...and here's what you have to look forward to seeing (or not).
Rambert Dance Company is one of the most established companies of the modern dance movement. Over the years there have been many amazing events, joyful dances, dramatic pieces, and thoughtful explorations of the body and the mind.
Purely Belter, Escape to Victory, There's Only One Jimmy Grimble, Gregory's Girl, Once in a Lifetime, or Bend it Like Beckham. I highlight my favourites and ask - which is yours?
Two years ago, we thought we saw a King Lear for our times. Derek Jacobi showed him as a quite gentle king, and we almost thought he was just pretending to be mad.
When the Young Vic first advertised its production of Chekov's Three Sisters, I was not very keen. Another depressing drama. Who needs that right now? Benedict Andrew's revival did promise updated language and certainly some pizzazz, but I wasn't sure that was going to make much of a difference.
A Sunday night with George Michael: what I lucky guy I was! I had purchased these tickets just over 18 months ago, I guess I am also a patient man. But being a George Michael fan (nothing to hide here), you get used to waiting for that day when a concert gets announced.
There is a mean feast coming up at the Barbican: Jazz in all its diversity, represented by some of the greatest: Sonny Rollins, Herbie Hancock (in his first ever solo UK concert), John McLaughlin, Chick Chorea, and Jan Garbarek. Also showing will be a film about the legendary Michel Petrucciani.
Another venture outside of the West End, and this time to slightly overcast South London. Tara Arts Theatre has a very community type of feel, very different to being in the West End, and I have to say quite refreshing to have a slightly different experience.
Marilyn Monroe has been dead for more than 50 years, but her image lives on and her estate made $27million last year, according to Forbes which placed her at number 3 on its 'Dead Celebrities Rich List in 2011', right behind Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley.
After a scintillating West End show and national tour this year, Midnight Tango has announced that it will be returning to show London its sensual steps and fiery Argentine flair once more in a few months’ time.
Rhys James, Katherine Ryan, Bridget Christie and more offer the standout standup gags of the summer
Jazz Summers, the legendary music manager behind acts including Wham!, the Verve, Snow Patrol, La Roux and London Grammar, has died aged 71 after a two-year bout of lung cancer.
If you were a child in the 60s, but born just too late to enjoy that decade’s major pop-culture phenomena when they were fresh, chances are that your biggest thrills were cheap and cheerful derivatives – the Monkees instead of the Beatles, and instead of Bond, American TV show The Man From UNCLE.