Review Round Up…The Comedy About a bank Robbery @Criterion Theatre

Mischief Theatre is back with a brand new show – but is it a hilarious success or does it fall on its face? Here is what critics have been making of it… The Guardian: **** Mark Lawson said: “In visual gags and physical slapstick, though, the show is thrillingly and daringly inventive.” The Telegraph: *****… Read More

Review: Testament of Youth

This beautiful film based on the memoirs of Vera Brittain examines love, grief and how to keep going when it seems that all hope is gone, through the eyes of one young woman’s story.  Alicia Vikander stars as Vera, a young woman who is headstrong and wants to become a writer. But what follows is… Read More

Favourite Shakespeare Performances

While many of the performances listed took place long before Love London Love Culture was even thought of, watching Shakespeare Live! on the BBC last night brought to mind some of the best Shakespeare performances that this particular writer has seen… 1. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Rose Theatre, Kingston: 2010 – starring Judi Dench, this wonderfully… Read More

Things to See and Do in London: Sunday 24th April

In the week that we mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, here is a few ideas away from Shakespeare to see and do…. 1. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre: Mischief Theatre have done it once again, this time steering clear of the ‘Goes Wrong’, instead creating a farce involving incompetent crooks… Read More