Whispers of the day
Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon's brand new full-length work for the Royal Ballet was an exhiliarating triumph, writes Jenny Gilbert
Ken Loach and Mike Leigh will be competing this year to win the Palme d'Or. A selection that also sees the return of Jean-Luc Godard and Ryan Gosling directing debut.
Spring has tentatively sprung and to celebrate, here's a few of our favourite outdoor drinking spots
There's nothing like hanging out in your own 'hood. So starting with South London, we've lined up handpicked hipster alternatives so you never have to go east again
Everyone's heard of the Soane Museum. Here's our guide to the best of London's Georgian architecture, off the beaten track. Compiled by Neal Shasore.
2014 is Shakespeare’s 450th birthday. Lucy Brooks picks the best of the events London is hosting to mark the occasion
Move over chocolate eggs, there’s a richer, more grown up Easter treat to enjoy this weekend.
Comedienne Ruby Wax's Sane New World tour combines stand-up and mindfulness to illuminating effect. She shares her arts and culture highlights for spring
Failure: the worst possible outcome, or success waiting to happen? Sean Walsh investigates.
Don't say we didn't tell you that this little lot were destined for greatness...
The way women and girls are represented in film matters more than whether they pass Alison Bechdel’s gender equality test, writes feminist teenager Artemis Irvine
The many fascinating strands of ceramicist Edmund de Waal's life and work are woven together in this beautifully produced monograph
Barbican is getting a makeover and Stratford is promised an arts complex of its own in in two exciting new developments setting London’s creative wheels in motion, writes Laura Tennant
Nick Serota called in every last favour to get Matisse's cut-outs to Britain, as a Tate insider reveals