Interview with… Sam Weston

The actor spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about Ardent8’s production Sacrifice, playing at the Soho Theatre from the 31st July.  Thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain a bit more about what ‘Sacrifice’ is about? Sacrifice is about an ‘outsider’ who makes his way into a group of students who… Read More

Interview With… George Richmond-Scott

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about his upcoming production of Blood Wedding at the Omnibus Theatre from the 4th September.  How did you first come across the story? I fell in love with Lorca’s work when I was 16 years old and first encountered his plays at college. We studied Blood… Read More

NEWS: Cast Change Announced for Broken Wings

It has been announced that Nikita Johal will step into the role of  Selma in the upcoming production of Broken Wings at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.  Having recently played the lead role of Wendla in the acclaimed “Spring Awakening” at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre, it has been announced that Nikita Johal will replace Hiba Elchikhe (Princess Jasmine in the Australian production… Read More

Review Round Up: Pity, Royal Court Theatre

Sam Pritchard directs Rory Mullarkey’s latest play for the Royal Court Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews here: The Guardian: ** “The play is not helped by Sam Pritchard’s production, which opts for aural and visual overkill. Given that the play is about chaos, a starker, simpler approach would have been better.” WhatsOnStage:… Read More

First Look At…Spamilton: An American Parody at the Menier Chocolate Factory

Production images have been released for Spamilton: An American Parody which is in previews at the Menier Chocolate Factory.  Following the success of Forbidden Broadway, Alessandrini returns to the Menier to lampoon the multi-award-winning Hamilton, with Spamilton: An American Parody, which not only takes target at Broadway’s biggest export, but a host of the theatre… Read More

REVIEW: Sounds and Sorcery: Celebrating Disney’s Fantasia, The Vaults

While this immersive experience brings to life what Disney’s original film achieved, it feels as though it doesn’t quite go far enough with its ideas and imagination.  I have long been fascinated by Disney’s 1940 film Fantasia, from childhood I fell in love with all of the ‘stories’ that were used to showcase some wonderful… Read More