NEWS: Tête à Tête Announce Summer Festival Programme

Celebrating 20 years and 10 festivals, Tête à Tête have announced details of their summer festival which will take over King’s Cross from the 24 July – 13 August.  The festival, curated by Bill Bankes-Jones will confront big issues of today as well as celebrating opera as a great night out. Highlights for this year’s festival will include the world’s first Brexit… Read More

Behind the Scenes of… Disco Pigs, Trafalgar Studios

A new behind-the-scenes video has been released for the upcoming 20th anniversary production of Enda Walsh’s play, arriving at the Trafalgar Studios from the 12th July.  Born at the same time on the same day in the same hospital, Pig and Runt have been inseparable ever since. They speak in their own language, play by… Read More

Interview With…. Tyrone Huntley

As Tyrone Huntley prepares to reprise his role as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Love London Love Culture asked him a few questions about returning to the show….  How are you feeling about reprising your role as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar?  I’m so excited. When we finished… Read More

Top Five Favourite Musical Soundtracks: June 2017

With so many great musicals out there, there is also some fabulous soundtracks available if you want to recreate that magical experience of the live show once again. Here are Love London Love Culture’s picks for this month… 1. Half a Sixpence: there is no doubting that the revival production currently playing at the Noel Coward… Read More

PREVIEW: The Blue Note Years featuring Chris Ingham’s REBOP , Pizza Express Jazz Club (Soho)

This live performance from Chris Ingham’s REBOP will take place on the 28th June at the Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho.  Following their previously sold out London shows, Chris Ingham’s sextet REBOP returns to the capital to perform music released by the Blue Note label, adding their own vision and style. Having been formed in… Read More

REVIEW: Tape Face, Garrick Theatre

This silent comedy treat might be slow to start and overindulgent in places, but there is no denying how hilarious the act is.  Sam Wills aka Tape Face has created an interesting modern interpretation and tribute to the silent comedy era that relies a lot on the audience and their willingness to take part, making… Read More