A busy time in London at the moment – which means more of a choice to pick from Love London Love Culture’s picks…
- Boris Godunov, Royal Opera House: Richard Jones’s production is conducted by Antonio Pappano and stars Bryn Terfel in the title role. Critics were in two minds about it – but worth a visit. On until the 5th April.
- Miss Atomic Bomb, St James Theatre : it might have had disappointing reviews from critics but if you love new musicals exploring topics that aren’t usually shown on stage then this will be a show for you. On until 9th April.
- Russia and the Arts, National Portrait Gallery: want to brush up on your knowledge of Russian culture? Then head to the National Portrait Gallery for this concise display of portraits of some famous faces from Russia. On until the 26th June. Read Love London Love Culture’s review here.
- Paul Strand: Photography & film for the 20th Century, Victoria and Albert Museum: this extraordinary collection of photographs show a wide variety of styles and is exciting to wonder through. Definitely worth a look – but here is Love London Love Culture’s thoughts. On until 3rd July.
- If You Kiss Me Kiss Me, Young Vic Theatre: Jane Horrocks stars and conceived the concept of the show which is part gig and part part dance piece. It has managed to divide the critics but it is certainly a hot topic in London at the moment. On until 16th April.
- The Painkiller, Garrick Theatre: Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon have managed to impress critics in this comedy involving a suicidal photographer and an assassin. on until 30th April.
- The Truth, Menier Chocolate Factory : the third Florian Zeller play to hit the West End, has opened with mainly positive reviews . But very different from ‘The Father’ and ‘The Mother’. On until 7th May.