Review Round Up: Turner Prize 2016 Exhibition, Tate Britain

The annual prize exhibition features the work of Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten, Josephine Pryde and Michael Dean. But what have critics been saying about the work nominated for this year’s awards?  The Guardian: “this is perhaps the most peculiar and baffling Turner prize show I can remember. I haven’t enjoyed being so confounded and perplexed… Read More

Review Round Up: Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

Tim Burton’s adaptation of Ransom Rigg’s debut novel is released in cinemas on the 30th September. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: **** “That this adaptation is highly stylish is hardly surprising; that it’s quite so charming and funny is.” Hollywood Reporter: “the heightened, fantastical elements of the story, coupled with… Read More

REVIEW:Rehearsal for Murder, New Victoria Theatre

Plenty of twists combined with an increasingly tense plot, make this a gripping and thrilling watch.  Written by Richard Levinson and William Link, whose previous work includes the television shows Columbo and Murder She Wrote , Rehearsal for Murder sees Alex Dennison recreating the evening on which his fiancee was thought to have committed suicide… Read More

Updated: Shows to Look Forward to in 2017

As we head in to October it is time to start thinking about booking theatre tickets for 2017. With more shows being confirmed for a West End run, here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the most hotly anticipated shows coming to London:  1. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Harold Pinter Theatre: Imelda… Read More