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LIST: The best London cultural events 2015 February 4 - February 11: from world class ballet (Onegin) to booking the best London theatre (Globe Theatre season tickets).
Seeking the perfect Valentine's Day date? London is a city of endless possibility, so our experts have narrowed it down and curated two unique date ideas, to last all day and night.
New street food residency at Kitchenette, Ladbroke Grove is one of the best restaurants in West London at the moment. Catch them while they're hot.
Three Sadler’s Wells Associate choreographers present much anticipated new works in a programme that reflects a diverse and dynamic contemporary world.
Award-winning pianist Alice Sara Ott plays a trio of London concerts, with the LSO, alone and with fellow musician Francesco Tristano.
Henry Moore Gagosian exhibition 2015 recreates the studio of one of the most groundbreaking British sculptors in history.
Looking for things to do in London in February? Don't miss the APC sample sale, London.
Valentine's Day Cinema: London has so many offerings – here are our picks, hand-selected by Culture Whisper's India Halstead.
Looking for things to do on Valentines Day? London is teeming with unique date ideas. Here is Culture Whisper's guide to what you should book, see and do.
The Hay Festival Lineup 2015 already boasts a star-studded array of speakers; here's how to get Hay Festival tickets.
LIST: The best London cultural events 2015, January 28-February 4: from kid-friendly exhibitions (Julio Le Parc) to Moro-chef's pop-up (Tom Ryalls).
Sample sale London: Vera Wang wedding dresses and elegant designs available at a discounted price.
Trendy London restaurant opens a new branch in central London. If you're looking for good restaurants in Marylebone, head over to Cavendish Street for some succulent pulled pork burgers.
BFI London: Katherine Hepburn season accompanies a Valentine's day re-release of Golden Age classic 'The Philadelphia Story' starring Cary Grant, alongside one of Hollywood's most prominent female actresses.
Celebrate the Alan Cristea Gallery 20th Anniversary, one of the best contemporary art galleries London
Hollywood heartthrob turned stage star Bradley Cooper will play John Merrick, the Elephant Man in London, 2015, after a sellout Broadway run.
Actress Penelope Wilton stars in Taken At Midnight: London West End Theatre Royal Haymarket will be putting on Chichester Festival's sell-out production in January.
Looking for things to do in London? Want to experience arts and culture without breaking the bank? Culture Whisper is here.
LIST: The best London cultural events 2015, January 21-28: from mythy nudes (Rubens, Royal Academy) to Peruvian feasts (UNA).
The best unique cinemas in London: cinemas showing independent films, and the best places to watch new movies in London–away from the crowds
TALK: Margaret Atwood - Canadian novelist and poet talks about her lifelong interest in clothes at the V&A.
After a successful sellout premiere this raucous, rambunctious adaptation of a well-loved Victorian novel returns to the King's Head Theatre, 2015.
New multi-sensory dining experience from Kitchen Theory explores the curious phenomenon of synaesthesia.
Book ahead for this Benjamin Grosvenor Piano Recital: the Barbican hosts one of the best British pianists playing today.
Dover Street Market London: New Spring Summer 2015 collections in store.
Witth her broken heart and ear for melody, she's one of the best singer-songwriters around. Make sure you book this Sharon van Etten London gig 2015 .
Things to do in London this week, Wed 14th Jan to Wed 21st Jan 2015: the best cultural events, from a Cannes Prize winner (Whiplash) to astounding physical comedy (Kraken).
Stage and screen star James McAvoy (Macbeth) and Jamie Lloyd (director) reunite for Trafalgar Transformed Season 2 with the first ever revival of Peter Barnes’ satirical comedy about aristocracy.
Courtauld Gallery exhibition brings rarely seen works on paper to new gallery in Somerset House.
The deeply affecting relationships between young men in WWI are the focus of a new work presented by the fabulous BalletBoyz, Sadler’s Wells.
New detox restaurant in Holborn houses one of best new pop-up bars, perfect for dry January sustenance, with vegan restaurants in London getting a trendy new contender.
New restaurant in Clapham is making exciting waves on the London food scene by offering haute-cuisine at a very reasonable price. South London, get excited.