Interview with… Sarah Roy

The actress spoke to Love London Love Culture about her upcoming performance in Catherine & Anita, written and directed by Derek Ahonen and playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 7th February.  Hi Sarah, could you tell me a bit more about the show and its themes? Catherine and Anita is a dark comedy about a… Read More

NEWS: Hal Cazalet to Return to Crazy Coqs in February

It has been announced that Hal Cazalet will return to Live at Zedel this February following his sell out debut in October 2017 to celebrate the centenary of P.G. Wodehouse on Broadway and his fellow wordsmiths.    Hal Cazalet: Play on Words will play at the Soho’s Brasserie Zedel from Monday 12 to Wednesday 14 February and will see the British tenor joined by special… Read More

NEWS: Royal Albert Hall Announces Star Wars: A New Hope Live in Concert

The Royal Albert Hall has confirmed that audiences will be able to catch Star Wars: A New Hope with full live orchestral accompaniment for the first time ever in the UK this November.  Accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra (who performed on the original soundtrack in 1977), the live concert and screening will be performed for five… Read More

Interview with…Hannah Price

Director Hannah Price’s previous credits include productions of The Dead Monkey at Park Theatre and Boa at Trafalgar Studios. Now she returns to the Trafalgar Studios with the world premiere of Stephanie Jacob’s Again. She spoke to Love London Love Culture about the production…  Hi Hannah, thank you very much for talking to me. How did you come across Stephanie… Read More

Interview with… Chris Born

Chris Born is about to star in Calvary Theatre’s inaugural production Somewhere a Gunner Fires, written and directed by Tom Stuchfield. He spoke to Love London Love Culture about the production and what to expect…  Hi Chris, could you tell me a bit more about Somewhere A Gunner Fires?  It’s a First World War play, but avoids the typical focus… Read More

REVIEW: The Riviera Set by Mary S. Lovell

Prepare to swept into the age of glamour and excess with this riveting read about the Riviera and all those who paid it a visit between 1920-1960.  Acclaimed for her biographies of Beryl Markham, Amelia Earhart, Jane Digby and  Sir Richard Burton to name a few, Mary S. Lovell effectively weaves the stories of several leading… Read More