Here’s a few reviews, interviews and news pieces that have been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week….
1. Review: Journey to the Underworld, Pedley Street Station – this week saw Love London Love Culture attended the launch event for Funicular Productions latest venture at Pedley Street Station. Including a four course meal created by Masterchef finalist Louisa Ellis and plenty of audience entertainment and participation – what’s not to love?
2. Review: The Happy Prince – Love London Love Culture got a chance to see Rupert Everett’s latest film which focuses on the final few days of Oscar Wilde’s life. Beautifully directed and acted it is well worth a watch when it is released on DVD.
3. Hogarth’s Progress, Rose Theatre Kingston: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the Rose Theatre in Kingston to watch this double bill of Nick Dear plays charting the life of the artist William Hogarth, starring Keith Allen and Ruby Bentall. The review is available to read now.
4. Review: Ladies of Quality and Distinction, Foundling Museum: Love London Love Culture’s Kirsty Herrington reviews the latest exhibition at the museum that brings the stories of the women behind the foundling hospital to life.
5. Mamma Mia! The Party to open at The O2: still proving popular on the website is the news that Mamma Mia! The Party will be heading to London next year, with tickets going on general sale next week – keep an eye out for more details!
6. Interview with Bruce Alexander: LLLC’s Emma Clarendon spoke to the actor about his role in the upcoming production of The Sweet Science of Bruising playing at the Southwark Playhouse from the 3rd October.
7. The Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire opening at the Saatchi Gallery: now open at the Saatchi Gallery, all the information you need about this new exhibition is available now on the website.
8. First glimpse of Divine Proportions at The Vaults: the first images of the experience of Shotgun Carousel’s latest experience have emerged – feeling curious? Then take a look at what you can expect if you choose the visit…
9. Charles Aitken and Oliver Beamish to Star in Billy Bishop Goes To War – it has been announced that the pair will star in Proud haddock’s latest production which will play at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 31st October.
10. Review: Dusty and Me – still proving popular on the website, this heartwarming film about one man and his dog is highly recommended to watch.