NEWS: National Trust’s The Caravan Club to Host Evening Events

Cabaret and immersive theatre practitioners are joining forces to revive the Caravan Club with a programme of evening events from the 2nd to the 26th March.  This special programme will be headlined by Lili La Scala, Dusty Limits trailblazer of the New Cabaret, multi-award winning performer Christopher Green, and Tricity Vogue one of London’s VIQ (Very… Read More

Five Things Looking Forward to About…Beauty & The Beast

Following a wonderful afternoon with Alan Menken last week and ahead of the new live action version of the classic animated film. Here are five things Love London Love Culture is looking forward to about the new film:  1. Three new songs to be included: in a recent event in London celebrating the launch of the new… Read More

NEWS: Production Images for Ugly Lies the Bone Released

Ahead of its press night tonight (1st March), production images of Ugly Lies the Bone at the National Theatre have been released.  Lindsey Ferrentino’s new play examining the use of virtual reality to treat soldiers experiencing PTSD is making its European premiere at the National Theatre. After three tours in Afghanistan, Jess finally returns to Florida. In… Read More

Review Round Up: America After the Fall, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts explores how artists depicted America after the Great Depression. But what have critics thought of it?  The Guardian: ***** “There is terrific range in style and subject matter, outlook and temperament, artistic registers, ambitions and focus here. These are glimpses of the past, but one whose repercussions are felt in… Read More

In Rehearsals With… One Last Thing (For Now), Old Red Lion Theatre

Opening at the Old Red Lion Theatre on the 7th March, images of the cast of  Althea Theatre’s production One Last Thing (For Now) now in rehearsals have been released.  This world premiere production presented by Althea Theatre is inspired by a number of love letters that were written during times of conflict, crossing different… Read More

BOOK REVIEW: Shakespeare by Bill Bryson

The writer attempts to find the truth about the life of one of the best known playwrights in British history – but does it reveal anything we didn’t know?  The trouble with trying to find out who Shakespeare was outside being a playwright is that record keeping back during the Elizabethan and early Stuart period… Read More

Review Round Up: Patriots Day

Mark Wahlberg stars in this thriller about the real-life events which happened in Boston four years ago. But does the film offer fascinating insights into the day’s events or is it too soon to be telling the story in film? Here is what critics have been saying:  The Guardian: *** “The strong narrative pulse overrides… Read More