NEWS: World Premiere of Harriet Madeley’s The Colours Announced

The production will be presented by the Crowded Room Theatre Company. Playing at the Soho Theatre from the 30th July, Harriet Madeley’s new play has been created from interviews conducted with palliative care doctors and patients in Welsh seaside hospitals to open up conversations about nearing the end of life. Five people lie on a… Read More

REVIEW: It’s Not Really The Apocalypse

This concept album for the new musical has some good ideas but feels as though it needs to vary the style of music slightly more. Telling the story of four friends who wake up with massive hangovers to discover that they are the only ones still left alive, It’s Not Really The Apocalypse is a… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Must-Book Theatre Picks of the Week: Monday 24th June

Here’s the theatre productions Love London Love Culture recommends you book for this week… The Lion King, Lyceum Theatre: celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the stage production of the beloved Disney film is still proving popular in London. Brought to the stage by acclaimed director Julie Taymor, this production has plenty to mesmerise no… Read More

NEWS: Kara Lily Hayworth Joins UK Tour of Cabaret

The production will open at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre on the 28th August. It has been confirmed that Kara Lily Hayworth is set to play Sally Bowles in the new UK tour of Kander and Ebb’s musical when it opens later this year. She is best known for having portrayed Cilla Black in Cilla the Musical, after she was discovered… Read More

REVIEW: The Favourite by Ophelia Field

There is no denying that Sarah Churchill, the Duchess of Marlbrough was a deeply fascinating personality – but there are times in this biography that focuses too much on the pettiness of her behaviour. With the release of the Oscar winning film of the same title, it seems to have reawakened interest in this sharp,… Read More