Missed anything that Love London Love Culture reported on last month? Don’t worry, here’s LLLC’s most popular posts for January…

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1. Love London Love Culture’s interview with Annie Fox: the playwright spoke about her debut play Woman Caught Unaware which was performed as part of Heretic Voices at the Arcola Theatre. Read the full interview here.

2. Woman Before a Glass, Jermyn Street Theatre: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the Jermyn Street Theatre see this London premiere production about the life of Peggy Guggenheim. Read the review here.

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3. Sunset Boulevard, New Victoria Theatre Woking: Love London Love Culture finally got the chance to see this critically acclaimed UK tour, starring Ria Jones. Find out if we were blown away by the production here.

4. Cast announced for Train Spotting Live: following a UK tour, the acclaimed production will return to London from the 27th March. Find out who will be starring in the production here.

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5. East, King’s Head Theatre: Love London Love Culture paid their fist visit to the King’s Head Theatre for this intense and gritty production of Steven Berkoff’s verse play. Read the full review here.

6.  Lobster, Theatre503: another popular post in January was Love London Love Culture’s review of this lovely contemporary love story between two women. Read the full review here.

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7. Hip Hop Zoo launches Jumanji style experience: it was announced last month that from the creators behind  Hip Hop Brunch and So Fresh So Clean comes a whole new experience to bring the hip hop experience to Clapham. Read the full story here.

8. The Rat Pack – Live from Las Vegas, Theatre Royal Haymarket: Love London Love Culture returned to the Theatre Royal Haymarket to see the Olivier nominated show, this time also a celebration of Ella Fitzgerald. Read the full review here.

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9. Bunny, Tristan Bates Theatre: January saw the return of Jack Thorne’s one woman show about a teenager struggling to find her place in the modern world. Read the full review here.

10. Bananaman the musical, Southwark Playhouse: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the Southwark Playhouse to see the world premiere of this brand new musical featuring the beloved cartoon character. Find out what we thought here.

 

 

 

 

 

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