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Tanguera – Sadler's Wells, London

Tanguera – Sadler's Wells, London

A story of unrequited love in Buenos Aires.

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5 sure-fire whisky gifts for Christmas

5 sure-fire whisky gifts for Christmas

The ultimate way to bring a smile to the face of that hard-to-buy-for special someone.

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The Wipers Times – Arts Theatre, London

The Wipers Times – Arts Theatre, London

The true and extraordinary story of the satirical newspaper created in the mud and mayhem of the Somme.

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REVIEW: Her Aching Heart – The Hope Theatre, London

REVIEW: Her Aching Heart – The Hope Theatre, London

A revival of Bryony Lavery’s Mills and Boon Pastiche.

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12 awesome Christmas jumpers

12 awesome Christmas jumpers

Category is? Festive eleganza.

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Discover why jazz is like boxing at this festival in Melbourne

Discover why jazz is like boxing at this festival in Melbourne

Plan ahead to get the most out of Australia's biggest jazz festival.

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REVIEW: Esteros

REVIEW: Esteros

Reigniting childhood passions in the wetlands of Argentina.

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Ancient Tomorrow

Ancient Tomorrow

Chronicling the trials and tribulations of young ecovisionary JJ Yosh.

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REVIEW: Swan Lake / Loch na hEala – Sadler's Wells, London

REVIEW: Swan Lake / Loch na hEala – Sadler's Wells, London

Michael Keegan-Dolan presents a new adaptation of Swan Lake.

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Asia’s most popular gay parties, after-parties and pillows

Asia’s most popular gay parties, after-parties and pillows

From free vodka nights to rooftop infinity pools at skyscraper level, we lead you to most popular gay circuit parties, club nights and hotels from Bangkok to Taipei.

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Germán Cornejo’s Tango Fire – Peacock Theatre, London

Germán Cornejo’s Tango Fire – Peacock Theatre, London

Showcasing the passion of Argentine tango.

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REVIEW: Kiss Me, Kill Me

REVIEW: Kiss Me, Kill Me

Film noir, West Hollywood style.

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Bianco – Southbank Centre, London

Bianco – Southbank Centre, London

An immersive, promenade circus.

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REVIEW: Perahia Plays Beethoven – Barbican, London

REVIEW: Perahia Plays Beethoven – Barbican, London

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields kicks off a season celebrating Beethoven's piano concertos, with principal guest conductor Murray Perahia.

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Holding the Man – Jack Studio Theatre, London

Holding the Man – Jack Studio Theatre, London

A new production of the award-winning Australian play.

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The Boys in the Band – Vaudeville Theatre, London

The Boys in the Band – Vaudeville Theatre, London

A revival of the iconic play about a group of gay men in Manhattan in the late 1960s.

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REVIEW: Half a Sixpence – Noel Coward Theatre, London

REVIEW: Half a Sixpence – Noel Coward Theatre, London

The musical adaptation of H.G. Wells's semi-autobiographical novel Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul

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REVIEW: King Lear – Barbican, London

REVIEW: King Lear – Barbican, London

In the RSC production, Antony Sher plays King Lear – one of the greatest parts written by Shakespeare.

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Raising Martha – Park Theatre, London

Raising Martha – Park Theatre, London

A dark comedy about animal rights, family secrets, and grave consequences.

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REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The first spin-off from the Harry Potter phenomenon.

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Betroffenheit: Kidd Pivot and Electric Company Theatre – Sadler's Wells, London

Betroffenheit: Kidd Pivot and Electric Company Theatre – Sadler's Wells, London

Exploring the shock and bewilderment that follows a disaster.

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The Student

The Student

A dramatic exploration of the clash between religion, education, and teenage rebellion.

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REVIEW: Ron and Laura take back America

REVIEW: Ron and Laura take back America

A mockumentary exploring the disenfranchised white voters of the United States.

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Your Daily Male: A collectable calendar with a new man each day

Your Daily Male: A collectable calendar with a new man each day

Showcasing the male form in art.

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Show the world where your heart is

Show the world where your heart is

T-shirts that you can wear with Pride.

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Mother Africa: Khayelitsha – My Home. Peacock Theatre, London

Mother Africa: Khayelitsha – My Home. Peacock Theatre, London

A circus-led journey of discovery into Africa.

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REVIEW: Shared Rooms

REVIEW: Shared Rooms

A romantic comedy set in the Los Angeles neighbourhood of Silverlake.

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REVIEW: Work Play – Ovalhouse, London

REVIEW: Work Play – Ovalhouse, London

Taking office politics to a whole new level.

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Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch: Masurca Fogo – Sadler's Wells, London

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch: Masurca Fogo – Sadler's Wells, London

Using contemporary dance to explore the absurdity of our social rituals.

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REVIEW: The Beggar's Opera – Jack Studio Theatre, London

REVIEW: The Beggar's Opera – Jack Studio Theatre, London

Lazarus Theatre Company presents their interpretation.

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