Exhibitions to See: November 2017

Love London Love Culture rounds up some of the best exhibitions to open in the capital next month… 1. The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London, Tate Britain: bringing together works by artists such as  Monet, Tissot and Pissarro this exhibition will examine how their experiences in London and friendships they built in the city influenced their own work… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Goats at the Royal Court Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for Hamish Pirie’s production of Syrian playwright  Liwaa Yazji’s play.  Translated by Katharine Halls, Goats is a new play by Syrian playwright and documentary filmmaker Liwaa Yazji developed as part of the Royal Court’s long term project with writers from Syria and Lebanon. In a small town in Syria, soldiers are celebrated as heroes… Read More

Review Round Up: The Book of Dust Volume 1: La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman’s latest book is the first in a brand new series that takes place years before the His Dark Materials series. But how have critics reacted to it?  Winding the clock back a decade before the events of the original series, La Belle Sauvage promises the return of Lyra – here still an infant… Read More

Albums to Look Out for…November 2017

Love London Love Culture rounds up seven of  best albums to buy and add to your collection next month!  1. The Thrill of it All The Thrill of it All, Sam Smith: available from the 3rd November, Sam Smith’s latest album follows on from his debut album In the Lonely Hour. This second record from the… Read More

PREVIEW: The Rink, Southwark Playhouse

It has been announced that Jack Maple Productions will present a revival of Fred Ebb and John Kander’s musical at the Southwark Playhouse from the 25th May 2018.  With music and lyrics by Fred Ebb and John Kander, who were also behind musicals such as Chicago and Cabaret, this new production of their musical will… Read More

Review Round Up: Glasshouse by Jessie Ware

The singer is back with her brand new third album which includes the singles ‘Midnight’ and ‘Alone’. But what have critics made of the new record?  The Guardian: *** ” On Glasshouse, she manages to harness her rarely seen diva mode in among the pared-back hallmarks, but the result is a mixed one.” Financial Times: **… Read More