Books That Every Child Should Read

In an interesting article found on the BBC website, a poll that has recently been taken involving 1,000 adults has revealed that J.K. Rowling’s popular series is the books they would encourage every child to read. Here’s a few books that Love London Love Culture would recommend every child to read (no particular order!)  1.… Read More

Tate Britain to Present Exhibition on Paul Nash

From October, Tate Britain will display an exhibition of work by artist Paul Nash, in one of the biggest shows devoted to the artist’s work in a generation it has been confirmed.  Considered to be one of the most distinctive painters in British art, Paul Nash was a renowned war artist during the First and… Read More

Review Round Up… Fury, Soho Theatre

Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s new and modern interpretation of Medea has made its world premiere at the Soho Theatre. But according to critics is it worth a watch?  The Guardian: ***Lyn Gardner wrote: “Hannah Hauer-King’s slick production has plenty to grip and a rising tension – even if it fails to address holes in the script.” A… Read More

NT Live Announces Broadcast of The Threepenny Opera

Rufus Norris’ production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera will be broadcast live to cinemas around the world as part of the NT Live season.  The National Theatre’s new adaptation by Simon Stephens will screened live from the National’s Olivier Theatre on the 22nd September at 7pm. Norris’ production stars Rory Kinnear at Macheath,… Read More

Review Round Up…Unreachable, Royal Court Theatre

Writer and director Anthony Neilson’s latest work has been created while in the rehearsal room, but does this unique approach win critics over?  The Guardian: *** Michael Billington wrote that: ” But although Neilson’s play effectively makes the point that the movie business is a madhouse, it suffers from allowing one particular lunatic to take over… Read More

Coming Soon on DVD…Disorder

Starring Diane Kruger and Matthias Schoenaerts, this suspense-thriller arrives on DVD and Blu-ray on the 25th July.  Disorder follows, Special Services soldier Vincent (Schoenaerts) who  takes a job in security for a wealthy Lebanese businessman and his family. But during a party at his villa one evening, he realises that something is wrong. But his… Read More