Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam Transfers to Trafalgar Studios

Following a successful run at Theatre503 last year, Jon Brittain’s  Rotterdam returns to the London stage this summer, for a limited season at the Trafalgar Studios.  Running at the Trafalgar Studios from the 26th July until the 27th August, this production directed by  Donnacadh O’Briain will see  Anna Martine (The Nether), Alice McCarthy (Boris: World… Read More

Coming Soon… Precious Cargo

Bruce Willis, Claire Forlani and Mark-Paul Gosselaar star in Precious Cargo, a film about what happens when a heist goes wrong…  Released in cinemas and digital download on the 15th July, Precious Cargo is a story of betrayal and greed – and a chance to see Bruce Willis in a completely different role in comparison… Read More

The British Library Looks at Influence of punk in new Exhibition

Fan of the punk era? Then you will not want to miss the British Library’s latest exhibition Punk 1976-78 , which opens to the public on the 13th May.  This new and free exhibition at the British Library looks at the level of impact that punk has had on music, fashion and design across the UK… Read More

Book Review: Globe: Life in Shakespeare’s London by Catharine Arnold

In the year that we celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare, Catharine Arnold’s book brings to life the London that Shakespeare would have known in vivid detail.  As the author rightly points out in her introduction, very little is known about William Shakespeare and his life so in order to write about him, you need a… Read More

NEWS: Something & Son Announce New Project

Company Something & Son have been commissioned for their next project titled The People’s Brick Company by the NOW Gallery at Greenwich Peninsula.  The new art project will debut at the gallery on the 24th June and will provide visitors with an opportunity to make their own mark, by creating their own brick out of clay… Read More

PREVIEW: Nabucco @Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House are preparing to present the first revival of Daniele Abbado’s 2013 production of Nabucco, Verdi’s epic opera.  For Abbado’s production, Nabucco is set in the second half of the 20th century and looks at the horror and conflict, where the lines of friend and enemy become blurred. Nabucco, King of Babylon,… Read More

Turner Prize 2016 Shortlist Announced

Tate Britain has today announced the names of the four shortlisted artists for the 2016 Turner Prize.  The prize returns to Tate Britain with an exhibition of the work by the four artists, which will open at the gallery on the 27th September. This year’s shortlisted artists are: Michael Dean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten and… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite 90’s Films

The 90’s was definitely a great decade for film and channel 5 recently showcased some of them in a  countdown, so here is a list of some of Love London Love Culture’s favourite films from the 90’s:  Jumanji: you can’t not think of the 90’s without thinking of Robin Williams, who featured in some of the… Read More

REVIEW:DiaoChan: The Rise of the Courtesan, Arts Theatre

Based on a classic Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms , this production presents a fascinating story – but just lacking a slight touch in the details.  Red Dragonfly productions and director and playwright Ross Ericson have created an intriguing piece of drama that focuses on the fictional character in Luo GuanZhong’s original novel – a… Read More