Review Round Up: The Tell- Tale Heart, National Theatre

This new play by Anthony Neilson is based on the short story by Edgar Allan Poe. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews of the the production currently playing at the National Theatre.  The Times: **** “It’s a little crazy and crude, but, despite the occasional relapses into self-reference, Anthony Neilson’s story works.”  The Telegraph: ****… Read More

Review Round Up: Snow White, London Palladium

This latest pantomime at the London Palladium stars Dawn French and Julian Clary. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…   The Guardian: *** “The dwarfs – renamed The Magnificent Seven – are given short shrift but then even Snow White, played by Over the Rainbow winner Danielle Hope, feels rather sidelined. ”  London… Read More

NEWS: National Portrait Gallery Announces Autumn 2019 Exhibitions

The National Portrait Gallery has confirmed details of its Autumn 2019 exhibition season including the first-ever major exhibition to focus on the untold story of the women of Pre-Raphaelite art.  The London Gallery has confirmed details of  two exhibitions it will be displaying late 2019, with both displaying work that has never been seen in… Read More

REVIEW: Mary Poppins Returns

This sequel to the beloved 1964 original is filled with little tributes to the original but manages to stand out and feel completely original thanks to Rob Marshall’s practically perfect direction.  Watching this sequel feels like coming back to a home that you didn’t realise you missed – filled with familiar details and nods to… Read More

Interview With…Emily Joyce

The actress spoke to Love London Love Culture about starring in The Band, now playing a limited season at the Theatre royal Haymarket before heading back off on its UK tour.  Hi Emily, thanks so much for talking to me. How have you found being part of ‘The Band’ so far? It’s been an incredibly exciting… Read More

REVIEW: Murder for Two, The Other Palace

This energetic and spoof-style musical murder mystery has plenty of wacky characters to provide plenty of entertainment but can get a little bit carried away.  Paying a fun tribute to murder mysteries, Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair’s musical comedy whodunnit is a sharply executed and energetic production that exaggerates and spoofs many of the elements… Read More