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

Review of Hugh Jackman: The Man. The Music. The Show at The O2: this week, Emma Clarendon was lucky enough to attend one of Hugh Jackman’s shows while he was in London performing songs from The Greatest Showman and Les Miserables to name a few.

Preview of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at the Bridge Theatre: find out what you can expect from this production of C.S.Lewis’s beloved story, which heads to London following on from a successful run at the Leeds Playhouse in 2017.

Review of Education Education Education at the Trafalgar Studios: find out what we made of The Wardrobe Ensemble’s comedy filled with 90’s nostalgia which had its London press night this week.

Review of Custody at the Ovalhouse Theatre: this week we also paid a long overdue visit to the Ovalhouse to catch this powerful piece of drama about the deaths of black men in police custody.

Review round up of Madame X by Madonna: the Queen of Pop is back with her 14th studio album and reviews are beginning to pour in about it. Discover what the critics had to say now.

Preview of Two Last Nights! Show Business in Georgian Britain at the Foundling Museum: this week, the Foundling Museum released details of its upcoming exhibition, which will take over the entire museum from the 20th September.

Inside glimpse of the rehearsals of Bitter Wheat: now in previews at the Garrick Theatre, take a glimpse of what happened during rehearsals on Love London Love Culture…

News: Death of a Salesman to transfer to the Piccadilly Theatre: it has been announced this week that the Young Vic’s acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s play will transfer to the Piccadilly Theatre this October. Tickets will go on sale soon.

Preview: American Icons at the Opera Gallery: find out more about the Opera Gallery London’s upcoming exhibition, coinciding with the gallery’s 25th anniversary on Love London Love Culture.

Full casting announced for the West End transfer of The Worst Witch: this week we also shared the news that the full cast has been confirmed for the London run of this production, heading to the Vaudeville Theatre from the 24th July.

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