Hopefully everyone is enjoying their bank holiday weekend, but if you are stuck on ideas – here’s a few tips for you! 

1. Kenny Morgan, Arcola Theatrethis beautiful but tragic play is worth a watch if you fancy venturing away from the West End. Expertly directed by Lucy Bailey and wonderful performances from the cast – you need to catch it as soon as possible! (on until the 18th June). 

Paul Keating in KENNY MORGAN Photo Idil Sukan

2.The Merchants of Bollywood, Peacock Theatrevivid choreography, high energy and colourful costumes, this spectacle is well worth a visit, as Love London Love Culture found out this week. One to watch if you also want to learn more about the Bollywood industry. (on until the 11th June). 

3. Kinky Boots, Adelphi Theatreas a new cast is announced, this is the perfect time to catch the original cast in this hugely uplifting show. Love London Love Culture really enjoyed the show, so if you haven’t seen it yet – why not?

4. Romeo & Juliet, Garrick TheatreKenneth Branagh reunites Lily James and Richard Madden in this new production which has had mixed reviews from critics but is one of the hottest tickets in London at the moment. For those who can’t book a ticket or visit Lodon, the show will be broadcast live to cinemas on the 7th July.  (On until the 13th August).

5. Tell Me on a Sunday, UK tour:  Jodie Prenger stars in this charming and stylish production, which might not appeal to musical traditionalists, but offers something completely different. (On tour until the 8th June). 

Back next week with some more suggestions! Enjoy the rest of your Bank Holiday weekend everybody!

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