Here’s a few reads that have been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…

Interview with Kalungi Ssebandeke: still proving popular on LLLC is our interview with the actor talking about his current role in Blood Knot playing at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond.

Review of The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre: this week Mischief Theatre’s production celebrated its third birthday in the West End and Love London Love Culture went along to celebrate with everyone involved. But does it still hold up?

Review of Grief is the Thing With Feathers at the Barbican: another popular read this week is our review of the stage adaptation of Max Porter’s novel, playing at the Barbican until the 13th April.In her review Kirsty said: “Cillian Murphy is the star of the show, dazzling with a jaw-dropping performance as dad and Crow. He encapsulates a grieving widower perfectly, his performance as the desperate father subtle, relatable and beautifully tender.”

Find out more about the Overtures Piano Bar: newly opened in the City of Quebec pub in London, find out more about what you can expect when you pay a visit to the Overtures Piano Bar.

Interview with Anna Morris: this week we chatted to the comedienne about her latest show which played at the Soho Theatre earlier this week.

Review round up of La Forza Del Destino at the Royal Opera House: Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for the Royal Opera House’s latest production, performing at the venue until the 22nd April.

News: The Lost Estate announced new production called The Lost Love Speakeasy: details were released this week of The Lost Estate’s upcoming new production that will play in a secret location from the 10th May.

News: cast announced for Lazarus Theatre’s Salomé: another popular read is the news of casting for Lazarus Theatre’s upcoming production of Salome, which will play at the Greenwich Theatre from the 14th May.

Interview with Elijah W Harris: the actor chatted to us about starring in the UK tour of Jon Brittain’s critically acclaimed play Rotterdam.

Review Round Up of Little Miss Sunshine at the Arcola Theatre: based on the popular film, this new musical adaptation is currently having a London run before embarking on a UK tour. Catch up with what the critics had to say…

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