Interview With… Annie Fox

Annie Fox’s Woman Caught Unaware is one of the plays being performed at the Arcola Theatre as part of Heretic Voices. She spoke to Love London Love Culture about how her play examines body shaming…  Congratulations Annie for being selected for Heretic Voices – how excited are you about having you work performed? Thank you!… Read More

PREVIEW: Songs for Nobodies, Wilton’s Music Hall

Wilton’s Music Hall will present the European premiere of Joanna Murray–Smith’s one woman show from the 21st March.  Directed by Priscilla Queen of The Desert, the Musical’s Simon Phillips and performed by Bernadette Robinson, Songs For Nobodies is Joanna Murray–Smith’s new play featuring the music of five iconic divas. The lives and music of Judy Garland, Pasty Cline, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf… Read More

PREVIEW: Still Ill, New Diorama Theatre

Following on from its successful run in the Autumn, Kandinsky will bring its production of Still Ill back to the New Diorama for a limited run.  As common on neurology wards as MS, Functional Neurological Disorder looks and feels like a problem with the workings of the brain. Sufferers experience disabling symptoms that range from tremors… Read More

First Impressions of…Filthy by Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake is back with a brand new single from his upcoming latest album Man of the Woods. Here’s Love London Love Culture’s first impressions of ‘Filthy’ … Even if you watch this video without the sound, you really get the impression that Justin Timberlake is most definitely changing the direction in which his music… Read More

PREVIEW: Bridget Riley: Recent Paintings 2014-2017, David Zwirner Gallery

David Zwirner will present works created by the artist in the last four years, displayed at the gallery from the 19th January.  Spanning three floors of the London gallery, this is Bridget Riley’s third solo exhibition at the gallery and will feature wall paintings and works on canvas as well as a group of related studies… Read More

REVIEW: Bananaman The Musical, Southwark Playhouse

This bold musical based on the beloved cartoon character has plenty of good ideas but is in need of some reworking to make it a stronger show.  First off it has to be said that it is no easy task to take a cartoon character and place him on stage – how on earth can… Read More