Interview with…Bilal Khan

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to Bilal Khan about making his stage debut in Dishoom! which opens at the Watford Palace Theatre on the 12th September.  Hi Bilal, thanks so much for talking to me. What can you tell me about Dishoom! Thank you for having me it is an absolute pleasure to talk to… Read More

Review Round Up: Love’s Labour’s Lost, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Nick Bagnall directs this new production of Love’s Labour’s Lost, starring Charlotte Mills, Leaphia Darko and Tom Kanji. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: *** “There are bawdy love scenes, physical gags aplenty and expansive performances from a chamber cast of eight. Some of the embellishments work well but it’s also a little, well,… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for Twelfth Night at Wilton’s Music Hall

Following its run at The Watermill and its UK and international tour last year, The Watermill Ensemble will bring its production of Twelfth Night to the Wilton’s Music Hall from the 12th September.  Directed by Paul Hart, the production is set to include  returning cast members Victoria Blunt (Maria), Peter Dukes (Malvolio), Rebecca Lee (Viola), Emma McDonald(Antonia), Offue Okegbe (Feste), Lauryn Redding (Sir Toby Belch), Jamie Satterthwaite (Orsino) and Mike Slader. Lillie Flynn (Olivia)… Read More

REVIEW: Bohemia, Black Cat Cabaret, Underbelly Festival

“Bohemia inspires genius, great art and madness.” At least that’s according to Miss Frisky, emcee of the Black Cat Cabaret. And it’s most certainly true as the circus cabaret act returns to the South Bank’s Spiegeltent, this time with their latest show, Bohemia, said to be their “most dark and daring theatrical spectacular to date.” … Read More

REVIEW: There is Nothing Like a Dame, Cadogan Hall

This first show from the newly formed Lambert Jackson Productions celebrated female characters from musicals – with the help of four vocally powerful West End stars.  It has to be said that if this show proved anything it is that female characters from musicals have had some of the most iconic songs to sing across… Read More