Missed anything that Love London Love Culture has featured this month? Then worry not as LLLC rounds up the most popular posts of the month…
1.Saatchi Gallery announces Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism exhibition: this is the news that the Saatchi Gallery will mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution with an exhibition featuring Post-Soviet Union protest art – including performance art, posters and video art. Read more here.
2. Romantics Anonymous at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse: last week Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to catch Emma Rice’s new musical that is sweeter than chocolate and just as scrumptious. Read the full review here.
3. New music released from the Leading Ladies debut album: a new track from the newly formed group of leading ladies made up of Amber Riley, Beverley Knight and Cassidy Janson was released as a teaser from their debut album released in November. Have a listen here.
(c) Lidia Crisafulli.
4. 31 Hours at the Bunker Theatre: this brilliant production of a play which is vitally important given all of the discussion surrounding mental health in the news was highly praised by critics – including Love London Love Culture. Read our review here.
5. Anything that Flies, Jermyn Street Theatre: playing until the 11th November, this new play by Judith Burnley is a story that examines guilt, grief and being ‘citizen of nowhere’. Discover what Love London Love Culture thought here.
6. Mark Bruce Company to tour a production of Macbeth: earlier this month it was announced that the company will present a new production of Macbeth and take it on tour across the UK from the 25th January. Find out more here.
7. Tea Break Theatre present an immersive production of Dracula at Sutton House: perfect for a thrill but only on until the 4th November) Tea Break Theatre’s production of Dracula returns to Sutton House to thrill audiences once more.
8. Hansel & Gretel, Pop Up Opera: on tour until the 19th November, Pop Up Opera visits a number of unique spaces to present their production of the classic fairytale. Find out what LLLC thought when it visited the V&A Museum of Childhood here.