Here’s a few things that Love London Love Culture has been talking about this week….

(c) Bill Knight. Left to right_ Ellie Sanderson-Nash (Cinderella), Matthew Kellett (Buttons), Catrine Kirkman (PC Pumpkin), Emily Cairns (Dandini), Jennie Jacobs (Prince Charming), Jamie Barwood (Betty)
(c)Bill Knight. 

1. Buttons: A Cinderella Story, King’s Head Theatre: the Charles Court Opera company return to the King’s Head Theatre with a brand new retelling of Cinderella. Once again, the company take a traditional story and turn it on its head. Find out what LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington thought here.

2. Interview with Katy Lipson: the theatre producer chatted to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about bringing Aspects of Love  to London following its successful run at the Hope Mill Theatre. Catch up with the full interview here.

3. Love by Michael Buble: the singer is back with a brand new album, filled with songs about love. Find out what Love London Love Culture made of it here.

4. Seussical the Musical, Southwark Playhouse: if you are in need of a show for little ones, then this will be the pick for you! Emily Schofield reviewed the show for LLLC and absolutely loved it! Catch up with her review here.

5. Shows opening in December: when it comes to shows it can be overwhelming to pick one that you might enjoy. Luckily, LLLC is on hand to pick some of the best shows opening this month – check out our recommendations here.

6. Northern Ballet’s The Nutcracker, New Victoria Theatre: there is no better way to get into a Christmas mood than with a lavish production of The Nutcracker – and the Northern Ballet’s production is as sparkling as ever. Catch up with Love London Love Culture’s review when it visited Woking this week here.

7. Victoria and Albert Museum announces 2019 exhibition programme: this week saw the V&A confirming details of what visitors can expect from displays at the museum in 2019. Find out more here.

8. Body Worlds, London Pavilion: LLLC paid a visit to London’s latest exhibition to find out more about the way our bodies work. Deeply fascinating and extremely detailed, the exhibition not only contains real bodies but lots of information that will make you see your bodies in a different light. Catch up with LLLC’s review here.

9. Interview with Tony Haynes: Emma Clarendon chatted to the composer about The Grand Union Orchestra’s upcoming performance of ‘Uncharted Crossings’ at Shoreditch Town Hall. Read the full interview here.

10. Dick Whittington, Lyric Hammersmith: this week, Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for the Lyric Hammersmith’s latest pantomime. Find out what the critics made of it here.

 

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