Rehearsal Pictures Released of Cast of Aladdin

New images have been released of the cast of Aladdin in rehearsals as the new musical prepares to open at the Prince Edward Theatre in London next week.  As the transfer of the Broadway hit musical prepares for its opening performance in London next week, rehearsal images of the cast have been released. The musical,… Read More

Preview: The London Clown Festival

London is to have its first ever Clown Festival, running in the capital from the 10th to the 19th June.  In this first festival of its kind in the capital, 34 show will be shown across 10 days, celebrating physical comedy at The Omnitorium at Manor House. This year’s festival will explore what a clown… Read More

Coming Soon… The Queen’s Fringe: An Alternative Birthday Celebration For Her Majesty

On June 12th, the Lambs Conduit Street Traders Association will bring you an alternative way to celebrate Her Majesty’s 90th Birthday…  While thousands of loyal supporters will head to the Mall at the front of Buckingham Palace, a less traditional celebration will be taking place on Lambs Conduit Street, with the street in Bloomsbury being… Read More

What Will be the Next Disney Film to be Turned into a Musical

With Aladdin opening in the West End next week, Love London Love Culture can’t help but wonder what will be the next Disney film to be turned into a musical?  1. Frozen – if this isn’t turned into a musical at some stage then it will be very surprising. One of the biggest Disney films to… Read More

Cast Announcement for… The Royale at the Bush Theatre

The Bush Theatre’s hit production will return following a successful run in 2015 and will see Nicholas Pinnock reprise his role as Jay ‘The Sport’ Jackson.  This revival of award-winning American writer Marco Ramirez’s play returns to the venue from the 3rd to the 26th November 2016. The new run of the play, directed by Madani Younis, will see… Read More

REVIEW: Richard III, Lion and Unicorn Theatre

This stripped back one woman production of Richard III is just as disconcerting as it is fascinating to witness (and take part in).  From the second that audience members step into the intimate space of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, they automatically realise that what they are about to see and participate in, is something… Read More