Missed anything that Love London Love Culture covered this week? Worry not as LLLC rounds up the most popular reads of the week…
1. As You Like it, Richmond Theatre: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to Richmond Theatre to see the touring production of Shakespeare’s comedy, created by Shared Experience and Theatre By the Lake. Read the full review here.
2. Interview with Connie Walker: Love London Love Culture spoke to the actress about her role in the world premiere production of Trestle, now playing at the Southwark Playhouse. Find out what she had to say here.
3. The Red Lion, Trafalgar Studios: one of the many shows to have opened this week, Patrick Marber’s play transfers to London following a successful run at the Live Theatre in Newcastle. Find out what Love London Love Culture thought here.
4. Interview with Abigail Poulton: Love London Love Culture spoke to the actress about starring in Deafinitely Theatre’s production of Contractions now playing at the New Diorama Theatre. Read the full interview here.
5. National Theatre production of Beginning to get West End run: it was announced this week that Polly Findlay’s production of David Eldridge’s play will transfer to the Ambassadors Theatre from the 15th January 2018. Read the full story here.
6. Review round up for Murder on the Orient Express: in cinemas now, discover what critics have been saying about this new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic story with Love London Love Culture’s round up of the reviews.
7. Harry Potter: A History of Magic, British Library: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the British Library to see this magical new exhibition that delves deep into the history of magic and how it is interwoven into the pages of the most popular children’s book series of all time. Read the review here.
8. Slaves of Solitude, Hampstead Theatre: discover what critics have had to say about Jonathan Kent’s production on Love London Love Culture here.
9. Initial line up for La Soiree announced: a host of new acts have been confirmed for the line up of La Soiree’s run at the Aldwych theatre from the 24th November. Find out who will be performing here.
10. Night at the Bombay Roxy run extended at the Dishoom Kensington: due to popular demand, the production’s run at the new and as of yet unopened Dishoom Kensington is now booking until the 14th December. Full story here.