Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 28th July 2019

Here’s a guide to what Love London Love Culture has been up to this week…

Interview with Robert Rhodes: the actor chatted to us about taking on the role of Quasimodo in Iris Theatre’s production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Review of The Bridges of Madison County at the Menier Chocolate Factory: this week saw us at the press night for the UK premiere of Jason Robert Brown’s musical based on the film and book of same name. Find out what we thought of it…

Review of Blues in the Night at the Kiln Theatre: we also paid our very first trip to the Kiln Theatre to catch this glorious revival starring Sharon D. Clarke and Clive Rowe. Check out our full review now!

Review of The Actor’s Nightmare at the Park Theatre: We sent guest reviewer Susy Brett along to the press night of Christopher Durang’s The Actor’s Nightmare. in her review, Susy called it: “a bold but inaccessible new production.”

News: Murder, Margaret and Me to embark on UK tour: it was announced this week that a brand new UK touring production of the play will travel across the country from the 26th September.

First look at Disney’s Summer Pop-Up store: this week the shop officially launched, celebrating the Disney West End productions by showcasing a variety of costumes and having numerous events taking place. Check out what happened now…

News: final casting announced for Torch Song: final casting has been confirmed for the inaugural production at the turbine Theatre, which officially opens for previews on the 22nd August.

Review Round Up of Equus at Trafalgar Studios: discover what critics had to say about this English Touring Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East production, now playing a strictly limited run at the Trafalgar Studios.

Review Round up of The Lion King: Disney’s latest live action remake of a beloved animated film is out now in cinemas – is it a roaring success with critics?

Review of Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen: we have also recently reviewed book three of Alison Weir’s Six Tudor Queens series – which might be our favourite of the series so far.

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