Interview with… Rebecca Cobb

The illustrator spoke to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about collaborating with Julia Donaldson and bringing The Everywhere Bear to the Polka Theatre.  Thank you so much for talking to me. For those who aren’t familiar with The Everywhere Bear could you tell me a bit more about the story? The Everywhere Bear is a story about a classroom… Read More

Interview with…Lucy Danser

The writer spoke to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about her new play Lost in Thought, playing at the Hen and Chickens (21st July) and the Bread & Roses (29th July).  Could you tell me a bit more about ‘Lost in Thought’? Lost in Thought is a two-hander about a single mother, Marie and her daughter, Felicity. Felicity suffers… Read More

Six Musicals That NEED to Come to London…

Broadway seems to be the place to go at the moment for new musicals – here Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon picks six that will hopefully make it across…  1. Anastasia – the 1997 film was a firm favourite of mine, not least because it featured beautiful songs such as ‘Once Upon a December’. Now… Read More

NEWS: Joshua McTaggart to Step Down as Artistic Director of The Bunker Theatre

It has been announced that Joshua McTaggart will step down as Artistic Director of The Bunker Theatre in September. Joshua McTaggart is stepping down from his role as Artistic Director to become the Artistic Director and CEO of the Chelsea Theatre, in West London, and from September will oversee a major capital redevelopment project. Meanwhile, David Ralf will… Read More

NEWS: Quentin Dentin Announces Debut Album

Following on from starring in his own musical show The Quentin Dentin Show, Quentin Dentin will be releasing his debut album this September.  Featuring music and lyrics by Henry Carpenter, the album is produced by Paul Garred, co-founder of The Kooks and is available to pre-order on iTunes and will be available from the 14th September. Talking about the… Read More

REVIEW: As You Like it, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

This latest production at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is delightful from beginning to end, making for a perfect summer treat.  There is plenty to enjoy in Max Webster’s glorious production of William Shakespeare’s comedy in which the madness is fully embraced by all of the cast, leading to some wonderful characterisations that keeps… Read More