They're joined at the Peacock Theatre by a talented company of over 30 jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, drummers and daredevil stuntmen from all corners of the globe.NOTE: This production contains strobe-lighting and is unsuitable for under 5s.Head to the Southbank Centre for Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes, dance-theatre Tidy Up and a Kid Normal event that'll have children aged 7 and above creating a brand new superhero story.This year CBBC presenter and funny man Ben Shires hosts free events in The Clore Ballroom throughout the festival between 10am and 4pm. Everything's coming up roses for Valentine's Day on February 14th.Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie, Suranne Jones and Carey Mulligan are on the stage plus Fatboy Slim plays Alexandra Palace in February 2018.Coming home to where Annie Mac Presents started, the BBC radio DJ and Radio 1's ambassador for new music has put together nine shows over the course of one month in three Camden venues: The Jazz Cafe, The Roundhouse and Koko.
Keeping kids entertained over the February half-term, the Imagine Children's Festival delivers 12 days of family fun for 0-12 year olds.
Ship models, objects from shipyards, posters and film explore all aspects of ocean travel from ground-breaking engineering to the fashion and lifestyle on board.
The electro-pop singer and performer, renowned for her catchy tunes and outlandish shows, heads to The O2.
With the Joanne World Tour, in support of her new album, Joanne, Lady Gaga has already received rave reviews Stateside.
Variety praised a first hour of nearly non-stop back-to-back hits including songs like Poker Face, Perfect Illusion, John Wayne and Alejandro, saying, "Gaga was in full superstar form".
Offering creativity, fun and madness, it has all the buzz and atmosphere of a festival but without the mud, rain or indignities of camping.