NEWS: New Production Images Released for Matilda the Musical

Now in its eighth year in the West End, new production images have been released for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Matilda the musical.  Having officially opened at the Cambridge Theatre on the 25th October 2011, new production images of the cast of the popular musical have been released. Now starring Hayden Tee as Miss Trunchbull… Read More

NEWS: Ice-Themed Activities Announced for Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland

Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland has announced a range of ice themed activities for visitors to enjoy as part of this year’s festival which opens next month.  Running from the 22nd November, brand new attractions at this year’s Winter Wonderland is set to include The Magical Ice Kingdom Presents: The Secret Forest, Peter Pan On Ice, a 45m long… Read More

Shows Opening: November 2018

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the best shows opening in the capital next month… The Funeral Director, Southwark Playhouse: officially opening at the theatre on the 2nd November, Iman Qureshi’s play is directed by Hannah Hauer-King and tells the story of sexuality, gender and religion in 21st-century Britain. Life as the director of a Muslim… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for the Shakespeare’s Globe Production of Doctor Faustus

Full casting has been confirmed for Paulette Randall’s production playing at the Sam Wanamaker  from the 1st December.  Doctor Faustus sits in his Wittenberg study, restless for knowledge and frustrated with the limitations of conventional scholarship. Coveting fame and power, he conjures the menacing demon, Mephistopheles, who offers Faustus a deal: in exchange for twenty-four years… Read More

Review Round Up: A Very Very Very Dark Matter, Bridge Theatre

Matthew Dunster directs Martin McDonagh’s new play at the Bridge Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… WhatsOnStage: ** “without the brutal hubris or the brutal humour, the problematic nature of McDonagh’s play, often excused in his other work, has nowhere to hide.” The Independent: *** “this determinedly dark and twisted fable is… Read More