Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…
Review of A Right Royale Tea, Amba Hotel Charing Cross: LLLC paid a visit to this new comedy dining experience to see if Lord and Lady Right were able to raise money to carry out essential repairs on their home. Catch up with what we thought….
Review of Fiver, Southwark Playhouse: this new British musical following the journey of a five pound note across London definitely brings Love Actually to mind in terms of the way in which it brings several stories together. It is hilarious and heartwarming – as a new musical it has plenty of potential for its future!
Review round up of The Hunt, Almeida Theatre: this week we also rounded up the reviews for the world premiere of The Hunt directed by Rupert Goold.
Review of The Bald Prima Donna, Camden People’s Theatre: we paid a long over due visit to the Camden People’s Theatre to catch this lively production of this quirky piece by Eugene Ionesco.
News: James Corley’s play World’s End to make debut at the King’s Head Theatre: its been announced this week that the writer’s debut play will be performed at the King’s Head Theatre from the 27th August.
Review round up: Europe, Donmar Warehouse: this week we also rounded up the reviews for Michael Longhurst’s revival of David Greig’s play.
News: Gingerline announces details of new immersive dining experience: immersive dining experts Gingerline have recently announced details of their new Chambers_ experience. With initial dates already sold out – you won’t want to miss out…
Interview with Remi Allaigre: this week, Emma Clarendon chatted to the Artistic Director of Transe Express about Cristal Palace, taking place as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival.
Love London Love Culture’s Afternoon Tea Picks: July 2019: we have highlighted some of the best afternoon tea picks and offers taking place in London this month.
Interview with Feargus Woods Dunlop and Heather Westwell: we chatted to the pair about bringing Anthony Horowitz’s story The Falcon’s Malteser to the stage and to London.