Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the ten most popular posts of the week so that you can catch up with anything that you have missed…

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1. Mark Bruce Company to tour UK with new production of Macbeth in 2018 it has been confirmed that the company will shed new light on Shakespeare’s play in a new production which will combine drama, dance and film.

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2. Review of Legally Blonde at the New Victoria Theatrethe new production of the musical is currently touring the UK and visited Woking this week. Was it a hit or a miss for Love London Love Culture?

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(c)Robert Workman. 

3. Review of Pop-Up Opera’s Hansel & Gretelthis week also saw Love London Love Culture paying an after hours visit to the V&A Museum of Childhood to watch Pop-Up Opera’s latest production, based on the classic fairytale and featuring the music of Humperdinck.

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4. Review of 31 Hours at the Bunker Theatrestill proving to be popular with readers, don’t forget to check out Love London Love Culture’s review of this new and powerful play about men’s mental health!

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(c) Manuel Harlan. 

5. Interview with Vincent Simone & Flavia Cacacefans of Strictly Come Dancing will not want to miss this interview with the duo – talking about their latest show touring the UK as well as their time on the BBC dance show…

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(c)John Wilson. 

6. Preview of Tea Break Theatre’s production of Draculaopening next week at Sutton House, find out more about the immersive production, which arrives just in time for Halloween on Love London Love Culture.

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7. Review round up of Dan Brown’s latest novel Originthis highly anticipated new Dan Brown novel continues the adventures of Robert Langdon. If you are curious to know what critics have been making of it then look no further!

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8. Review of Young Frankenstein at the Garrick Theatre: one of the many shows opening this week is Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein starring Hadley Fraser, Ross Noble and Lesley Joseph. So why not sit down and  find out if it made Love London Love Culture laugh-out-loud or not!

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9. Review round up of Saint George and the Dragon at the National TheatreMeanwhile, over at the National Theatre Rory Mullarkey’s new play opened earlier this week – but how did Lyndsey Turner’s production go down with the critics?

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10. Review round up of The Lie at the Menier Chocolate Factorydiscover what critics have been making of Lindsay Posner’s production of Florian Zeller’s play with our round up of the reviews.

6 thoughts on “Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week

      1. Both have a massive theatre district and have wonderful landmarks. London has Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and the London Eye for instance. New York has Times Square, Central Park, and Statue of Liberty for instance.

        New York is more clumped together while London is more spread out. London and New York City are two of the best cities in the world.

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