NEWS: The Bunker Theatre Announces Spring 2019 Season

The newly announced spring season from the theatre’s new Artistic Director Chris Sonnex will include six productions and a festival.  This first season from Artistic Director Chris Sonnex will span across four months and will also see the opening of the Bunker’s Writers’ Snug – a free-to-use space in the theatre for up to four… Read More

Interview with… Katy Lipson

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon chatted to Aria Entertainment’s Katy Lipson about bringing Aspects of Love to London following its successful run at the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester.  What was it about Aspects of Love that made you want to bring it back to the stage? I have always been in love with the… Read More

Shows Opening: December 2018

December can be a slightly overwhelming time to pick a show to go and see – luckily Love London Love Culture has selected  seven of the very best opening next month…  1. Striking 12, Union Theatre: inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Matchgirl and featuring a pop, rock and jazz score, this Off-Broadway musical arrives… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Atticist’s Outlying Islands

Playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 9th January, casting has been confirmed for the revival of David Greig’s play, last seen in London in 2002.  Produced by Atticist and directed by Jessica Lazar, the production is set to star Rose Wardlaw (Eyam and The Winter’s Tale, Globe Theatre; Jubilee, Royal Exchange Theatre and… Read More

REVIEW: Love by Michael Bublé

Michael Bublé is back with his 10th studio album that is filled with the singer’s deep understanding and passion for classic love songs.  Filled with warmth and positivity, it is a welcome return to music for  Michael Bublé on his latest album that concentrates on the theme of love and the joys it can bring.… Read More

NEWS: Tango Fire to Return to The Peacock Theatre

It has been confirmed that the award winning production is set to return to London from the 29th January.  Returning for its seventh season in January, Tango Fire will be performed once more at the Peacock Theatre to showcase the history of the Argentine Tango from its origins to contemporary interpretations. During the show, the… Read More

Review Round Up: Gainsborough’s Family Album, National Portrait Gallery

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the National Portrait Gallery’s latest exhibition….  The Guardian: ***** “By turning our eyes to the portraits he did for his own pleasure and satisfaction, this exhibition reveals the greatness of Gainsborough. The people here are so alive, it’s as if the gallery had got some actors… Read More