Interview with… Robert Lonsdale

The actor spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about his latest role in Standing at the Sky’s Edge at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. Thank you so much for talking to me. For those who don’t know – what is Standing at the Sky’s Edge all about? The show is about a famous… Read More

NEWS: Philip Ridley’s Vincent River to Play at the Trafalgar Studios

It has been confirmed that Robert Chevara’s production will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 16th May. Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy will also be reprising their roles in  Robert Chevara’s acclaimed production of Philip Ridley’s play, which is transferring to the Trafalgar Studios following a successful run at the Park Theatre last year.… Read More

NEWS: Summer Street to Play at the Waterloo East Theatre

AJN Productions has announced that the musical will play at the Waterloo East Theatre from the 13th May. The new musical written and directed by Andrew Norris will head to the The Blockhouse in Brighton from the 3rd to the 7th May before heading to London’s Waterloo East Theatre from the 13th May. Following the… Read More

PREVIEW: A Simple Space, Gravity and Other Myths, Underbelly Festival

The Australian circus troupe are set to headline this year’s Underbelly Festival from the 5th April. Returning to London following their successful run with their show ‘Backbone’ at the royal Festival Hall last August, Gravity and Other Myths bring their show ‘A Simple Space’ to the Underbelly festival. Featuring a brand new cast, the show… Read More

PREVIEW: Sea Star: Sean Scully at the National Gallery, National Gallery

The gallery’s exhibition will feature new works by the Irish born artist, on display from the 13th April. Having been inspired by  the national collection and his love of Joseph Mallord William Turner’s painting The Evening Star (about 1830), Sean Scully’s new work highlights his admiration for colour, composition and the power of painting.  Considered to be one… Read More

Books on Love London Love Culture’s Wish List

Here’s a guide to a few books that Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon is looking forward to reading… The Testaments by Margaret Atwood: picking up the story fifteen years after the original story The Handmaid’s Tale left off, this eagerly anticipated sequel to the original is set to be published on the 10th September.… Read More