Here’s a quick guide to what Love London Love Culture has been up to this week…

Review of Westlife’s The Twenty Tour at The O2: this week, LLLC got to catch Westlife on their reunion tour, travelling across the UK until the 6th July. There are also a couple of videos on our Youtube channel to watch (with more coming soon!) – so why not check it out?

Review of Afterglow at the Southwark Playhouse: early on this week, we took a trip to the Southwark Playhouse to catch the UK premiere of S.Asher Gelman’s play. Find out what we made of it with our review available to read now…

Review of Annie the Musical at the New Victoria Theatre: Nikolai Foster’s production of this classic musical is currently on tour again and visited the New Victoria Theatre in Woking this week. Is it still as good as ever?

Interview with Riad Richie: the actor chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Shakespeare in the Squares production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, touring London’s private parks and squares from the 19th June.

New gin bar and cocktail bar launched at the Royal Academy to celebrate opening of this year’s Summer exhibition: open for the duration that the exhibition is on display, this new cocktail bar and menu includes the RA G&T which combines Fisher’s Gin with London Essence Company grapefruit & rosemary tonic.

Interview with Jessica Wilson: the director chatted to us about her new show Passenger which is playing as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival from the 21st June.

News: Rose Theatre Kingston confirms line up for its Let Me in Festival: details of the line up for the theatre’s festival running on the 21st and 22nd June have been confirmed this week…

Review round up: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery: the Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition celebrates the work of artists whose art explores gender identity. Love London Love Culture has rounded up what the critics had to say about it.

Review round up Wife, Kiln Theatre: Love London Love Culture has rounded up the reviews for Indhu Rubasingham’s production which is playing at the theatre until the 6th July.

Interview with Tom Espiner: the actor chatted to us about being part of bringing Yann Martel’s novel to the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.


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