Interview With… Kim Maresca

The actress spoke to Love London Love Culture about the upcoming production of Ruthless! The Musical, playing at the Arts Theatre from the 16th March.  Hi Kim, thank you so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. For those who aren’t familiar with Ruthless the Musical what is it about? Ruthless! is a hilarious musical… Read More

Interview With… Sam Fogell

The actor spoke to Love London Love Culture about appearing in The Comedy About a Bank Robbery…  Hi Sam – how does it feel to be taking on the role of Sam more permanently? Fantastic! Performing on the west end is a dream come true and with a character like Sam you find something new on… Read More

Interview With… Nikki Sved

The Artistic Director of Theatre Alibi talks to Love London Love Culture about her latest production The Boy Who Climbed into the Moon, playing at the Polka Theatre from the 8th to the 11th March… How would you describe the show for those who might like to come along? It’s about how the strangest of ideas might… Read More

Interview With…Gehane Strehler

The actress is about to perform as part of Female Parts: Shorts at the Hoxton Hall. She spoke to Love London Love Culture about the importance of female voices in the theatre… Hi Gehane, thank you so much for talking to LLLC. Could you tell me a little bit more about Female Parts: Shorts? No problem…… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Announced for An Ideal Husband

Classic Spring has announced further casting for its upcoming production of An Ideal Husband, playing at the Vaudeville Theatre from the 20th April.  It has been confirmed that joining the previously announced Edward and Freddie Fox as  the  Earl of Caversham and Lord Goring and Frances Barber Mrs Cheveley,  Sally Bretton and Nathaniel Parker will join the cast… Read More

NEWS: West End Eurovision Returns to London

Returning after a four year gap, West End Eurovision will take place at the Shaftesbury Theatre on the 22nd April.  Celebrating the Eurovision Song Contest in true West End style, West End Eurovision will see the casts of 42nd Street, Aladdin, Hamilton, Dreamgirls, Kinky Boots, Mamma Mia!, The Phantom of the Opera and Young Frankenstein… Read More

REVIEW: The Best Man, Playhouse Theatre

Gore Vidal’s insightful look into the American elections is sharply written – but does it reveal anything about the world of politics that we didn’t already know?  Has politics really changed over the years or has it, as this production of Gore Vidal’s 1960 play proves, just the names involved that have changed? Set against… Read More