The Local Stigmatic Set to Return to the London Stage

Heathcote Williams’ The Local Stigmatic will appear at the Old Red Lion Theatre to mark its 50th Anniversary, it has been announced.  This is a powerful and shocking play which is a study of psychosis, fame, obsession and envy. Graham and Ray are two working class sociopaths who idly spend their days gambling on the dogs,… Read More

New Trailer: RSC’s Hamlet

A new trailer for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Hamlet, currently running at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre until the 13th August has been released.  Starring Paapa Essiedu, this latest production of Shakespeare’s tragedy confronts us all with a mirror of our own mortality in an imperfect world. It is directed by Simon Godwin and… Read More

X-Factor’s Lola Saunders Joins Cast in Save The Last Dance For Me

Further casting for the UK tour of Save the Last Dance for Me has been announced for the UK tour which starts at the Theatre Royal Windsor on the 6th April.  Joining the previously announced Antony Costa,Wayne Robinson and Elizabeth Carter will be Lola Saunders, finalist of the 2014 The X Factor who will be making… Read More

First Impressions…Bridget Jones’s Baby Trailer

Our favourite singleton is back! A brand new film and brand new bump in Bridget’s life – so what can we tell from the first trailer of the film released today?  So Bridget is back to square one – single but at the same time judging by her new job loving life until she discovers… Read More

PREVIEW: I Am Thomas, Wilton’s Music Hall

Written by Told By An Idiot  and using their trademark anarchic physicality and inventive storytelling, I Am Thomas arrives in London from the 20th to the 30th April.  I Am Thomas is a brutal comedy with songs that looks at Edinburgh’s dark past by telling the true story of Thomas Aikenhead, a student who was the last person… Read More

REVIEW: In The Heights, King’s Cross Theatre

Love London Love Culture finally got around to seeing the show that everybody is talking about – and what an energetic and creative show it is.  From the opening title number all the way through to the joyful finale, In the Heights is energetic and heartwarming that shows how a contemporary musical should be done.… Read More