Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 17th December

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture – so why not sit back and catch up on everything you might have missed? 

Alice in Winterland. Madeleine Lynes (Alice). Credit - Mark Douet
(c) Mark Douet. 

1. Alice in Winterland at the Rose Theatre in Kingston: on Friday, Love London Love Culture attended the press night for the Rose Theatre’s 2017 Christmas show – a wintery version of Alice in Wonderland. Read the full review here.

Robin Hood Poster Image

2. Robin Hood, New Victoria Theatre: also officially opening this week was the New Victoria Theatre’s latest pantomime starring Shane Richie. Filled with acrobatics and magic tricks this is a pantomime filled with surprises! Check out the review here.

3. The Box of Delights, Wilton’s Music Hall: still proving a popular read on Love London Love Culture is the review of this world premiere stage adaptation of John Masefield’s story starring Matthew Kelly. The full review is available to read here.


4. Eugenius! the Musical: as well as casting being announced for the upcoming full scale production, people have been checking out Love London Love Culture’s review of the concert performance of the musical which took place at the London Palladium in 2016. You can read the review here.

5. Rehearsal images released for Watch Your Head’s A Christmas Carol: taking place at Windsor Castle, Watch Your Head’s latest production is now playing for audiences but you can check out what happened in rehearsals here.

6. King Tut, Charles Court Opera, King’s Head Theatre: Charles Court Opera’s latest original pantomime King Tut and Love Love London Love Culture’s review is still a popular read. In case you haven’t yet, check it out here.

7. Daisy Pulls it Off, Park Theatre: Love London Love Culture has rounded up all the reviews for the Park Theatre’s latest production which is a spoof of 1920s schoolgirl novels. Find out more here.


8. Pop Up Screens Cinema in the Snow screenings: returning for another year, check out Love London Love Culture’s thoughts about the Cinema in the Snow last year here.

9. Angry, Southwark Playhouse: find out more about the world premiere of Philip Ridley’s five gender-neutral monologues which will be performed at the Southwark Playhouse from the 14th February on Love London Love Culture here.

10. Interview with Daniel Goode: the actor spoke to Love London Love Culture about appearing in Alice in Winterland and playing the Mad Hatter. Read the interview here.



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