Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 19th May

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…

(c)Johan Persson.

Review round up of Orpheus Descending at the Menier Chocolate Factory: following a run at the Theatr Clwyd, Tamara Harvey’s production has transferred to London and LLLC has rounded up the reviews…

Review of Summer Street at Waterloo East Theatre: this week LLLC paid a visit to the Waterloo East Theatre to catch this new musical, which arrives in London following a run in Brighton.

Review round up of AI: More Than Human at the Barbican: now on display at the Barbican, this new exhibition explores our relationship with artificial intelligence. Love London Love Culture has rounded up what the critics had to say about it.

Preview of Victoria: Woman and Crown, Kensington Palace: coinciding with the 200th anniversary since the birth of Queen Victoria, Kensington Palace’s latest exhibition examines the woman behind the throne.

News: National Gallery has announced Titian: Love, Desire, Death exhibitionthis week the National Gallery has announced details of a major exhibition that will bring together Titian’s series of large-scale mythological paintings, known as the poesie, for the first time since 1704.

Love London Love Culture’s Guide to Rooftop Bars Perfect for Summer: with Summer fast approaching, here’s a few rooftop bars and terraces that you might want to visit in London.

News: Camp Rock star Meaghan Martin is to make her stage debut in The Actor’s Nightmare at the Park Theatre: it was announced this week that the actress will make her professional stage debut at the Park Theatre in July.

News: Come From Away extends run in the West End: due to its popularity, it has been confirmed that this Olivier Award winning musical is set to extend its run at Phoenix Theatre into 2020.

Full cast has been confirmed for the UK tour of Emma Rice’s Malory Towers: this week it was also announced casting for Emma Rice’s production of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers is set to include Rebecca Collingwood as Gwendoline Lacey and Mirabelle Gremaud as Irene Bartlett.

Review round up of White Pearl at the Royal Court Theatre: Love London Love Culture has rounded up the reviews for Anchuli Felicia King’s play, playing at the Royal Court Theatre until the 15th June.

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