NEWS: Joannah Tincey’s Production of Pride & Prejudice to Tour UK

Following sold-out performances in 2014, Joannah Tincey’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel Pride & Prejudice is set to tour the UK once again, arriving at Greenwich Theatre on the 20th to the 22nd October.  This adaptation brings the beloved novel to life with a cast of two playing all of the characters. Using nothing… Read More

NEWS: Royal Court Announces New Play by Shôn Dale-Jones

The Royal Court Theatre has announced that it will be hosting four performances  Shôn Dale-Jones’ new solo show The Duke from the 28th November until the 2nd of December.  Written and performed by Shôn Dale-Jones, the solo show will take audiences on a journey that is both imaginative and touching, mixing reality with fantasy.  “I sit at… Read More

Musicals of the Month: August 2016

Love a great musical? Then here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to must-see musicals of the month!  The Bodyguard, Dominion Theatre: who can resist Whitney Houston’s music? Or better yet – Beverley Knight singing them? Back in London until January, this thrilling and entertaining show is certainly not to be missed, thanks to a… Read More

NEWS: Wilton’s Music Hall to Present Floyd Collins the Musical

Wilton’s Music Hall will bring to life the extraordinary story of Floyd Collins in this musical coming to the stage for a limited four week run.  Running at the venue from the 21st September until the 15th October, this real life story of cave explorer Floyd Collins is brought vividly to life in a new… Read More

Review Round Up: The Queen of Spades, Opera Holland Park

This latest production part of Opera Holland Park’s 2016 season is Tchaikovsky’s opera, directed by Rodula Gaitanou. So what have critics made of it?  The Guardian: **** “Musically, it’s exceptionally strong, though there are moments of theatrical unevenness.” The Financial Times: *** “All told, a solid performance, which rises in dark power as dusk settles over the… Read More

REVIEW: William Eggleston Portraits, National Portrait Gallery

Sharp, clinical but fascinating insight of how a photograph can really capture a moment effectively, thanks the work of American photographer William Eggleston.  This short and concise exhibition devoted to the work of William Eggleston isn’t so much a retrospective and overview of his career, but rather more focused on his techniques as an artist… Read More