Interview With… Feargus Woods Dunlop and Heather Westwell

LLLC’s Emma Clarendon chatted to Feargus Woods Dunlop and Heather Westwell about bringing Anthony Horowitz’s story to the stage. Thanks so much for talking to me. For those who don’t know what is The Falcon’s Malteser about? Feargus:  It was originally a brilliant book for young adults by Anthony Horowitz. It features Tim Diamond, who is a… Read More

REVIEW: My Lemon Grove Summer by Jo Thomas

This latest summer read from Jo Thomas is filled with love, friendship and community spirit. Has anyone wondered what it would be like to just pack up your life and start over in a whole new country? Well this idea is right at the centre of the new story from Jo Thomas that wraps love,… Read More

Interview With…Remi Allaigre

The Artistic Director of Transe Express chatted to Emma Clarendon about Cristal Palace, taking place as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. Hi Remi, could you explain a bit more about what Cristal Palace is about? Cristal Palace is about transforming a public space into a ballroom and bringing people together. We travel… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Afternoon Tea Picks: July 2019

Looking to do an Afternoon Tea in London? Here’s few ideas that are perfect for you… B Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour: take in the famous sights of London such as Big Ben, The Houses Of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, The Royal Albert Hall while enjoying an afternoon tea in this unique experience. The whole… Read More

NEWS: Gingerline Announces Details of New Immersive Dining Experience

Following on from The Grand Expedition, Gingerline has announced details for Chambers_ taking place in a secret London location. Now booking until the 28th September, Gingerline’s latest multi-dimensional dining adventure will open in London at the end of the month. Taking place a hidden Hoxton HQ location, diners will receive a text message with exact… Read More

REVIEW: The Bald Prima Donna, Camden People’s Theatre

This utterly bewildering anti- play by Eugene Ionesco is given a lively production but it feels increasingly muddled as the cast try and keep up with the twists and turns in the language it uses. How do you write a review about something that you can’t quite understand yourself? This is the conundrum that I’m… Read More