NEWS: Casting Announced for Ellie Kendrick’s ‘Hole’ at the Royal Court Theatre

Full casting has been announced for the world premiere production of Ellie Kendrick’s debut play.  “We’re harpies. We’re a three headed bitch. We’ve been guarding the gates.  Now we’re throwing them open.” A hole in the ground. Three women are forcing their way out. They’re singing. They’re moving. They’re taking up space. And they refuse… Read More

REVIEW: Honour, Park Theatre

While the strength of the cast’s performances make this a compelling play to watch, the audience is still left waiting for something explosive to happen.  Having originally premiered at the National Theatre back in 2003, Joanna Murray -Smith’s play is back in London in a more intimate theatre that makes the audience really feel everything… Read More

Interview With…Ben Nathan

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to the playwright about his new play Semites, playing at the Bunker Theatre for a limited run. Could you explain what Semites is about and the themes explored?  Semites is about exploring the thoughts and views of people living an ordinary life under extraordinary circumstances. It’s about challenging people’s preconceptions, challenging the… Read More

REVIEW: A Very Very Very Dark Matter, Bridge Theatre

Martin McDonagh’s latest play is very very very strange even for those who have seen and enjoyed his previous work on stage.  All of Martin McDonagh’s distinctive traits in his writing are in full evidence in his latest play – so why on earth doesn’t it quite work as well as his previous work? Having… Read More

Review Round Up: Lucia di Lammermoor, English National Opera

Sarah Tynan takes on the role of Lucia in this new revival of David Alden’s original 2008 production. Here’s what the critics have been making of it…  The Guardian: **** “psychodramatic in approach and fiercely challenging the work’s reputation as primarily a display piece, was considered both groundbreaking and controversial when it was first seen… Read More

NEWS: Cirque du Soleil Extends Totem Run at Royal Albert Hall

Due to popular demand, Cirque du Soleil has announced it is extending its run of Totem at the Royal Albert Hall for an extra two weeks.  The news of the latest tickets for the additional two week run at the Royal Albert Hall will mean that Totem will now complete its run at the venue… Read More

Albums Coming Soon… November 2018

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s seven album picks being released next month – including new releases from Michael Buble and Take That…  1. The Greatest Showman Reimagined: love the original songs from the smash hit film? Well you might want to add this one to your collection as it features new renditions of all your favourite… Read More

Watch: Kit Harington & Johnny Flynn Rehearsing Fight Scene

Rehearsal footage has been released of Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn rehearsing a fight scene for True West, playing at the Vaudeville Theatre from the 23rd November.  The new footage released features the pair rehearsing for a scene towards the end of Sam Shepard’s play which will play for a limited season at the Vaudeville Theatre… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Top 10 Deals of the Week: Sunday 28th October

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s top ten theatre ticket deals for readers available here.  1. The Great Gatsby, Immersive Ensemble:  love immersive theatre? Then you won’t want to miss Immersive Ensemble’s Great Gatsby experience. Get lost in the world of Jay Gatsby in this new immersive experience of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby complete with… Read More

REVIEW: Baby, Drayton Arms Theatre

Intimate and endearing; Baby is relatable for people at every stage of their lives. Baby is a musical that tells the story of three couples each facing their own troubles with pregnancy and family. Its contemporary musical sound has been composed by David Shire along with witty lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr, whilst this production… Read More