionage thriller
New one-man play about the French philosopher Michel De Montaigne
The theatre had a £20million restoration
Sweet Release is in the bag and ready to be shared with fans
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The hub is expected to be opened next year, with several dance and drama firms already committing to the site.
The dance musical explores the history behind the dance and the woman who created it all.
The inequality of ageing in London are brought to life at the Barbican
Exhibition at the London Transport Museum
Quentin Blake and Jacqueline Wilson among the historical recipients
The play is by the Almeida Young Company
We spoke to Artistic Director Jorge Lopes Ramos
Harald Sohlberg exhibition explores wild landscapes and villages of Norway
It is dedicated to his musical routes, soul and reggae.
The play is on at the New Diorama Theatre in Camden
Nearly 100 images, most never been seen before in the UK, have gone on show, exploring the first half of her career.
The exhibition uses a range of sculptures, installations and photographs to explore the controlling nature of Western cultures
Mark Christopher Lee's new single is about his mental health story
We spoke to the stars Michael Vinsen and Jordan Fox.
"Step Into Our Reality"
Figures from analysis by the environmental network, UK100
In partnership with the West London Mission
The International Garden Photographer of the year competition returns
A new installation highlighting the poverty that hundreds of thousands of young people face
A group of theatre makers, playwrights and researchers got the opportunity to go into the National Theatre's archives and pick an object which inspires them
The 81st annual year of wood engravings come to London
Katharine McPhee is in the lead role, and has been speaking about the transfer to the Adelphi Theatre, and her connection to the Royal family
The new exhibition at the Leake Street Gallery features artefacts and personal belongings from Nelson Mandela/
'Cagnara' at the Public Gallery in Dalston
Raqs Media Collective: Spinal
Giving local talent a chance to shine
Anthony Baxter speaks to Janice Morely
He brings his show to the capital after a successful show at the Edinburgh Fringe
The Best-selling children's book has been adapted for a new stage production
The production is a re-telling of the first Queen of England's story
The works are being shown at the Mall Galleries.
A new scheme to increase affordable artist studios
Artist Trate is showing works in London for the first time
The show finds humour in the Qur’an and addresses some of the myths about Islam whilst exploring our relationship with faith
It is the latest project to receive funding from City Hall
West End stars share the songs which have helped shape their careers
The cast, orchestra, dramatic routines and fancy set, all come in the form of one man, Theatre Maker Paul O'Donnell
Masterpieces of artistry and technology on show at The Royal College of Physicians .
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