PREVIEW: May Morris: Art & Life, William Morris Gallery

The William Morris Gallery has announced an exhibition exploring the life and work of May Morris, the younger daughter of William Morris.  This landmark exhibition will be a comprehensive survey of may’s work, bringing together over eighty works  from collections around the UK, many of which have never been on public display. For over 100 years,… Read More

Books to Look Out For…August 2017

With so many new releases coming up, here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some that might take your fancy when they are released next month…  1. The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz: (released 24th August) this is a brand new detective series based in London by the acclaimed author featuring plenty of buried secrets,… Read More

PREVIEW: In Residence, Griffin Gallery

The Griffin Gallery is to present an exhibition dedicated to all of the artists who have had a residency at the gallery in the last two years.  Opening on the 27th July, the exhibition will bring together a number of artists who have had a residency at the gallery over the last two years. Although… Read More

REVIEW: Chasing the Sun by Katy Colins

The travel blogger and author brings Georgia Green back for a new adventure – filled with disaster and problems to solve.  Live-in boyfriend, perfect career and great friends, it seems like Georgia is only a Tiffany box away from her happily ever after. But when she arrives in Australia for her best friend’s wedding and… Read More

PREVIEW: Hair The Musical, The Vaults

Celebrating the musical’s 50th anniversary, Hair the Musical will arrive at The Vaults from the 4th October.  1967 and HAIR‘s hippie-hood youngsters live as The Tribe, in the East Village of New York: yearning to change the world, questioning authority and the American flag. They are wild, colourful, free, sexually liberated beautiful people who join… Read More

PREVIEW: A World Inside a Book: Gruffalos, Dragons and Other Creatures, Discover Children’s Story Centre

The Discover Children’s Story Centre will present an exhibition looking at some of the characters children meet in some of Axel Scheffler and Julia Donaldson’s beloved children’s book from the 21st October.  Bringing twelve beloved children’s stories  to life, A World Inside a Book will take visitors into the worlds created by Axel Scheffler and Julia… Read More

REVIEW: Disco Pigs, Trafalgar Studios

This 20th anniversary production of Enda Walsh’s play directed by John Haidar is chaotic  and difficult to get into but beautifully builds up the tension to grip the audience.  Enda Walsh’s play is a bit of an oddity – it is both bizarrely brilliant but can also seem at times as a bit of a… Read More