Review Round Up: Into the Numbers, Finborough Theatre

Georgie Staight directs the European premiere of Christopher Chen’s play which commemorates the 80th anniversary of the Nanking massacre. Here’s what critics have been saying about it…  In December 1937, in Nanking, then capital of China, occurred one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century – the rape, torture and murder of 300,000 Chinese… Read More

PREVIEW: Monet & Architecture, National Gallery

The National Gallery’s spring exhibition will focus on the relationship between Claude Monet’s work and architecture.  This first purely Claude Monet based exhibition in London for twenty years will consider his work in terms of architecture when it goes on display at the National Gallery from the 9th April.  Monet & Architecture will feature over… Read More

Review Round Up: Hostiles

Christian Bale stars in this new Western film directed by Scott Cooper. But what have critics had to say about it? Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews:  The Observer: **** “Hostiles lives up to its deliberately ambiguous title.” Daily Express: *** “Sadly, Bale and writer/director Scott Cooper can’t find a way to sell… Read More

NEWS: An American in Paris to be Screened in Cinemas

Having finished its West End run on Saturday, it has been announced that Trafalgar Releasing will bring An American in Paris to cinema screens.  With tickets going on sale on the 12th January at 9am, audiences can experience the musical in cinemas worldwide on Wednesday 16th May. The Tony Award winning musical first premiered at… Read More

REVIEW: The Crystal Egg Live, The Vaults

This adaptation has good intentions, but the briefness of the story will leave audiences unclear what it is trying to say.  There is no denying that this is a very strange if intriguing story that shows just how powerful and dangerous  obsession can be. When Charley Wace comes to live with his uncle Mr Cave… Read More