Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th March 2019

Here’s a few favourite reads on Love London Love Culture this week…

(c)Leo Bacica

Review of The Project at the White Bear Theatre: Love London Love Culture’s Emily Schofield paid a visit to the White Bear Theatre to catch Ian Buckley’s play which she described as “an interesting show which hit me massively and carries an important message.”

Interview with Dermot Canavan: the actor chatted to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about the upcoming West End transfer of Trevor Nunn’s production of Fiddler on the Roof.

Review of Rebus: Long Shadows, Rose Theatre: this week saw Emma Clarendon paying a visit to catch the first stage adaptation based on Ian Rankin’s popular detective – but was it worth a watch?

Review of Circa at the Old Red Lion Theatre: still proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week is Emma Clarendon’s thoughts on Tom Ratcliffe’s play examining why in this age of inclusivity gay people are still feeling lonely. In her review she said: “Andrew Twyman’s production beautifully presents the powerful nature of Tom Ratcliffe’s play.”

Review round up: Still on My Mind by Dido: the singer is back with her first new album in five years and Love London Love Culture as rounded up the reviews. Is it a success with the critics?

Review round up: Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre: still proving to be a popular read, why not catch up with what critics have had to say about the London production of this popular Broadway musical?

Review 9 to 5, Savoy Theatre: Love London Love Culture finally caught up with Dolly Parton’s musical which is “bundles of fun” and unfortunately some of the themes it covers is all too relevant in 2019 – despite being set in the 1980’s!

Interview with Robert Lonsdale: the actor chatted to LLLC about his latest role in the new musical Standing at the Sky’s Edge which is currently playing at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

Review of Billy Bishop Goes to War at the Southwark Playhouse: following a successful run at the Jermyn Street Theatre last year, Proud Haddock’s production is now playing at the Southwark Playhouse. LLLC attended the press night on Friday, calling it ” A thoughtful and poignant piece of theatre”.

New tour dates announced for The Girl on the Train: it has been confirmed that additional tour dates for the touring production based on the hit novel are now on sale. The production is now set to visit venues including the New Victoria Theatre in Woking this Autumn.

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