NEWS: Cast Announced for National Tour of Wait Until Dark

It has been announced that Jack Ellis, Karina Jones and Oliver Mellor will star in the national tour of Frederick Knott’s thriller, opening at the Devonshire Park Theatre in Eastbourne on 24 August 2017.  Presented by The  Original Theatre Company, Wait Until Dark follows the story of Susy, a blind woman who, left alone in her apartment, becomes the victim… Read More

Review Round Up: Consent, National Theatre

Nina Raine’s new play is now playing at the National Theatre, starring Anna Maxwell Martin. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Stage: *** “Roger Michell’s production is, like the writing, precise and elegant, if a little too tidy.” WhatsOnStage: **** “Raine’s writing crackles with a sharp-tongued and witty energy.” Time Out: ****… Read More

NEWS: Matilda The Musical to Embark on UK Tour

The Royal Shakespeare Company has confirmed that the hit musical based on Roald Dahl’s classic story will head off on its first UK tour from March 2018.  Opening at the Leicester Curve on the 5th March, the musical will also visit Dublin, Sunderland, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff with further dates and venues to… Read More

REVIEW: The Red Shoes, New Wimbledon Theatre

It’s back to business for those working on Matthew Bourne’s latest hit show The Red Shoes, following its double Olivier Award win on Sunday evening – and what a performance it is.  Currently, getting tickets for this show is like gold dust and demand is only going to get higher after the production’s well deserved… Read More

NEWS: Lucas Rush Joins Cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie

It has been announced that musical theatre actor Lucas Rush has joined the cast for the new UK tour of Thoroughly Modern Millie as Mrs Meers, the evil proprietor of the Hotel Priscilla.  The actor’s list of credits on stage, TV and film  include most recently his performance as St Jimmy/Resident Director in American Idiot (The Arts Theatre & UK… Read More

Sneak Peak at… Late Company, Finborough Theatre

Love London Love Culture attended the press launch for Stage Traffic Productions latest show Late Company, arriving at the Finborough Theatre from the 25th April.  Taking place at The Club at The Ivy yesterday lunchtime (11th April), the launch was a chance for invited guests to meet the cast taking part in the European premiere… Read More

PREVIEW: Damir Krivenko: For Our Time’s Sake, Strand Gallery

The Russian artist will present his first London solo exhibition at the Strand Gallery in June. In this new exhibition, the artist brings his latest work to the London gallery exploring the relationship between classical and contemporary, giving way to narrative about technology and eternal values of humanity. This display will showcase a number of… Read More

Review round Up: The Goat, or Who is Sylvia, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Ian Rickson directs this revival of Edward Albee’s play starring Damian Lewis and Sophie Okenedo. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Independent: ***** “Damian Lewis (of Homeland fame) gives the performance of his life.” The Guardian: ***** “The revelation of Rickson’s production, however, is that is as much a play about marriage… Read More