Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…
Interview with Fifi Garfield: we chatted to the actress about starring in Horrible Histories Dreadful Deaf, created in partnership with Deafinitely Theatre and touring the UK.
Review of Beneath the Blue Rinse: catch up with our review of Glen Walford’s production which hilariously breaks through stereotypes associated with the elderly. Playing at the Park Theatre until the 15th June, it is a production well worth catching.
Review of Boom Bang-A-Bang at Above the Stag Theatre: also this week, LLLC paid a visit to Above the Stag Theatre to catch another hilarious comedy that examines people’s relationships and insecurities to great effect. Another show worth catching if you get a chance to.
Review of The Lost Love Speakeasy: step back into the 1920’s with this new immersive experience from The Lost Estate. Find out what we thought about it….
Preview of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge Theatre: following on from the successful immersive production of Julius Caesar last year, the Bridge Theatre’s latest immersive production is set to star Gwendoline Christie, Oliver Chris, David Moorst and Hammed Animashaun as Titania, Oberon, Puck and Bottom.
Review of Victoria: Woman and Crown at Kensington Palace: earlier this week, LLLC was invited to Kensington Palace to catch a sneak peak at Kensington Palace’s latest Queen Victoria exhibition to mark what would have been her 200th birthday.
Interview with Nigel Slater: catch up with our interview with Nigel Slater whose memoirs have been transformed for the stage in Toast, now playing at The Other Palace.
News: full cast announced for Bitter Wheat: this week, full casting was announced for David Mamet’s production as rehearsals begin ahead of the show’s run at the Garrick Theatre.
Review round up of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button at Southwark Playhouse: LLLC rounded up the reviews for this musical stage adaptation based on the short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Preview of Dark Matter: 95% of the Universe is Missing at the London Science Gallery: find out more about the London Science Gallery’s latest exhibition which opens to the public on the 6th June.