Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 18th November

Here’s a few news, reviews and interviews that have been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…. 


1. Don Carlos, Rose Theatre, Kingston: Love London Love Culture’s review is still proving to be a popular read this week. Starring Tom Burke, this production directed by Gadi Roll is an intense ride – but was it worth a visit? Find out here.

2. Art Matters by Neil Gaiman: Kirsty Herrington read Neil Gaiman’s book which explores the importance of art. Find out what she thought of it here.


3. Soldier On, The Other Palace: Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon went along to watch this insightful and emotional piece of theatre, playing at The Other Palace until the 24th November. Catch up with the full review here.

4. Interview with Hiba Tawaji: still proving popular on LLLC this week, is our interview with the singer, talking about bringing Notre Dame de Paris back to London in January 2019. Find out what she had to say about the production here.

Serenade At Christmas Announcement

5. Serenade at Christmas Concert: with Christmas just around the corner, find out more about this concert taking place at St Botolph Bishopsgate. In aid of Crisis at Christmas, it is set to feature an all star line up of performers. Find out more about it here.

6. Interview with Nick Makoha: the poet and performer spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about his latest piece ‘The Dark’ playing at the Ovalhouse Theatre from the 21st November. Find out what he had to say about it here.

Cuckoo, Soho Theatre (Courtesy of David Gill) (4) Elise Heaven and Caitriona Ennis
(c) David Gill. 

7. Cuckoo, Soho Theatre: Friday night saw the press night for Lisa Carroll’s play about coming of age and finding your identity under difficult circumstances. Brilliantly performed, read our full review here.

8. Interview with Natasha Nixon: the director spoke to Love London Love Culture about her gender fluid production of Macbeth, playing as part of the National Youth Theatre’s West End REP season from the 20th November. Find out what she had to say about the production here.

9. Interview with Sonya Hale: LLLC’s Emma Clarendon chatted to the writer about Bullet Tongue, playing at The Big House until the 8th December. Read the full interview here.

10.  Silence is my Mother Tongue by Sulaiman Addonia: still proving popular on LLLC, catch up with our review of Sulaiman Addonia’s latest book here.


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