Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…
Interview with Matthew Gordon: the actor chatted to Love London Love Culture about his role in the new UK touring production based on Liz Pichon’s books.
Review of West End Women at Cadogan Hall: Lambert Jackson’s latest concert production saw Celinde Schoenmaker, Rachel John and Lauren Samuels taking to the stage to perform some classic musical theatre songs.
Review of Tango Fire at the Peacock Theatre: also this week saw Love London Love Culture paying a visit to the Peacock Theatre to catch this dazzling display of tango that was mesmerising to watch from start to finish.
Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Picks for February: now in February, LLLC has selected a few shows that you might want to check out including Creation Theatre’s production of Dracula at the London Library and Rip it Up at the Garrick Theatre.
Welcome to the UK at the Bunker Theatre: Love London Love Culture’s Emily Schofield paid a visit to the Bunker Theatre to catch Borderline’s production. She called it “Hard-hitting, hysterical and obscure”. It continues to play at the theatre until the 16th February.
Interview with Niall Sheehy, Rebekah Lowings and Jacqui DuBois: ahead of its run at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking, the cast of Ghost the Musical chatted to us about the production and a certain iconic scene from the film…
Interview with Ethan McClean: the musician spoke to us about Massaoke’s special A Massaoke Night at the Musicals event that took place at KOKO on Friday evening.
Ronnie Scott’s kicks off its 60th Birthday celebrations: the iconic jazz club in Soho kicked off its Birthday in style by revealing its jazz 60 playlist in a special event that took place at the club on Thursday evening.
New Vegan cafe is now open to visit: a brand new vegan cafe called We Are Vegan Everything and based in Hackney has now officially opened with a huge range of food of drink to purchase.
Kaleidoscope, Saatchi Gallery: on display from the 15th March, the Saatchi Gallery’s new exhibition will focus on the concept of distortion through sequences of colourful works. It will display pieces of work by the likes of Laura Buckley, Mia Feuer and Pierre Carreau.