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Closing its doors this weekend, we look back at the most stylish exhibition on now with the V&A's fashion curator, Cassie Davies-Strodder
Ballet superstar Irek Mukhamedov talks to Culture Whisper as he prepares for his return to the stage in the forthcoming Men in Motion programme at the Coliseum
As the world premiere of The Nutcracker and I, by Alexandra Dariescu looms tantalisingly close, we talk to some of the artists bringing us a Nutcracker like no other
Our tribute to the Italian chef Antonio Carluccio, The Godfather of Italian cooking, who tragically died yesterday
As the legendary Christmas show, The Snowman, marks 20 years on the London stage, Howard Blake, composer of its memorable score, leads Culture Whisper on a trip down memory lane
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With the premiere of Fourteen Days just around the corner, Culture Whisper meets the BalletBoyz to find out more about the programme and its intriguing title
Anne-Sophie Pic, France's only female chef with three stars gains her first star in London and discusses flavour, Bermondsey, unusual spices, cheese and silver shoes
The debut feature from Palestinian director Maysaloun Hamoud, In Between, upset Islamic authorities. Not afraid of the controversy, she remains as fierce, funny and intelligent as her film
Ahead of his appearance in tennis biopic Borg/McEnroe (and filming for the Mamma Mia! sequel), Swedish star Stellan Skarsgård talks about life on set, Scandinavian culture and his talented sons
With this year’s edition of Dance Umbrella poised to hit London, Culture Whisper gets under the festival’s skin in a conversation with its supremo, Emma Gladstone
Eddie Izzard, 'Marathon Man', transgender political activist, and comedian talks about his latest role in biopic Victoria and Abdul, working with Judi Dench and his new lease on life
Covent Garden raises the curtain on its new year with two appearances by Michael Fabiano in prime roles written by Puccini and Verdi
As he prepares to bring On the Habit of Being Oneself to Sadler’s Wells, choreographer Joe Moran throws light on his work in an interview with Culture Whisper
Clare Smyth is the UK's only thrice-Michelin starred female chef. She's questioning what luxury means by promoting humble ingredients and a sustainable message at Core, her first solo restaurant opening
The creator of a third Figaro opera talks about settling in Britain, the magic of cats and a fascination with music hall
We caught up with contemporary collageist Robi Walters in his Soho studio to discuss his upcoming collaboration with Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge
Eudon Choi reveals his most 'London' look and hands us his little black book for the capital
We talk to the chef at London's highest luxury restaurant about how his new pop-up is bringing him back down to earth this summer
The Big Sick is the 2017's funniest film so far. We chatted to BAFTA-winning actor Adeel Akhtar
Meet the Handmaid's husband: OT Fagbenle tells us about Elizabeth Moss and the Handmaid's Tale
The London-based rising star would drop everything if the dance show came calling...
For director Francois Ozon, Frantz is a romance with important things to say about politics today
The Levelling is a restrained and accomplished debut. We ask the filmmakers how they managed it
Actress Millie Brady tells us about BBC Two's The Last Kingdom, Guy Ritchie's new film and working with Jude Law
Heal the Living is one of the best films of the year so far. We interview its brilliant young director
women aren't getting more difficult, women are difficult!' – fashion designer Vanessa Bruno tells us what she likes about dressing London women
The singing star of Farinelli and the King talks about working with Mark Rylance, a new opera based on a surreal film, recreating musical history, and marriage
Monica Galetti of Masterchef: The Professionals worked as sous chef at Le Gavroche, and has now opened her first restaurant, a contemporary take on fine dining
We sit down with artist Alexander James to find out about his upcoming show at the Phillip Lim 3.1 store, what he thinks of social media and his multi-disciplinary approaches
Starring Kristen Stewart, Personal Shopper – Olivier Assayas' (Carlos, Clouds of Sils Maria) latest film – is all kinds of unsettling. We talk to the director himself
Meet the opera singer who defies the stereotype with the simple life off-stage – but on stage gets through tenors five at a time