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 a stylishly easy book to read from start to finish.”
Review of Club Tropicana at New Wimbledon Theatre: this week saw LLLC’s Emily Schofield taking a step back in time to catch the UK tour of Club Tropicana, starring Joe McElderry.
National Youth Music Theatre announce details of 2019 performances: details have emerged of the NYMT’s summer 2019 season at The Other Palace in August.
First look at Amour at Charing Cross Theatre: ahead of its run at the Charing Cross Theatre, several new images have been released of cast members Gary Tushaw and Anna O’Byrne in costume for the production.
Interview with Jeremy Sams: LLLC’s Emma Clarendon chatted him about bringing Amour to the UK for the first time as well as what it was like working with the late Michel Legrand.
Interview with David Furlong: the director chatted to us about bringing Jean-Paul Sartre’s play to The Bunker Theatre from the 11th June.
Review of Twelfth Night at the Rose Playhouse: also this week, Emily Sachofield covered OVO’s 1920’s inspired version of Twelfth Night, playing for a limited time at the Rose Playhouse.
News of the Lost Estate’s latest experience The Lost Love Speakeasy: interest has been high this week in finding out more about The Lost Estate’s upcoming new experience taking place in a secret location in London from the 10th May.
Review of All You Need is Love at Cadogan Hall: also still proving popular on LLLC is our review of the new touring production of All You Need is Love which celebrates the music of The Beatles.
Review round up of Sweet Charity at the Donmar Warehouse: we rounded up the reviews for Josie Rourke’s final production as Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse.