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The Globe Theatre announces the return of the priceless Shakespeare First Folio, recently found in France, and a brand new library to commemorate 400 years since Shakespeare’s death.
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Take a look inside the new London photography exhibition at the V&A, Staying Power, with Curator of Photographs Martha Weiss
Wayne McGregor | Random Dance: Atomos, review by Ruth Mattock, is a cognitive pleasure rather than an emotional one.
Exclusive interview with one of the curators of the Hayward Gallery 2015 exhibition, Turner Prize nominee Roger Hiorns
It may not be as shocking or searing as when it premiered in 1999 but this Donmar Warehouse Closer revival still sizzles, says Lucy Brooks
John Singer Sargent, National Portrait Gallery 2015 exhibition: rich colours, lavish oils and sumptuous painting from the king of portraits
Get ready to book the Young Vic Theatre's best new shows. With famous faces and visionary creatives it will be a sellout.
EDITOR'S PICK: As two giants of British sculpture come to Tate Modern and Gagosian gallery in 2015, we break down the Henry Moore & Barbara Hepworth relationship.
Perverse, sinister and fantastic: Marlene Dumas Tate Modern exhibition could be one of the best shows in London this year.
Culture Whisper rounds up the Berlin Film Festival submissions, 2015: from Werner Herzog's latest to Fifty Shades of Grey, it's about as diverse as it gets.
Luc Tuymans London exhibition at David Zwirner opens in the wake of plagiarism conviction
So, who is Marlene Dumas? Everything you need to know about the must-see artist before her Tate Modern 2015 exhibition.
Opposites still spark in this snappy and heart-warming rom-com told through the first and last hour of a relationship, writes Lucy Brooks
With the Costa Book Award category winners already out, the overall winner of Book of the Year 2014 was given to Helen Macdonald.
A devastating yet subtle tale of maternal devotion and determination, stunningly performed by Penelope Wilton, writes Lucy Brooks
Curator Fatoş Üstek discusses the challenges of putting 50 exhibitions on in 50 weeks for the groundbreaking fig-2 exhibition in the ICA Studio
An exuberant example of the joys of fringe theatre, which will have you howling with laughter, writes Lucy Brooks
NEWS: Tom Sturridge and John Goodman join Damian Lewis, Homeland star, for star-studded revival of David Mamet's American Buffalo.
BOOKING REMINDER: National Theatre new season tickets on sale from 8.30am, Thursday 12th February, with Caryl Churchill, Damon Albarn and Rufus Norris at the helm.
Writhing flesh, divine retribution and world class portraiture: Royal Academy Rubens show is one of the best exhibitions in London.
Works not seen since 1968 revealed as part of the highly anticipated Tate Britain Barbara Hepworth exhibition. Alice Godwin tells you why it's compulsory viewing.
Rebel street artist CARTRAIN tells us about London life in the East End after the mainstream moved in
EDITOR'S PICK: With the announcement of the Oscars 2015 nominees, here are our best bets: Academy Award predictions from the Culture Whisper team.
EDITOR'S PICK: With the anniversary of his death, we take a look at the key Winston Churchill facts- and why he stuck out like a sore thumb.
Political, potent and complex: the journey of abstraction in art has no end in sight at Whitechapel Gallery, Adventures of the Black Square
REVIEW: Shakespeare's Othello is made urgently alive as the physical theatre brings thrilling ripples of violence and sensuality writes Lucy Brooks
Mind-boggling feats both silly and profound make for an engrossing and refreshingly honest show, writes Lucy Brooks
NEWS: As the Gilbert and Ildiko Gallery opens, Head of the Courtauld Dr Ernst Vegelin tells Culture Whisper what all the fuss is about
The nominees for the British Academy of Film and Television Awards have just been announced. We take a look at new talent on the scene and some of the more seasoned nominees.
Fun, feisty and refreshingly feminist, Almodóvar's film fizzes on stage, but some of the hysteria and heartbreak feels a little hollow, writes Lucy Brooks
Hollywood heartthrob turned stage star Bradley Cooper has revealed that smash hit Broadway show Elephant man will transfer to London in 2015.