Whispers of the day
Missed Henri Matisse’s The Snail and other iconic cut-outs this summer? Never fear: Tate Modern is hosting a special all-night event over the exhibition’s final weekend, reports Ali Godwin
What to do and see in London this week, Wednesday 27th August to 3rd September 2014: the coolest cultural current events in London, as selected by the Culture Whisper team
Martin Amis new novel, 2014: As Zone of Interest is published (21st August), Joe Lloyd surveys Amis's controversial career through ten of his quotes
Great writing continues among the capital's new playwrights; London sees another cohort of award-winning writers. We've picked out a few you should have your eye on, by Ruth Mattock
A celebration of female artists: Tate Modern and Tate Britain's 2015 programme redresses the gender bias of history... at least that is what Culture Whisper like to think
Boundary-breaking arts collective Shunt's latest project was intriguing, with moments of brilliance, but ultimately was neither immersive nor theatrical enough, Lucy Brooks reviews.
David Mitchell, The Bone Clocks: the latest work from British fiction's genre-busting literary genius is published tomorrow. Joe Lloyd offers a guide to 'the Mitchellverse'
As the school holidays draw to a close, Flora Hughes-Onslow rounds up the top ten fun family activities in London to see out the summer with a bang
Critics are calling it 'the cultural event of the year' – and last night a rapturous audience response greeted Kate Bush’s first show in 35 years
It's your last chance to see London's famous BookBenches, dotted around the city, before they're auctioned off on 7 October, writes Arjun Sajip
Alt-J enjoyed runaway success with their 2012 debut album. Now, two years later, they’re about to release a second.
Following the furore over the Eva Green banned poster (Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For) Flora Hughes-Onslow profiles famous censored art through the ages
The perfect summer gift for culture lovers, teachers, him or her: Culture Whisper Annual Membership for £65
To mark the death of much-loved actor, director and producer Richard Attenborough, Laura Tennant picks of his five most memorable films