NEWS: Casting Announced for Immersive Production of A Christmas Carol

Casting and additional dates have been announced for Watch Your Head’s immersive production of A Christmas Carol, playing at Windsor Castle from the 16th December.  Presented by theatre company Watch Your Head, the immersive production of A Christmas Carol in two of Windsor Castle’s  two largest rooms from the 16th December until the 4th January. The… Read More

PREVIEW: Beauty and the Beast, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

The theatre’s 2017 pantomime will play at the venue from the 30th November until the 7th January.  In a land far away, lived a bright and beautiful young woman. Her life becomes in danger when she is taken prisoner by a hideous Beast in his castle. Will she escape? Will the Beast be able to… Read More

Review Round Up: Reputation by Taylor Swift

Love London Love Culture rounds up all the latest reviews for Taylor Swift’s new album… The Guardian: **** “Swift is a smart cookie. She’s smart enough to write lyrics far better and wittier than the average pop fare, inverting the cliche of the love ’em and leave ’em Romeo” Pitchfork: “an aggressive, lascivious display of… Read More

PREVIEW: Dead and Breathing, Albany Theatre

Chisa Hutchinson’s play will perform at the London theatre from the 20th February 2018 following a run at Unity Theatre in Liverpool.  Spiteful old Carolyn Whitlock wants to die already. She’s been sick with cancer for almost as long as she can remember and the pain has made her so mean that there’s no one left… Read More

REVIEW: Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre

Howard Brenton’s adaptation of Strindberg’s play is sharp and observant in which the tension is carefully built up in Tom Littler’s production.  August Strindberg’s play is one that continues to fascinate directors and adaptors with its passionate speeches as well as its focus on class and sex. But given the numerous adaptions and stagings it… Read More