Here’s a guide to this week’s most popular reads on Love London Love Culture…
1. Review round up for Network, now playing at the National Theatre: Bryan Cranston and Michelle Dockery stars in Lee Hall’s adaptation of Network. But what have critics had to say about it? Find out here.
2. Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre: following a successful run at the Theatre By the Lake, Howard Brenton’s adaptation of August Strindberg’s play arrives in London for a limited run. Love London Love Culture was there on press night – read the full review here.
3. Five reasons to go and see Aladdin the Musical at the Prince Edward Theatre: on Monday, Love London Love Culture was invited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Disney classic Aladdin with a special event marking the occasion. Read Love London Love Culture’s top five reasons for going to see the West End production here.
4. Review of Aladdin the Musical: Love London Love Culture was swept into a whole new world with this dazzling production that is currently lighting up the Prince Edward Theatre. Read the full review here.
5. Review of The Dark Room at Theatre503: Angela Betzien’s gripping play is currently making its UK debut at Theatre503 – filled with anger, guilt and sadness it has plenty to say about about those who are abused and those who are responsible for trying to protect them. Read the full review here.
6. Casting announced for the immersive A Christmas Carol at Windsor Castle: full casting and extra dates have been confirmed for Watch Your Head’s immersive production taking place at the castle from the 16th December. Read the full story here.
7. Review of Spamalot at the New Victoria Theatre: currently touring the UK, discover what Love London Love Culture thought of this production based on Monty Python’s classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail here.
8. Love London Love Culture’s review of Will Dutta’s latest album: this week Love London Love Culture listened to composer Will Dutta’s latest album. Read the full review here.
9. Tiny Dynamite to play at the Old Red Lion Theatre: arriving in London for the first time in 15 years, find out more about Abi Morgan’s play here.
10. When the Future Comes Too Soon by Selina Siak: also proving popular on Love London Love Culture at the moment is the review of Selina Siak’s latest novel. You can read the full review here.