Missed any exciting theatre news? Missed what Love London Love Culture has been seeing and reviewing this week? Fear not as LLLC rounds up the most popular posts of the week….
1. The Saatchi Gallery to present Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism exhibition: the most popular piece of news on Love London Love Culture this week is all about the Saatchi Gallery’s upcoming exhibition which opens to the public on the 16th November. Art Riot will focus on Post-Soviet Union protest art over the last 25 years including performance art as well as posters, slogans and video art.
2. Romantics Anonymous at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse: this week saw Love London Love Culture visit the Shakespeare’s Globe for the first time to see Emma Rice’s brand new musical. But is it worth seeing? Find out by reading the review…
3. New music from the Leading Ladies upcoming debut album: still proving popular on Love London Love Culture, this newly released song from the upcoming debut album ‘Songs From the Stage’ gives people a taster of what to expect from the album released the 17th November.
4. Reasons to be Cheerful, Theatre Royal Stratford East: featuring the music of Ian Drury and the Blockheads, Graeae Theatre’s latest show is a complete riot from beginning to end – find out why by reading the full review!
5. Insignificance, Arcola Theatre: discover what Love London Love Culture thought of David Mercatali’s production of Terry Johnson’s play – performing until the 18th November.
6. Casting for Goats at the Royal Court Theatre announced: the Royal Court Theatre has confirmed casting for its upcoming production, set to include Farshid Rokey and Sirine Saba. The new play opens at the theatre on the 24th November.
7. FCUK’D to play at the Bunker Theatre: looking for an alternative Christmas show to watch this festive season? Then you need to find out more about Niall Ransome’s (Mischief Theatre Company) upcoming show….
8. Review round up for new production of Witness for the Prosecution: having officially opened this week, discover what critics have been saying about Lucy Bailey’s production of the Queen of crime’s classic story on Love London Love Culture.
9. Review round up of Young Marx at the Bridge Theatre: officially opening the brand new theatre, find out what exactly critics have had to say about Nicholas Hytner’s production with Love London Love Culture’s round up of the reviews…
10. Rehearsal images for Mother Courage and Her Children released: rehearsals have now begun for the upcoming production starring Josie Lawrence, playing at the Southwark Theatre from the 2nd November. Why not take a look and see what has been happening…