Missed anything on Love London Love Culture this week? Here’s what has been proving popular on LLLC… 

Review of A Beautiful Noise at the Lyric Theatre: this week saw Love London Love Culture catching the first West End performance of the show dedicated to the music of Neil Diamond. Including songs such as ‘Forever in Blue Jeans’ and ‘Sweet Caroline’, it is a “Designed to be a crowdpleaser”.

Review Round Up of Edward II at the Shakespeare’s Globe: this week saw the opening of Edward II and Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for Nick Bagnall’s production.

Review of All About Eve : this week also saw the long awaited opening of Ivo van Hove’s production starring Gillian Anderson and Lily James. LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington went along to see it at the Noel Coward Theatre.

Review of Dracula at the London Library: still proving popular on LLLC is our review of Creation Theatre’s production of Dracula at the London Library. Reviewer Kirsty said: “a compelling, atmospheric take on Stoker’s classic, an entertaining evening like no other!”

Review of Mandela: The Official Exhibition: also still proving popular is Editor Emma Clarendon’s thoughts on the new and official exhibition focusing on Mandela’s legacy.

Review of Berberian Sound Studio at the Donmar Warehouse: Friday saw LLLC’s Emma Clarendon catching the stage adaptation of Peter Strickland’s 2012 film. The production is directed by Tom Scutt and stars Tom Brooke as Gilderoy.

Preview of Alys, Always at the Bridge Theatre: the Bridge Theatre’s upcoming production based on Harriet Lane’s novel is set to star Joanna Froggatt and Robert Glenister directed by Nicholas Hytner.

Review of Haydn Quartets performed by the Jubilee Quartet:  proving popular once again, is LLLC’s review of this debut album of Haydn Quartets recorded by the quartet.

Interview with Jordan Waller: this week saw LLLC chatting to actor Jordan Waller about bringing his show The D Word to the Vault Festival.

Review round up of The Binding by Bridget Collins: Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for the new novel from Bridget Collins.

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