Things to See and Do: Friday 14th October

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to the best things to see and do this weekend:  1. The Phantom of the Opera, Her Majesty’s Theatre: having celebrated its 30th anniversary on Monday, this long running show is still as popular as ever and as Love London Love Culture found this week it is easy to see… Read More

Review Round Up: Beyond Caravaggio, National Gallery

Beyond Caravaggio is the National Gallery’s exhibition that explores the influence of Caravaggio on his contemporaries and followers. Here is what critics have been saying about it:  The Guardian: ***** “This is the National Gallery’s best exhibition since Late Rembrandt and a lot more daring.” Art Info: “what the exhibition actually does is highlight how… Read More

PREVIEW: Australia’s Impressionists, National Gallery

Opening in December, Australia’s Impressionists will be the first exhibition in the UK to focus on the topic, including 41 paintings.   Featuring 41 paintings, including many important pieces which haven’t been seen in the UK before, the exhibition will allow visitors to discover what impact the European Impressionism had on Australian painting of the… Read More

Happy Birthday Winnie-the-Pooh!

The original adventures of one of the best loved bears was first published 90 years ago today. Love London Love Culture takes a look at some of the best loved stories featuring Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore.  In which Pooh Goes Visiting and Gets into a Tight Place – the silly old bear gets himself into a… Read More

Review Round Up: The Dresser, Duke of York’s Theatre

Ken Stott and Reece Shearsmith star in Ronald Harwood’s play about two men reluctantly co-dependent. The production officially opened at the Duke of York’s Theatre last night – so what have critics been saying about it? The Guardian: *** “Sean Foley’s production has more than a touch of Noises Off in its evocation of the ordered… Read More

NEWS: Damian Lewis to Return to West End in Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?

It has been announced that the Homeland actor will star in Ian Rickson’s production of Edward Albee’s The Goat,or Who is Sylvia? when it arrives at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 24th March.  Edward Albee’s darkly comic play about a family in crisis will see Damian Lewis return to the London stage for the… Read More

REVIEW: Skin a Cat, The Bunker

This inaugural production at London’s newest theatre The Bunker is smart, funny and a reminder of how important it is to live life by your own standards and not by anyone else’s.  Normally I wouldn’t mention the venue in a review but as this is a new and exciting theatre to be added to the Off-West End… Read More