First Look at…Rosmersholm, Duke of York’s Theatre

Production images have been released for Ian Rickson’s production, now playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre. Sonia Friedman Productions have released production images of the cast of Rosmersholm which began previews at the Duke of York’s Theatre on the 24th April. The cast for Ian Rickson’s production is led by Tom Burke (Strike, The Musketeers)… Read More

NEWS: National Portrait Gallery Announce Shortlist for BP Portrait Award 2019

The National Portrait Gallery has announced details of the four shortlisted artists and their work, with the winner being announced on the 10th June. The four shortlisted portraits were selected from  2,538 entries from 84 countries, submitted for judging anonymously by a panel which included writer and presenter Gaylene Gould, artist Gary Hume and curator… Read More

Five Reasons to be Excited About… & Juliet

The new musical has been officially launched in London – here’s why we are excited… Miriam-Teak Lee in the title role: given her immensely impressive and enjoyable vocals (see the video above!), you get a real sense of her confident and sassy approach to this role already. It is also clear just how much she… Read More

NEWS: David Bedella Joins Cast of & Juliet

The two time Olivier Award winner is set to join the production, which will play a limited season at Manchester Opera House, from Tuesday 10th September to Saturday 12th October, before beginning performances in London at The Shaftesbury Theatre on Saturday 2nd November. Having won Olivier Awards for his performances  in Jerry Springer The Opera… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 28th April

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s most read posts of the last week… Review of One Enchanted Evening by Anton Du Beke: catch up with Love London Love Culture’s review of Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton Du Beke’s debut novel. In her review, Emma Clarendon said: “Filled with glitz, glamour and of course dancing – this is… Read More

Review Round Up: Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, Design Museum

The Design Museum explores the world of Stanley Kubrick in this major new exhibition. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. The Telegraph: **** “You enter the Design Museum’s Stanley Kubrick exhibition with no small fanfare. In the main foyer stands a bright orange Adams Probe 16 – the concept car which Alex (Malcom… Read More

NEWS: Hard Rock Cafe London First Location to Launch New Menu

The new menu was launched at the Hard Rock Cafe London on Friday 26th April. Featuring over twenty new offerings, the new menu will be officially launched worldwide on Friday the 14th June. This newly announced menu features steak burgers, boozy milkshakes and savoury sliders and shareables that will mark the most extensive menu innovation… Read More

REVIEW: Twelfth Night, Rose Theatre

A Shakespearean time machine: The 1920s puts Twelfth Night into a completely new perspective. It is well understood by most people that William Shakespeare’s plays are an excellent way of contextualising the world and society that he lived in – as well as his own political and social views. And therefore, modernising his pieces usually… Read More

Interview With… Rory Mccallum & Gilly Daniels

The pair chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Uncle Vanya at the Hope Theatre. Hi, thank you very much for talking to me. What can people expect from this production of Uncle Vanya? Gilly: An abridged version of one hour and twenty minutes. Fresh and spoken as by an English family but still in… Read More

REVIEW: Ain’t Misbehavin’, Southwark Playhouse

While there might not be any central plot, sit back and enjoy the music and dancing anyway in this fun and energetic production. From the second you step into the glitzy auditorium at the Southwark Playhouse, prepare to soak up the cool and sophisticated vibe that this confident and lively production possesses – as well… Read More