As we head into the weekend, its time to think about what to do. Here is a few ideas from Love London Love Culture.
1. Bad Jews, Theatre Royal Haymarket: back in London due to popular demand, this latest revival has proved to be still a hit with critics – but is only back for a limited season so you don’t want to miss out. On until the 19th March.
2. Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern: this fascinating exhibition has plenty to offer those with a serious interest into the techniques of photography and how it can be used to capture performances. It might be slightly overwhelming in terms of amount of material on display – but means that nothing is left uncovered. On display until the 12th June. Read Love London Love Culture’s review here.
3. Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, National Gallery: instead of simply focusing on the work of the artist himself, this exhibition compares and contrasts his work with that of other artists to show how he was admired by his fellow artists to create a compelling and detailed exhibition. On display until the 22nd may. Find out what Love London Love Culture thought here.
4. Mrs Henderson Presents, Noel Coward Theatre: although it may have received a few mixed reviews, this new British musical based on the 2005 film has got plenty of charm according to critics and a stand out performance from Emma Williams to enjoy. Booking until the 18th June.
5. Priscilla Queen of the Desert, UK Tour: Love London Love Culture saw this at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking this week and was thoroughly entertained by the music and characters – even if the plot is slightly weak. Touring until the 18th June.