Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: Sunday 30th June

Here’s a round up of what Love London Love Culture has been up to this month… Review of Hugh Jackman: the Man. The Music. The Show at The O2: getting the month to an exciting start, Love London Love Culture visited The O2 to see Hugh Jackman’s first world touring show, which saw him performing… Read More

REVIEW: Dark Sublime, Trafalgar Studios

A love letter to 1980s science fiction television, filled with references to show business, science fiction, and fan culture, Dark Sublime asks what happens next. Marianne Hogg (Star Trek alum Marina Sirtis) is the face of Queen Ragana from the short-lived 1980s ITV sci-fi series Dark Sublime. Unavailable on DVD and unlikely to interest Netflix,… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 30th June

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of Radio at the Arcola Theatre: this week we attended the press night for this revival of Al Smith’s play. While it was an excellent production, we felt that it was lacking something to make it extra special…… Read More

NEWS: SIX Extends Run at the Arts Theatre

The Olivier Award nominated show has announced it is extending its run in London by six months. It has been confirmed that Toby Marlowe and Lucy Moss’s musical based on the lives of Henry VIII’s wives is now booking at the Arts Theatre until the 5th July 2020. With tickets on sale now for the… Read More

NEWS: Noel Sullivan Joins Cast of School of Rock – The Musical

It has been announced that Noel Sullivan will be joining the West End production from the 19th August. Best known for being a member of pop group Hear’Say, winners of ITV’s hit show Popstars, Noel Sullivan’s previous West End roles include  Galileo in We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre, Danny Zuko in Grease at the Piccadilly Theatre as well… Read More

Review Round Up: Yesterday

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis’s new film. BBC.com: **** “Even though the romance is a bit flat, the Beatles part of Yesterday is more than enough to carry it. A couple of times the film teases the possibility that the real Paul or Ringo might turn… Read More

Review Round Up: Present Laughter, Old Vic

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this revival of Noel Coward’s comedy now playing at the Old Vic Theatre. Time Out: ***** “Coward’s comedy lets Scott show off both his endless proficiency for delivering a well-timed quip, and his physical virtuosity.” The Independent: **** “There’s an abundance of laughter – present and deliciously… Read More

NEWS: Fire Hazard Games Announces 80 Days: A Real-World Adventure

Running from the 11th July, Fire Hazard Games have released details of their latest adventure for adults. Taking place at a secret location in Covent Garden and inspired by Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel Around the World in 80 Days, 80 Days: A Real-World Adventure is a new high energy urban adventure for adults. The… Read More

REVIEW: On Your Feet! London Coliseum

Filled with charm and fabulous dancing, On Your Feet! is the ultimate feel-good show for the Summer. This vibrant and colourful musical has plenty of energy and personality about it to ensure that a smile is kept on your face from beginning to end – even if the plot feels slightly flimsy in places. Taking… Read More

PREVIEW: Chihuly Nights, Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens will allow visitors to see Chihuly’s artwork after dark from the 15th August until the 26th October. Experience Kew Gardens’ latest exhibition showcasing the work of Dale Chihuly after hours from August through an exclusive after-dark experience with fabulous food, drink, and music. Over thirty three evenings, visitors can see the Gardens’ late-summer… Read More