Interview With… Jonathan O’Boyle

Director Jonathan O’Boyle’s recent work includes Dear Brutus (Southwark Playhouse), Pippin (Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester and Southwark Playhouse), he spoke to LLLC about his upcoming production of Rasheeda Speaking…  Hi Jonathan, thank you so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. For those who aren’t familiar with the play could you explain a bit more about what Rasheeda Speaking is… Read More

Interview with… Twayna Mayne

The comedienne spoke to Love London Love Culture about her upcoming show Black Girl, coming to the Soho Theatre from the 7th to the 9th June.  Hi Twayna, could you tell me a little bit more about your show Black Girl? Black Girl’s about getting adopted and how I forged my own Black British identity through… Read More

PREVIEW: China and Siam: Through the Lens of John Thomson, Brunei Gallery

The Brunei Gallery at the SOAS University of London will present an exhibition focusing on John Thomson’s 10 years in Asia.  This will be the first London exhibition to be  devoted to the Scottish photographer John Thomson and his photography of Asia and will be on display from the 13th April. All of the 150 year… Read More

PREVIEW: Ed Ruscha: Course of an Empire, National Gallery

The National Gallery will present an exhibition examining how Ed Ruscha has helped to shape the way in which we see the American landscape.  On display from the 11th June, Ed Ruscha: Course of Empire will allow visitors to the gallery to see the artist’s take on the cyclical nature of civilisation. In 2005 Ruscha was invited… Read More

Review Round Up: Macbeth by Jo Nesbo

Jo Nesbo reimagines Shakespeare’s chilling tragedy as a crime thriller – but what have critics had to say about it?  He’s the best cop they’ve got. When a drug bust turns into a bloodbath it’s up to Inspector Macbeth and his team to clean up the mess. He’s also an ex-drug addict with a troubled past. He’s rewarded… Read More

PREVIEW: Cantata for Four Wings, Cockpit Theatre

Following its run in Poland, Fundacja Mesinera in association with Kind Productions is bringing Cantata for Four Wings to the UK.  Two angels must fight for the life of a woman on the verge of a suicide. The woman tries to understand her own mind and that she has choices beyond self-harm To save her own… Read More