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As Gandini Juggling prepares to open the 40th London International Mime Festival, Sean Gandini talks to Culture Whisper about juggling, ballet, opera and mathematics...
The documentary Life, Animated – 2016's most moving true story – is in cinema's now. We talk to director Roger Ross Williams and author Ron Suskind
Introducing @londonartfile : Every week we collaborate with one of our favourite Instagrammers, allowing us a glance into their Culture Whisper Planner
British actress Phoebe Fox talks Close to the Enemy, feminism and the BBC Zadie Smith adaptation, NW
Introducing @georgianlondon : Every week we collaborate with one of our favourite Instagrammers, who allow us a glance into their Culture Whisper Planner
We catch up with young director Tomasz Wasilewski to talk about his excellent new film
Introducing i.am.caspar: Every week we collaborate with one of our favourite Instagrammers, to allow us a glance into their Culture Whisper Planner.
We interview Grace Dent about the state of the London restaurant scene ahead of her talk later this month at Brasserie Zedel
Introducing The Great Women Artists: Every week we collaborate with one of our favourite Instagrammers, who in turn allow us a glance into their Culture Whisper Planner.
Planet Earth II is the most talked about television series on our screens this winter. We speak to the executive producer of the series, Michael Gunton.
We speak to Clove Club's Johnny Smith about getting the small things right at his new restaurant, Luca
We've teamed up with Instagram account London Living Doll, who allowed us a peak into their Culture Whisper Planner.
As a child he begged his parents to play an opera video. Now Gerard Jones is directing a production for the Royal Opera House
Relaxation is hiding away with a piece of music to play, when you have two pre-school children
As No Man's Land comes to the West End, actor Damien Molony tells us about playing Pinter alongside Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen
With one of the hardest roles in the operatic repertoire ahead, US-born soprano Corinne Winters considers what happens when couples swap partners
We talk to Orange Is the New Black cast member Alysia Reiner about feminism, James Bond, and luxury stationary
The head of the Amex Centurion Club, Rafael Mason, on making the most exclusive concerts in London. In association with American Express
We talked to actor turned director Brady Corbet about his directorial debut Childhood of a Leader
Any 'best films this year' list needs to include Chevalier - we talk to director Athina Rachel Tsangari to find out what makes it so good
Hollywood stars Margot Robbie, Alexander Skarsgård and director David Yates tell us all about sex injuries, girl power and their latest film: The Legend of Tarzan
We talk to director Matteo Garrone and actor Toby Jones about their weird and wonderful new film
We talked to one of theatre’s young stars about his debut as a film director
We talked to the star of Whit Stillman's Love & Friendship about the challenges of learning Jane Austen and the joys of hoppy dancing
Author of powerful new play Cuttin' It, Charlene James tells us about giving FGM a face, not treading on eggshells and making theatre that makes a difference
Tom Sellers' new restaurant, Restaurant Ours, is the hottest new opening in London this year. We talked to him about his hopes for it
We talk to director Joachim Trier about families and an image-saturated society
Playwright Ali McDowall tells us about setting a play on space, his meticulous writing process and finding his heroine
To celebrate Shakespeare 400, Simon Callow dicusses his personal highlights of the bard, the limitless potential of the plays, and his favourite Shakespearean word
We spoke to the legendary director Peter Greenaway about his new film Eisenstein in Guanajuato
We spoke to director Gareth Bryn, rising star of Welsh cinema, about his feature debut The Passing
We talk to the brother of Robert Mapplethorpe – controversial homoerotic photographer, Patti Smith's lover and Andy Warhol's biggest rival – about compelling new documentary Look at the Pictures