Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…
Review of Swan Lake at New Victoria Theatre: this week Matthew Bourne’s classic production arrived in Woking – discover what LLLC’s Emma Clarendon made of it in her review.
Review of Jewel of the Empire, Pedley Street Station: also this week, Love London Love Culture was lucky to catch Funicular Productions latest experience at Pedley Street Station. Delicious food on the menu and a fabulous mystery to solve – what was not to love about this?
Review of Twelfth Night at the Rose Playhouse: still proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week is Emily Schofield’s review of OVO’s 1920’s inspired production of Twelfth Night, which completes its London run today.
First look at Rosmersholm: having officially opened at the Duke of York’s Theatre this week, take a look at a selection of production images of the cast in action in this new adaptation if Ibsen’s play.
Interview with David Furlong: the director chatted to us about his upcoming production of The Flies playing at the Bunker Theatre from the 11th June.
Preview of We Love Cheese Festival: also proving popular on LLLC this week is our preview of the upcoming cheese festival, taking place at Battersea Power Station on the 11th and 12th May.
Review round up of Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition at the Design Museum: Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for the Design Museum’s major Stanley Kubrick exhibition – which is a must-see for both film and design fans.
Review round up of Man of La Mancha at the London Coliseum: officially opening at the London Coliseum this week, discover what critics made of this revival of the musical starring Kelsey Grammer.
National Portrait Gallery announces shortlist for 2019 Portrait Prize: this week the National Portrait Gallery announced the shortlist of artists nominated for this year’s BP Portrait Prize, with the winner being announced on the 10th June.
Interview with Bertie Dieter: we chatted to Bertie about bringing the Little Death Club to London’s Underbelly Festival.