Whispers of the day
If you're wondering why Werner Herzog's been trending, it's because today is Werner Herzog Day. Here's why Arjun Sajip thinks you should care.
The rumour mill is in overdrive about helicopters, deep sea-divers and flotation tanks at Kate Bush’s first series of concerts since 1979. James Stanfield on the story of a comeback
Dancer and choreographer Jonathan Goddard talks architecture, drama and the dance glass ceiling, and reveals his late summer cultural diary to Ruth Mattock
LAST CHANCE TO SEE The art event of the year: Marina Abramović, 512 hours at the Serpentine gallery. A groundbreaking durational performance by this seminal artist
Some of the best new literature 2014 is coming from a new generation of voices from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, writes Joe Lloyd.
As the annual indecision over which books to pack for your holiday descends, we break down the top ten non-fiction summer books of 2014
Whether you want to wig out at a carnival or catch a cheeky meal atop Selfridges, away from the hustle-and-bustle, we've got something for you this Bank Holiday weekend.
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
What to do and see in London this week, Wednesday 20th to 27th August 2014: The coolest, cultural current events in London, as selected by the Culture Whisper team.
FROM OUR PREVIEWS: 'Primrose: Early Colour Photography in Russia' showcases an extraordinary archive of stills, many from pre-revolutionary Russia
The Hanx Writer Tom Hanks typewriter app combines the nostalgic pleasure of the manual with all the modern convenience of the iPad – and we're hooked, writes Laura Tennant
To celebrate the release of Haruki Murakami's latest novel, we've chosen ten of the legendary Japanese author's greatest and most memorable quotes
Alt-J enjoyed runaway success with their 2012 debut album. Now, two years later, they’re about to release a second.
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