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
Charles Spencer, theatre critic for The Daily Telegraph since 1991, delighted in terrorizing actors and directors – but readers loved his brutal honesty, writes Katie McFadden
Alt-J enjoyed runaway success with their 2012 debut album. Now, two years later, they’re about to release a second.
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
To mark the death of much-loved actor, director and producer Richard Attenborough, Laura Tennant picks of his five most memorable films
With 800 symbols and counting, you can now convert almost anything into emoji stories – even Moby Dick (aka Emoji Dick), reports Laura Tennant
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'
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
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
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
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
The perfect summer gift for culture lovers, teachers, him or her: Culture Whisper Annual Membership for £65
The Tate Britain BP Spotlight autumn season features some intriguing, albeit arcane collections – like a rare look at Victorian stereoscopic photographs, writes Ali Godwin