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Bach tells the Easter story, two new operas and a brand-new choir features top voices
Highly-praised film Tár has put women conductors into the spotlight. Here are just a few, at work in London shortly. Make a date, and maybe take a daughter too...
Drama and comedy at the opera, music for children, and Paris in song
How to embrace the vegan diet in London: plant-based dining that carnivores will love too
Dry January doesn't have to be dull. Wean yourself off the wine, vanquish the vodka and banish the beer with inventive mocktails
From Paul Verhoeven's erotic religious drama Benedetta to Luca Guadagnino's cannibal romance Bones and All starring Timothée Chalamet, here are the best films of 2022 (UK release dates)
Stirring opera with world-class artists, the powerful music of home and exile, and fun for children
The big sounds of Rachmaninov herald an anniversary year packed with the Russian-born composer's music. Plus, the forgotten Kennedy, and a Wagner fantasy
In another bumper year for outstanding musicianship, singers and players seemed to reach ever greater heights. Here is the Culture Whisper pick of people and events
An opera based on a timeless movie, a chance for audiences to take charge, and musical answers to winter
Marking the arrival of autumn in music, two 50th anniversary concerts, and an exciting conducting debut
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2022 is aglow with stars including Paul Mescal, Juliet Stevenson and Emma Corrin
Whoever said cinematic escapism was an indoor activity? Make the most of warm summer evenings with our pick of the best outdoor film screenings in London
From panoramic views to hidden gems, we’ve rounded up the best rooftop bars to drink at this summer
London premieres, much-loved classics and a host of big-name performers in the world's largest music festival. Booking opens 9AM, Sat 21 May
It's a bumper month for women composers, soloists and conductors, with world and London orchestral premieres and the Opera Holland Park season under way
Where to eat the best and most adventurous pancakes from around the world in London
From Phoebe Waller-Bridge's anxious masterpiece Fleabag to the classic time-travelling thrills of Doctor Who, here are the best iPlayer box sets to watch and download right now
Embrace the great outdoors with five of the best walks and hikes in London, from fallow deer to royal palaces
Passion, mystery and intrigue are enacted on stage, and the finest concerts feature world-class artists breaking new ground with much-loved works
Booking opens 16 Nov for two three-act ballets, a new family opera, plus Mozart, Handel and Puccini
Dance to dispel November darkness
From Poussin's orgies of dance and revelry at the National Gallery to the beguiling drawings of Hokusai at the British Museum, here are the shows to see this autumn
The Easter story told in song, JS Bach and Handel's Messiah, performed by top artists and streamed from London churches and concert halls
Leading Londoners on the arts scene share their favourite music with us, and there's something for every mood in these 12 pieces
Symphony concerts that open up new horizons, operas that take audiences to another realm .... trust music to transport us out of daily life and make a world of difference
Celebrate the musical giants who transformed British music-making with 10 of our favourite musical influencers
Culture Whisper's Editor in Chief reflects on the year we leave behind
With outdoor markets reopening, we reflect on our favourites across the city. From Borough to Brockley via King's Cross and Camden, find street food galore this summer
Discover the most inspiring art exhibitions outside of London that may just tempt you on a UK mini-break
Joyful music-making to mark the festival and lift the spirits, as musicians derive infinite inspiration from the Easter story and from the act of making and enjoying music together
By land and sea, Europe and beyond are within reach, thanks to our well-travelled composers. Join them on a world tour, and see if your youngsters can guess the destinations