NEWS: Richard Eyre’s Production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night to Transfer to the West End

It has been announced that Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville will reprise their roles in Richard Eyre’s production of  Eugene O’Neill’s play.  Following a successful run at the Bristol Old Vic, it has been confirmed that Richard Eyre’s production will transfer to London’s Wyndham’s Theatre from the 27th January. The production will play a strictly limited ten… Read More

NEWS: Final Casting Announced for World Premiere of Le Grand Mort

It has been announced that James Nelson-Joyce will star alongside Julian Clary in the world premiere of Stephen Clark’s play at the Trafalgar Studios.  Directed by Christopher Renshaw, James Nelson- Joyce and Julian Clary will star in the world premiere production of the two-handed black comedy at the Trafalgar Studios from the 20th September. In his… Read More

Review Round Up: Lust for life by Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey is back with a brand new album featuring songs such as ‘White Mustang’ and ‘Tomorrow Never Came’ – here’s what critics have been saying about it:  Tiny Mixtapes.com:  ” it’s best listened to when you’re in your feelings, and since good news is in short supply, that might be often enough for her gauzy… Read More

PREVIEW: Nature Morte, Guildhall Art Gallery

The Guildhall Art Gallery will present an exhibition exploring how leading artists of the 21st century have reinvigorated still life.  On display from the 7th September, Nature Morte will reveal how artists such as  Mat Collishaw, Michael Craig-Martin, Gabriel Orozco and Marc Quinn have helped to reinvigorate still life – a genre most associated with… Read More

Profile: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

As the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra prepare to head off on tour, here is a guide to who they are…  Having  formed in 1895, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is the sixth oldest orchestra in the United States. It is a company which prides itself on being able to experiment with music including commissioning and premiering new works as… Read More

REVIEW: Beauty & The Beast

This live action version of the beloved animated classic has plenty of action – but could use stronger characterisations to make it an even stronger film.  For those who (like me) grew up knowing and loving the original animated fairytale classic, there were some doubts about whether Bill Condon’s live action version could live up… Read More

NEWS: The Royal Ballet Announce Kenneth MacMillan : A National Celebration

Taking place from the 10th October, this landmark festival will see the The Royal Ballet will be joined by Birmingham Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, Northern Ballet and Scottish Ballet and Yorke Dance Project paying tribute to the choreographer.  From the 10th October until the 1st November, across a variety of evenings each of the companies involved will perform one of Kenneth MacMillan’s one-act masterpieces.… Read More

Interview With… Cradeaux Alexander

Love London Love Culture spoke to Cradeaux Alexander about the upcoming world premiere of his play Funeral Meats, playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 8th August…. Hi Cradeaux – could you tell me about what inspired you to write Funeral Meats? I began writing, just literally putting together a few exchanges between unformed… Read More