Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: March 2019

Here’s a few reads on Love London Love Culture that have proved particularly popular in March…

(c) Leo Bacica.

Review of The Project at the White Bear Theatre: this month Emily Schofield paid a visit to the White Bear Theatre to catch Anthony Shrubshall’s production of Ian Buckley’s play.

Review of Rocky Horror Show at New Victoria Theatre: the current tour of the cult musical stars Ben Adams and Joanne Clifton as Brad and Janet. In her review Emma Clarendon said: “Naughty and playful, this is a production which makes this cult classic feel as though it was only created yesterday.”

Review of Goodbye Norma Jeane at Above the Stag: this month also saw Love London Love Culture paying their first visit to Above the Stag Theatre to catch this production of Liam Burke’s play which shines a light on choreographer Jack Cole’s career.

Interview with Kalungi Ssebandeke: the actor chatted to us about his current role in Blood Knot, playing at the Orange Tree Theatre until the 20th April. 

Interview with Dermot Canavan: the actor can be currently seen in the West End transfer of Fiddler on the Roof at the Playhouse Theatre. He chatted to us about bringing this classic musical back to the West End.

Review of Rip it Up at the Garrick Theatre: Love London Love Culture paid a trip to the Garrick to catch this nostalgic and entertaining show that takes audiences on a journey through the 1960’s with the help of Louis Smith, Jay McGuiness, Harry Judd and Aston Merrygold.

Interview with Adam Nichols: the director chatted to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about his new interpretation of Twelfth Night playing at the Rose Playhouse from the 23rd April.

Review of Circa at the Old Red Lion Theatre: discover what LLLC made of Tom Ratcliffe’s examination of gay relationships when it played at the Old Red Lion Theatre earlier this month.

Review round up of Sorolla: Spanish Master of light at the National Gallery: Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for the National Gallery’s latest exhibition which is on display until the 7th July.

Review of Pirates of Penzance at Wilton’s Music Hall: now back on a new UK tour, discover what Emily Schofield made of the production while it was at the Wilton’s Music Hall earlier this month.

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