NEWS: The Woman in Black Announce New West End Cast

Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s best-selling novel directed by Robin Herford will have a new cast from the 29th November.  Having celebrated its 27th anniversary in the West End earlier this year, Robin Herford’s production of Susan Hill’s terrifying story is set to scare audiences in the West End for longer as a new… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for The Kite Runner

Final casting has been confirmed for the West End premiere of Khaled Hosseini’s  The Kite Runner, playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre from the 21st December until the 11th March.  Based on the best selling book and film, The Kite Runner is a story of friendship which spans cultures and continents, following one man’s journey to… Read More

Review Round Up: Half a Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

Following a hugely successful run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Rachel Kavanaugh’s production of the classic musical makes its West End debut. Here is what critics have been saying about it:  London Theatre.co.uk: ***** “A great big hug of a show that’s as thrilling to watch as it is comforting.” Gay Times Magazine: ***** “Rachel… Read More

NEWS: Rankin to Celebrate UK Culture in New Exhibition

Internationally renowned fashion and portrait photographer Rankin has collaborated with  leading UK names from culture and the arts to create a new exhibition of portraits for London’s Southbank Centre.  On display in the Foyer Spaces of the Royal Festival Hall from the 8th to the 23rd December, Light up the Room: Portraits by Rankin showcases… Read More

PREVIEW: Wolfgang Tillmans – 2017, Tate Modern

Opening at the London gallery from the 15th February, the exhibition aims to examine his work across a variety of media since 2003.  Considered to be one of the most exciting artists to be working today, Wolfgang Tillmans first rose to prominence in the 1990’s for his photographs of everyday life and is now working… Read More

Five Reasons to See Dreamgirls…

As Casey Nicholaw’s production opens for previews at the Savoy Theatre, Love London Love Culture looks at why you need to see this musical… 1. Incredible cast: there are some seriously big numbers in this musical, so prepare to be blown away by the cast – not least Amber Riley, whose vocals have already stunned audiences… Read More

PREVIEW: Little Red Riding Hood, Chelsea Theatre

Presented by Infinite Magic Productions, Little Red Riding Hood will run at the Chelsea Theatre from the 30th November until the 24th December.  Written by Mike Kenny and directed by Owen Calvert-Lyons, Little Red Riding Hood is a fast paced two-hander that takes the traditional tale and gives it a twist. It’s Christmas Eve at… Read More

REVIEW: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre

Mischief Theatre’s world domination is set to continue with this hilarious and occasionally dark new comedy.  So what do you get if you get a group of incompetent crooks, one diamond and even some seagulls together? The completely mad, brilliantly written new show from the creative team behind The Play That Goes Wrong. The Comedy… Read More