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

The Overtures Piano bar announce collaboration with the London Musical Theatre Orchestra: the newly opened piano bar will collaborate with the London Musical Theatre Orchestra for one special evening in which guests can sing along to their favourite musical theatre songs at the Bishopsgate Institute on the 12th May.

Interview with Rocky Rodriguez Jr: in this latest interview with the playwright, he discusses his play Bed Peace currently playing at the Cockpit Theatre until the 28th April.

Five minutes with Sonia Jalaly: this week we had a quick catch up with the playwright about presenting her play Bump as part of the Kiln Theatre’s Mapping Brent festival this week.

News: John Lewis and Partners announce Roof Fest London: it has been announced that John Lewis in Oxford Street are reopening their rooftop for a unique experience this summer to celebrate all things festival related.

Review of All You Need is Love at the Cadogan Hall: this week the UK touring production made its London debut and LLLC was there at its press night. In our review, Emma Clarendon said that it: “highlights the diversity and range of music that The Beatles produced.”

Album review of London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s recording of Girlfriends: Love London Love Culture took a listen to the debut album from the orchestra, of a performance that took place at the Bishopsgate Institute last November.

Review of Night of the Living Dead Live at the Pleasance Theatre: this week also saw LLLC paying a visit to the Pleasance Theatre to catch the stage production based on the classic zombie film – was it as frightening as it was supposed to be?

Review of The Little Cafe at the End of the Pie by Helen Rolfe: also proving popular this week is our review of Helen Rolfe’s charmingly sweet romantic story that is perfect to cosy u with either in front of the fire – or out in the garden!

Five minutes with Olivia Rose Smith: the actress chatted to us about starring in Hannah Hauer-King’s production of the Amber Trap at Theatre503.

Interview with Mike Bodie: the actor spoke to LLLC about his latest role in Night of the Living Dead Live, currently playing at the Pleasance Theatre.

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