Rehearsal Images Released for Reasons to Be Happy @Hampstead Theatre

New rehearsal images have been released for the UK premiere of Neil LaBute’s Reasons to be Happy , running at the Hampstead Theatre from the 17th March to the 16th April.  Rehearsals have begun for the UK premiere of Neil LaBute’s new romantic comedy Reasons to be Happy, opening at the Hampstead Theatre on the 17th… Read More

REVIEW: Botticelli Reimagined, Victoria and Albert Museum

This new exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum covers an astonishing 500 years of art history looking at the influence of Botticelli on other artists.  This huge exhibition devoted to the lasting impact of Sandro Botticelli is bold, colourful and hugely successful in its attempt to celebrate the legacy of the artist through the… Read More

Review Roundup…London Has Fallen

Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart return in the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen – has making the sequel paid off?  The Guardian: ** ” surprisingly cheap-looking digital effects.” Empire: ** “the most daftly plotted action movie of recent years.” The Telegraph: ** “The film fleetingly comes into its own when it shakes off any pretensions of… Read More

New Cast Announced for The Woman in Black

Malcolm James and Matt Connor join the cast of the hit West End thriller based on Susan Hill’s chilling ghost story.  The new cast took to the stage for the first time last night, in one of the most chilling and thrilling shows currently showing in the West End. The Woman in Black is now… Read More

REVIEW: Celebrating Charlotte Bronte: 1816 -1855 @National Portrait Gallery

It might not be the biggest display celebrating the life and career of Charlotte Bronte, but it is still an intimate glimpse of her personality and influences on her writing.  Celebrating Charlotte Bronte: 1816-1855  puts the author’s life and career into context, with a variety of letters and diary entries as well as paintings and sculptures… Read More

Anonymous Is A Woman Theatre Company to Present Three Week Festival

Women in the West End is presented by the Anonymous is a Woman Theatre Company, a three week festival celebrating female creativity in the studio space at the Arts Theatre.  From the 14th March to the 3rd of April the Arts theatre studio space will filled with ideas and creativity brought to life by women.… Read More

Shows to Look Out for in March…

As we head into March (where on earth did February go?), Love London Love Culture has a list of shows to look out for this month… 1.NotMoses, Arts Theatre: this new play to hit the West End written and directed by Gary Sinyor will run at the Arts Theatre from the 10th March to the 14th… Read More

PREVIEW: Closer, Circa @Udderbelly Festival

The internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning circus company Circa will return to London in April for their longest season to date.  Running as part of the Udderbelly Festival , from the 4th April until the 12th June prepare to be amazed as five astounding performers take part in Closer and  perform stunning and up close acrobatics, in this… Read More