Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 21st July

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC this week…

(c)Geraint Lewis

Review of Games for Lovers at The Vaults: this week saw the official opening of Ryan Craig’s Games for Lovers at The Vaults. Find out what we made of it…

Review of Making Noise Quietly: as well as the eagerly anticipated live action re-make of The Lion King, this quiet and understated film directed by Dominic Dromgoole is also released in cinemas this week. Based on Robert Holman’s short plays, our review is available to read now.

Twenty Things to Look Forward to in 2020: it may be only July, but lots of exciting things are heading to London next year. Find out what has made LLLC’s list…

Cast announced for Shotgun Carousel’s Red Palace: casting was announced this week for Shotgun Carousel’s latest experience taking over The Vaults from the 24th September.

Review of The Falcon’s Malteser at The Vaults: our second trip to the Vaults of the week was a chance to see the stage adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s story. Find out what we thought of it now…

Disney’s West End productions pop-up experience returns to London: opening next week for the duration of the Summer holidays, it was confirmed that this pop-up Disney experience will return to Covent Garden. Featuring a huge range of experiences and events, it is a chance to celebrate all things Disney on stage!

Review round up of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin at the Harold Pinter Theatre: LLLC rounded up the reviews for the stage adaptation of Louis de Bernières’s novel playing in the West End for a limited season.

Full cast and creative team announced for the Man in the White Suit: final cast and creative team has been announced this week for Sean Foley’s stage adaptation of the Ealing comedy film. It will begin performances at the Wyndham’s Theatre from the 27th September.

Interview with Philip Mansfield: the actor chatted to us about taking on the role of Doctor Watson in Sherlock Holmes and the Invisible Thing at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre.

Interview with Luke Mullins: we chatted to the actor about starring in Southern Belles at the King’s Head Theatre.

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