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 a number of musical theatre songs – much to the delight of his fans!

Review of Westlife’s The Twenty Tour at The O2: the following week after seeing Mr Jackman performing, LLLC was back at The O2 to catch Westlife’s reunion tour that celebrated the last twenty years since they got together.

Review of Education,Education,Education at the Trafalgar Studios: filled with 90’s nostalgia, The Wardrobe Ensemble’s hilarious look at the education system was a complete joy to watch – LLLC is now eagerly anticipating what they will do next…

Review of Afterglow at the Southwark Playhouse: also this month we paid a trip to the Southwark Playhouse to catch the London premiere of S.Asher Gelman’s play exploring a different aspect of relationships as seen through the eyes of three men.

Preview of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at the Bridge Theatre: stepping forward into the festive season (yes I know too soon!) find out more about the Bridge Theatre’s upcoming production of C.S. Lewis’s classic story on LLLC.

Review of Annie the Musical at New Victoria Theatre: the current UK tour paid a visit to Woking earlier this month – discover whether it still put a smile on our faces….

Review of Custody at the Ovalhouse Theatre: this hard hitting piece of drama was a definite highlight of this month’s theatre viewing. Heartfelt and emotional, watching this was thoroughly gripping.

Interview with Alex Gwyther: the actor and writer chatted to us about his new play Ripped, playing at The Actors Centre on the 22nd and 23rd July before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Review round up: Napoli,Brooklyn at the Park Theatre: we rounded up the reviews for the European premiere of Meghan Kennedy’s play, playing at the Park Theatre until the 13th July.

Interview with Jessica Wilson: LLLC’s Emma Clarendon chatted to the director about her piece Passenger, which was playing as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival.

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