PREVIEW: 325 Years, 325 Objects, Bank of England Museum

The Bank of England’s exhibition marks 325 years since the bank opened and will be on display from the 22nd July. 2019 marks the 325th anniversary since the Bank of England opened its doors and to celebrate, the museum will mark the occasion with this major exhibition highlighting the key developments in the Bank’s role… Read More

Review Round Up: Helene Schjerbeck, Royal Academy of Arts

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Royal Academy’s retrospective of Finnish artist. Evening Standard: **** “The exhibition at the back of Burlington House has the gallery space and light to give these works the room that they need: the room of self-portraits is stunning. And what an impression they create. This… Read More

Review Round Up: Equus, Trafalgar Studios

Ned Bennett’s production for the English Touring Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East has transferred to the Trafalgar Studios – but what do critics think of it? Time Out: **** “Elements of ‘Equus’ feel a touch dated, stemming from an era when we knew less about psychiatry and thought differently about our children. But Bennett… Read More

NEWS: Murder, Margaret and Me to Embark on UK Tour

The production will tour the UK from the 26th September. It has been announced that Lin Blakley (Eastenders) will be starring in the new UK tour of Philip Meeks’ Murder, Margaret and Me to play Agatha Christie in Damian Cruden’s production. She will be joined on stage by Sarah Parks (Coronation Street, ITV; Richard II,… Read More

REVIEW: Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen by Alison Weir

The historian breathes new life into this little known or understood Queen that in turn offers a different portrayal of the temperamental Henry VIII. Out of all of his wives, Henry VIII treasured and loved Jane Seymour the most for having providing him with what his previous wives could not: a son and heir. Yet… Read More

NEWS: Final Casting Announced for Torch Song

Final casting has been announced for the Turbine Theatre’s inaugural production, running from the 22nd August. Joining the previously announced Matthew Needham (Arnold), Daisy Boulton (Laurel), Dino Fetscher (Ed)  and Rish Shah (Alan) it has been announced that Jay Lycurgo (David) and Bernice Stegers (Ma) are joining the cast in this production of Harvey Fierstein’s award winning play. This new revival of the Tony Award… Read More

Review Round Up: The Lion King

Is Disney’s latest live action remake a roaring success with critics? Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. The Guardian: *** “As for the savanna landscapes, their apparent tangibility seems perfectly suited to the phrase that echoes throughout The Lion King: “everything the light touches”. It’s as if cinematographer Caleb Deschanel had physically ventured into… Read More

REVIEW: The Actor’s Nightmare, Park Theatre

Showcasing the less glamorous moments in the world of showbusiness, Tony Award-winner Christopher Durang’s The Actor’s Nightmare is a bold but inaccessible new production. The Actor’s Nightmare is a collection of six plays, examining different aspects of the ‘darker side’ of showbusiness, cleverly interwoven together. Over the course of 105 minutes, we meet actors, comedians,… Read More