Whispers of the day
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 celebrate his new cookbook 'Plenty More', Yotam Ottolenghi will cook a two course brunch for guests in Notting Hill on 6 September.
FROM OUR PREVIEWS: Films exploring the passion, grime, experimentation and confusion of being a teenager create a heart-thumping mix in the BFI Southbank's Teenage Kicks series.
Conchita Wurst, Jean-Paul Gaultier's new muse, Laverne Cox, transgender star of the hottest soap on TV, and the Buffalo Girls on tour...Dasha Lisitsina on why drag is the new black
As the weather heats up and eating outdoors finally seems feasible, we present the best options for London al fresco dining...
As the annual indecision over which books to pack for your holiday descends, we break down the top ten non-fiction best summer books 2014
Cumberbatch Hamlet tickets will go on sale for Barbican members tomorrow morning. Here's everything you need to know to secure a seat for his hotly anticipated 2015 performance.
Looking for the best YA fiction, 2014? Laura Tennant picks the classics that demand to go top of your teen's reading list before they outgrow them
In the know: things to do in London this week, selected by the Culture Whisper team
As the crisis in Gaza deepens, Culture Whisper lines up history, context and passionate argument on both sides of the divide
The journalist, writer and poet Harry Eyres shares his summer highlights
This adaptation of the Grossmiths' satire on Victorian middle-class pretension is a cheerful romp by a hotly-tipped young director, writes Joe Lloyd
Preview: In the new SCAPEGOATING PICTURES Gilbert and George exhibition, London sees the return of their East End 'art for all' to White Cube.
As it enters its eighth year, and the line-up of free gigs becomes ever more incredible, we talk you through how to get tickets for iTunes Festival 2014