Review Round Up: Romeo & Juliet, Sadler’s Wells

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Matthew Bourne’s reimagining of Romeo & Juliet . The Independent: **** “Where many Romeo retellings emphasise contemporary divisions, Bourne reframes it as a story of young people against a uniformly oppressive system.” The Telegraph: ***** “For a few agonising moments during the press night for Matthew Bourne’s new… Read More

Interview With…Joseph Rowe

The actor chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in My One True Friend at the Tristan Bates Theatre. Hi Joseph, could you explain more about what ‘My One True Friend’ is about? The play predominantly focuses on a white colonial family in Rhodesia in the 1970s. On the back drop is an apartheid like regime and… Read More

PREVIEW: The Great Fête, Alexandra Palace

The Great Fête will take place at Alexandra Palace on the 17th August. Taking place from midday on the 17th August, The Great Fête is a celebration of the Palace’s story of innovation and entertainment as well as the work it does with partners and communities across Haringey. The Great Fête will be hosting an… Read More

REVIEW: The Hotel Where We Met by Belinda Jones

This quirky romantic comedy story is wonderfully charming to read from start to finish. A slight departure from her previous novels, Belinda Jones adds a time travelling twist in this charming and immensely enjoyable new read that spans across several generations. Set in and around Hotel Del Coronado (best known for being the hotel used… Read More

NEWS: Joel Montague Joins the Cast of Falsettos

The actor will take on the role of  Mendel in the UK premiere of the musical which will play at The Other Palace from the 30th August. It has been confirmed that the actor will be taking on the role originally due to be played by Matt Cardle, who has had to withdraw from the… Read More

PREVIEW: On Edge: Living in an Age of Anxiety, Science Gallery London

On display from the 19th September, the Science Gallery London will highlight positive and creative responses to dealing with anxiety. Combining art, design, psychology and neuroscience, On Edge: Living in an Age of Anxiety will bring together work by artists such as Leah Clements, Benedict Drew, Sarah Howe, Ann Lislegaard, Cian McConn, Harold Offeh, Resolve… Read More

REVIEW: Showtune, Union Theatre

This lively showcase for Jerry Herman’s music is a very satisfying tribute to his work. Celebrating the work of renowned Broadway musical composer Jerry Herman and conceived by Paul Gilger, Showtune is a warmly affectionate tribute to his contribution to musical theatre. It is presented with great energy and enthusiasm from both director and choreographer… Read More