So much to choose from; so little time. We know. Luckily, we've put together our top picks over the next few weeks which are simply unmissable.
If you're into big names, we'll be welcoming Erran Baron Cohen who'll be performing his seminal album Songs in the Key of Hanukkah live for the first time ever. We've also got an evening with David McAlmont as he splices the mythical hero Heracles to the legendary music of Duke Ellington.
For the book lovers amongst you, we've only just gone and invited Lemony Snicket to talk about his new book, Poison For Breakfast. And author Natalie Livingstone will be in conversation with renowned historian and novelist Simon Sebag Montefiore, talking about her new book The Women of Rothschild, revealing the extraordinary lives of the English branch of the Rothschild women.
And if you're into something a little different, why not try out Girls in Trouble; an indie-folk/art-pop song cycle by internationally acclaimed musician, poet and Torah teacher, Alicia Jo Rabins.
Whatever you choose, there's something for everyone coming up at JW3.