Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular this week on LLLC…

(c) David Freeman

Review of the UK touring production Rocky Horror Show at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking: while it has been a quiet week in terms of theatre reviews, LLLC managed to catch this hilarious and lively production while it was visiting Woking this week. With much to enjoy, it was a definite highlight of the week!

Review of Rip Up at the Garrick Theatre: still proving popular this week is our review of Rip it Up, a show which combines dancing and music to celebrate the 1960’s. Filled with excellent choreography, this was a great way to spend a couple of hours!

Interview with Assad Zaman: the actor chatted to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about being part of the UK tour for  Iman Qureshi’s The Funeral Director, which had a successful run at the Southwark Playhouse last year.

Unique Places to Eat and Drink: March: looking to spend your evening somewhere a little different? Then Love London Love Culture has a few tips for you of some of the best places to eat and drink…

Interview with Kieran Hurley: the playwright spoke to us about his play Mouthpiece which plays at the Soho Theatre from the 2nd April.

Interview with Oliver Beamish: this week saw Emma Clarendon chatting to the actor about reprising his role in Billy Bishop Goes to War which played at the Jermyn Street Theatre last year and opens at the Southwark Playhouse on the 13th March.

Review Round up for The Renaissance Nude at the Royal Academy of Arts: Love London Love Culture has rounded up the reviews for this new exhibition exploring the origin of nude paintings on display at the Royal Academy of Arts until the 2nd June.

Review of Circa at the Old Red Lion Theatre: Friday night saw LLLC paying a visit to the pub theatre to catch Andrew Twyman’s production. In her review Emma Clarendon said it: ” beautifully presents the powerful nature of Tom Ratcliffe’s play. But it also exposes the fact it still feels slightly rough around the edges in terms of the way in which it transitions its focus from one relationship to the next”

Review round up of Richard II at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse: Love London Love Culture has rounded up the reviews for Adjoa Andoh and Lynette Linton’s production which continues to play at the theatre until the 21st April.

Review Round up of The Son at the Kiln Theatre: still proving a popular read on LLLC, catch up with what critics made of the UK premiere of Florian Zeller’s play at the theatre until the 6th April.