Spring 2022’s best tickets to theatre, films, art exhibitions and more

EXHIBITIONS Henry Moore: Sharing Form

This intimate survey of six decades of the British sculptor’s work has been created in collaboration with his daughter Mary, who has selected more than 100 objects from her father’s studio and home. Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Bruton, Somerset (hauserwirth.com), until 4.9

31. May

THEATER The Glass Menagerie

Golden Globe-winning US actress Amy Adams makes her West End debut in a new production – directed by Jeremy Herrin – of Tennessee Williams’ 1944 “Memorabilia” about lost youth and family dysfunction. Duke of York’s Theatre, London WC2 (theglassmenageriewestend.com), until 27.08

June 1st


The very first great opera. Early music expert Laurence Cummings conducts Monteverdi’s wondrous score; Ed Lyon sings the title role. Garsington Opera, near Stokenchurch (garsingtonopera.org), until July 3rd

THEATER Britannicus

Racine’s 1669 tragedy of the rise of Nero receives an epic restaging directed by Atri Banerjee and adapted by Timberlake Wertenbaker. Lyric Hammersmith, London W6 (lyric.co.uk), until June 25

Pop Liam Gallagher

Still fighting the Britpop wars, the Oasis frontman is back with his third solo album C’Mon You Know and huge live shows. There will be no louder sing-alongs all year long. Etihad Stadium, Manchester (liamgallagher.com) and tours

2th of June

DANCE Like water for chocolate

Laura Esquivel’s magical realism novel is balletically revised by the fantastic Christopher Wheeldon with the team that helped make his Alice in Wonderland and The Winter’s Tale such triumphs. The dance event 2022. Royal Opera House, London WC2 (raw.org.uk), until 17

3rd of June

CLASSIC Aldeburgh Festival

Britain’s boldest and most imaginative classical festival features a brand new opera by Tom Coult and Alice Birch and 41 premieres. Various Venues, Aldeburgh (brittenpearsarts.org), until 26

MOVIE Bergman Island

In this dose of cinephile catnip from French Mia Hansen-Løve, two artistic couples seek inspiration in Ingmar Bergman’s Swedish retreat. cinemas

EXHIBITIONS Picasso Ingres: Face to Face

Picasso’s Woman with a Book (1932) comes from California to appear alongside the painting that inspired it: Madame Moitessier, a magnificent portrait of a jeweled merchant’s wife by Ingres. National Gallery, London WC2 (nationalgallery.org.uk), until October 9th

June 7th

DANCE The Rite of Spring / Togetherness[s]

A collaboration between the German Pina Bausch Foundation and the Senegalese École des Sables with two chalk-and-cheese works: the new common ground[s]inspired by African dance and Bausch’s Rite of Spring from 1975. Sadler’s Wells, London EC1 (sadlerswells.com), until June 11

June 9th

POP The Rolling Stones

The 60th birthday of the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band. Only Mick Jagger and Keith Richards remain of the original line-up, but with Ronnie Wood firing off blues licks since 1975 and Steve Jordan filling in for the late great Charlie Watts, they’re still pure class. Anfield Stadium, Liverpool; Hyde Park, London W2, 25 June & 3 July (Rollingstones.com)

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