Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: August 2019

Here’s a round up of our top ten most popular posts of the month…

Review of British Theatre Academy’s production of Dogfight at Southwark Playhouse: catch up with our most popular review of the month! Completing the BTA’s summer season at the theatre, this production captures the raw nature of the musical that while initially will make you wince with its backward attitudes (bearing in mind it is set in the 1960’s) but will completely win you over by the end.

Review of My Son Pinocchio Jr at Southwark Playhouse: our second most popular review of the month is our review of another BTA production – this one more family friendly but equally as warm hearted. Imaginative and charming.

Review of Showtune at the Union Theatre: this month also saw us paying a visit to the Union Theatre to catch this showcase celebrating the work of composer Jerry Herman. Lively and nostalgic this was great fun to watch.

Review of The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Iris Theatre’s summer season at St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden is an imaginative retelling of the classic Victor Hugo story that really comes to life during the climatic scenes.

Interview with Ramin Karimloo and Celinde Schoenmaker: we chatted to the West End stars about the upcoming UK premiere concert of Doctor Zhivago, presented by Lambert Jackson Productions and taking place at Cadogan Hall on the 1st September.

Five reasons to visit the Theatre Cafe: if you haven’t paid a visit to the Theatre Cafe yet, Love London Love Culture has rounded up just a few of the reasons why you should….

Interview with Lucy May Barker: We chatted to the actress about her role as Sophie in the West End production of Mamma Mia! and the secret of its success for the last twenty years.

Review of the UK tour of Saturday Night Fever: catch up with our review of Saturday Night Fever when it arrived in Woking earlier this month.

Review of My One True Friend at Tristan Bates Theatre: while this was an interesting concept for a play, it needs more work to explore the topics in which it covers in more depth.

Review of Once on this Island, Southwark Playhouse: completing our list of top ten most popular posts of the month is another review of the British Theatre Academy production – of the Broadway musical about love and devotion that is brilliantly brought to life in this production.

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