NEWS: Mrs Orwell to Transfer to the Southwark Playhouse

Following a successful run at the Old Red Lion Theatre, Tony Cox’s play will transfer to the Southwark Playhouse from the 5th September.  Directed by Jimmy Walters, the transfer will see Cressida Bonas and Peter Hamilton Dyer reprising their roles in the production that is based on true events. University College hospital, London, 1949. 1984 has just… Read More

Favourite Sherman Brothers Songs

Following watching A Spoonful of Sugar at Live at Zedel last week, here’s Love London Love Culture’s favourite songs written by the Sherman Brothers… The Age of Not Believing – from the 1971 Disney musical Bedknobs and Broomsticks, this lovely little tune is the perfect choice of explaining of what it is like to grow up… Read More

Interview with… Charlotte Cooper

The actress is about to star in the Rose Theatre Kingston’s production of The Night Pirates. She talks to Love London Love Culture about the production…  Hi Charlotte, for those who haven’t read the book (like me!) could you tell me a little bit more about The Night Pirates? The Night Pirates is about a… Read More

PREVIEW: Festival of Film, Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall’s festival of film returns for 2017 from the 1st October. Here’s  a guide to what this year’s programme looks like…     As well as screenings of films such as Jaws, Disney’s Fantasia  and The Addams Family, the Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of film will also celebrate a number of different talent… Read More

REVIEW: Loot, Park Theatre

Marking the 50th anniversary since Joe Orton’s play premiered, Michael Fentiman’s production highlights the dark humour perfectly – helped by great performances.  A rather morbid scene is set for the audience as they enter the auditorium for Loot. The set is comprised of a coffin on a bed in all black surroundings – it seems… Read More