What's on this autumn
The nights may be drawing in, but that's no excuse to go into hibernation mode. Get your culture fix with the best in art, music and cinema at these local venues
ROH Live: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in Christopher Wheeldon’s exuberant production of Lewis Carroll’s classic story. Originally staged in 2011, this vibrant production combines bright colour, inventive choreography and eye-popping visual effects.
Monday 23 & Sunday 29 October; curzoncinemas.com/victoria
Curzon Victoria; 58 Victoria St, SW1E 6QW
Autumn means only one thing in the art world: the Turner Prize. While the controversial competition may still be grabbing headlines, Tate Britain is putting the spotlight on Rachel Whiteread, who became the rst woman to win the prize in 1993, with a major retrospective of her 25-year career.
12 September 2017 – 21 January 2018; tate.org.uk
Tate Britain; Millbank, SW1P 4RG
The Southbank Centre’s Classical Season returns with concerts taking place at St John’s Smith Square. Highlights include the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment performing The Judas Passion (25 September) and the Emerson String Quartet (pictured) performing Beethoven’s electrifying late quartets.
Various dates; sjss.org.uk
St John’s Smith Square, SW1P 3HA