Top 10 Favourite Musical Films

With La La Land the latest musical to hit the big screen, Love London Love Culture takes a look at some of the best musical films that have been released over the years… 10. Oliver! : starring Ron Moody as the loveable rogue Fagin and Oliver Reed as Bill Sykes, this great screen adaptation of the… Read More

NEWS: Jackson’s Lane Announces Spring Season

Jacksons Lane is set to have a busy spring season with over 150 days worth of performances for audiences to enjoy. Here is a guide to some of what to expect from the season ahead:  Throwback: 1st to the 4th February – after a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016, Throwback returns to the theatre.… Read More

NEWS: Tête à Tête Announces Plans for 2017

Opera company Tête à Tête have announced details for 2017, as it new website launches today (18th January) and they celebrate their 20th anniversary.  As well as launching its new public website Tête à Tête have also released its 10th anniversary Festival Report, which reveals that the company still remain committed to diversity including the fact that 22%… Read More

Five Reasons to See Hamilton…(Other Than Being Massively Popular)

If you don’t understand exactly what the hype is behind this Broadway show or need any more reasons to be excited about the London production, here is five reasons why we should all probably see it…. 1. The relevance of the story couldn’t be better timed: yes some people have argued that perhaps the musical won’t… Read More

PREVIEW: Sheer Pleasure: Frank Brangwyn and the Art of Japan, William Morris Gallery

2017 marks the 150th anniversary of the artist Frank Brangwyn and to celebrate the William Morris Gallery in London will be presenting an exhibition that looks at his love for Japan.  On display from the 4th February, the exhibition will feature a number of  important Japanese paintings, prints, furniture and ceramics belonging to the personal collection of… Read More

REVIEW: Promises, Promises @Southwark Playhouse

At roughly three hours long, this charming Burt Bacharach musical is in definite need of some editing but is warm hearted and loveably goofy entertainment.  Based on the classic Billy Wilder film The Apartment and featuring the instantly recognisable music of Burt Bacharach and lyrics by Hal David, Bronagh Lagan’s production of Promises, Promises is… Read More