Interview With… Lev Dodin

The lauded Russian director tells us about bringing his much-praised production of Three Sisters to London and why, after 35 years running the Maly Drama Theatre, he still gets nervous. “If you put in a lot of effort, at some point something will come out.” By iconic director Lev Dodin’s own admission, this Russian proverb… Read More

Review Round Up: Salt, Royal Court Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Selina Thompson’s award winning play, now playing at the Royal Court Theatre. The Times: ***** “Sinewy, poetic and profound, this plunges deep into the experience of being black and British and of being descended from enslaved people.” WhatsOnStage: ***** “It’s a heavy story made endurable by… Read More

NEWS: Take Note Theatre Announces Production of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing

The production will play at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre from the 17th July until the 18th August. Take Note Theatre has announced that they will be presenting a brand-new production of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing, which will play at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre from the 17th July. The play is written by Greg Freeman and… Read More

Interview With…Andrew Day

The writer spoke to us about bringing back Bullet Tongue Reloaded to The Big House. Hi Andrew. For those who haven’t seen Bullet Tongue Reloaded yet – what can they expect if they come along this time around? Explosive performances. That’s what The Big House is all about. We build a production that allows young talent… Read More

Interview With…Fifi Garfield

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about working alongside Deafinitely Theatre on Horrible Histories Dreadful Deaf. How are you feeling about being part of this production? I feel really privileged to be part of this production as I feel that deaf history is a part of me, it’s where I came from, if it wasn’t… Read More

REVIEW: Victoria: Woman and Crown, Kensington Palace

Coinciding with the 200th Anniversary since the birth of Queen Victoria, Kensington Palace’s concise and fascinating exhibition unveils a different side of her life. When we tend to think of Queen Victoria it is easy to think of her as the sombre woman who stayed in mourning for the rest of her life after the… Read More

REVIEW: The Lost Love Speakeasy, Secret Location

Prepare to be swept back to the glamour of the 1920’s in this sophisticated and lively experience. From the second you step into the uniquely designed speakeasy that The Lost Estate has created for their latest experience you are surrounded by classic categories of people of that era including mobsters and Hollywood stars thanks to… Read More