NEWS: Casting Announced for Fun Home at the Young Vic

The Young Vic Theatre has confirmed the casting for Sam Gold’s production, playing at the venue from the 18th June.  This production, which is the final one  in David Lan’s last season as Artistic Director of the Young Vic, is set to star Kaisa Hammarlund as Alison; Eleanor Kane as Medium Alison; Jenna Russell as Helen; Ashley Samuels as Roy, Mark and Jeremy; Cherrelle… Read More

NEWS: American Idiot to Tour UK to Celebrate 10th Anniversary

Following two West End runs and a UK tour, it has been announced Green Day’s rock musical American Idiot will tour the UK once again to mark the show’s 10th anniversary and the 15th anniversary of the Grammy Award winning album. Opening at the 17 January 2019 at the Grove Theatre, Dunstable, with press night at the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton… Read More

Interview With…Hannah Hauer-King

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture about her upcoming production of Grotty, playing at the Bunker Theatre from the 1st May.  Hi Hannah, thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you explain what Grotty is about? Grotty is a piece that explores the experiences and challenges faced by women in the East London lesbian community, including… Read More

Five Minutes With… Cecile Leterme

The actress is currently starring in Cheek by Jowl’s production of Pericles which comes to the Barbican in London from the 6th to the 21st April. She spoke to Love London Love Culture about what to expect from the production…. Could you tell me a bit more about what audiences can expect from Périclès? The lifetime… Read More

First Look at the New Cast for Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall

New images have been released of the new cast for Lucy Bailey’s Olivier Award nominated production.  The brand new pictures have been released to mark the  the first week of performances featuring the new company, which began on Tuesday 27 March, as well as the news that the production is now booking at London County Hall… Read More

REVIEW: Pressure, Park Theatre

David Haig’s highly engaging play and performance as James Stagg perfectly highlights just how the history of the war could have been changed completely had it not been for one man’s decision…  How would you feel knowing that your decision could change the course of history or the outcome of a conflict? This is a… Read More