PREVIEW: Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream @Leicester Square Theatre

Following sold-out runs at the Brighton and Edinburgh Festivals, Magnificent Bastard Productions will bring their show to London for seven weeks in April.  During each night of their longest London run to date, the company will be performing a shortened version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – with one member of the cast celebrating… Read More

Review Roundup…The Spanish Tragedy @Old Red Lion Theatre

Dan Hutton’s production takes Thomas Kyd’s play of revenge tragedy and turns it inside out – but can this new production win the critics over?  The Guardian: ** Lyn Gardner wrote: “There’s plenty that’s inventive and good, including sound design by Kieran Lucas that you feel as much in your guts as you hear it.… Read More

Tate Britain Announces Major David Hockney Exhibition in 2017

Tate Britain has announced today that it will be presenting a major new retrospective of the work of David Hockney at the gallery next year.    Opening in February 2017, the exhibition will celebrate and examine the work of one of the most recognisable artists of our time. This extensive display of his work will… Read More

WhatsOnStage Awards 2016…Who won what?

The 16th annual WhatsOnStage Awards took place at the Prince of Wales theatre (normally home to the Book of Mormon) and Love London Love Culture was in the audience. But who took away what award?  Best Actor in a Play: Benedict Cumberbatch – Hamlet:  In one of the longest acceptance speeches ever delivered, the Sherlock star… Read More