REVIEW: Romantics Anonymous, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

This glorious new musical based on the 2010 film Les Emotifs Anonymes is a treat and a delight to watch from beginning to end.  What a scrummy treat this new musical is! With songs that are like a box of chocolate themselves: full of treats and unexpected surprises and a genuinely heartfelt story that celebrates… Read More

PREVIEW: The Lost Boy Peter Pan, Pleasance Theatre

Action to the Word in association with Glynis Henderson Productions will present a new take on J.M Barrie’s classic story at the Pleasance Theatre from the 29th November.  Based on the most famous children’s story of all time, The Lost Boy Peter Pan is a journey past the second star to the right and on… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for World Premiere of Bananaman the Musical

Casting for the world premiere of Bananaman the Musical has been confirmed ahead of the production opening at the Southwark Playhouse from the 15th December.  With supervillains Doctor Gloom and General Blight attempting world domination, who can we call?Superman’s on holiday. Spiderman’s not picking up. Our only option – our very, very last option –… Read More

PREVIEW: Points of View, National Trust, Horniman Museum and Gardens

To mark eighty years since the first protected views were proposed, the National Trust, the Horniman Museum and Gardens, and Bompas & Parr will collaborate on a new installation, ‘The Imminent Diorama’, which will sit atop one of London’s finest unprotected views of the city at the Horniman. This interactive new installation will allow the public… Read More

PREVIEW: Pippin, Southwark Playhouse

It has been confirmed that Stephen Schwartz’s Tony Award-winning musical will play at the Southwark Playhouse from the 23rd February 2018.  Following on from a successful run at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre, it has been confirmed that Jonathan O’Boyle’s production of the musical will come to London in 2018. A soul-searching exploration of one man’s journey to… Read More

NEWS: Trailer Released for Svetlana Zakharova’s ‘Amore’

Ahead of  Bolshoi Ballet Prima Ballerina Svetlana Zakharova presenting the UK premiere of her triple bill dance programme at the London Coliseum, a new trailer has been released:  Arriving in London for three performances only from the 21st November, ‘Amore’ will see Svetlana joined by some of the Bolshoi Theatre’s brightest stars including Mikhail Lobukhin, Denis Rodkin and… Read More

Review Round Up: Thor: Ragnarok

Thor and company are back for a whole new adventure – but does it thrill critics? Here’s Love London Love Culture’s round up of the reviews…  The Guardian: *** “it’s so winningly, unpretentiously funny. It basically throws up its hands at its own ridiculousness and plays it all for laughs – and it gets them.”… Read More

NEWS: Steven Berkoff’s East to Open 2018 at King’s Head Theatre

It has been announced that Steven Berkoff’s East will play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 10th January 2018.  East catapults us into the rowdy youth of Mike and Les as they fight over Mike’s girl Sylv and become unexpected allies. Assaultive, riotously funny, and entirely unapologetic, we are lured into their tall-tales of… Read More

REVIEW: The Addams Family in Concert, Royal Albert Hall

Featuring a live orchestra, the 1991 kooky film received its world premiere screening at the Royal Albert Hall last night.  This world premiere screening, with a live performance of the film’s score wonderfully brought to life by the orchestra who capture the film’s quirky charm perfectly was a perfect way to get Halloween celebrations started… Read More