Interview with… Louise Bailey

Emma Clarendon spoke to Louise Bailey currently starring in the stage adaptation of Gangsta Granny, which arrives at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 14th August.    Hi Louise, thank you so much for talking to me. It’s a pleasure, you’re welcome! What can audiences expect from Gangsta Granny if they haven’t read the book or… Read More

First Look At… Wasted, Southwark Playhouse

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon attended the launch for new rock musical Wasted about the Bronte sisters. Here’s a glimpse of what to expect…  Playing at the Southwark Playhouse from the 6th September, Wasted is a brand new rock musical that follows the ups and downs in the lives of the Bronte sisters, featuring… Read More

REVIEW: The Future Starts Here, Victoria and Albert Museum

Equally fascinating as it is disturbing, the Victoria and Albert Museum gets visitors questioning just how much we should be depending on technology…  Delving deep into what our future could potentially look like, the V&A’s exhibition instead of answering questions asks them to explore the increasing dependence (good and bad) on technology and how it… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…Homos, or Everyone in America, Finborough Theatre

Rehearsal images have been released for Josh Seymour’s production at the Finborough Theatre. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening… Equality is here – now what? In a supposedly ‘post-gay’ America on the brink of passing marriage equality, a first date at a New York bar starts two men on a fearless, funny and fragmented journey leading up… Read More

10 of Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Abba Songs

With Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again in cinemas, Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon couldn’t resist picking out some of her favourite songs from the Abba catalogue…  10. Dancing Queen – it doesn’t matter how old you are but if you don’t get ready for a night out playing this at least once you won’t… Read More

Review Round Up: King Lear, Duke of York’s Theatre

Ian McKellen reprises his role as King Lear in the West End transfer of Jonathan Minby’s production which has arrived in London following its run in Chichester. Here’s what the critics have been making of it… WhatsOnStage: **** “It’s a production that takes care with detail, teasing out its themes of generational misunderstanding and the… Read More

REVIEW: Sweeney Todd, Cockpit Theatre

Ahead of its Edinburgh Festival Fringe run, Ethereal Theatre brought its production to the Cockpit Theatre in London.  From the minute you walk into the dark theatre you are transported to Fleet Street and the Ethereal’s vision of hell by the actors who are already in character. The show is dark but with some humorous… Read More

Interview with…Adam Welsh

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to Adam about his show There But For The Grace of God (Go I) which plays at the Soho Theatre from the 6th to the 8th August.  What can audiences expect from There But For The Grace of God (Go I)? It’s a True Crime, semi-autographical solo show, that is both… Read More

NEWS: Sex In The City Style Brunch to Come to London

Taking place in a secret location in London on the 4th August, this special Sex in the City style 90’s brunch invites fans of the show to dress up as their favourite character from the show.  From the team behind Hip Hop Brunch LDN comes this Sex in the City themed brunch, which will include three… Read More

PREVIEW: Ribera: Art of Violence, Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery will present the first UK show dedicated to the Spanish Baroque painter, on display from the 26th September.  The exhibition is set to feature eight canvases to be displayed alongside a selection of drawings and prints to explore the theme of violence throughout Jusepe de Ribera’s work. Bringing together forty pieces of the… Read More