Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week including reviews of Sydney and the Old Girl at the Park Theatre and Reputation at The Other Palace.
Preview: Masterplan 25: The Oasis Photographs, h Club Gallery: to celebrate the 25th anniversary since the release of Oasis’s debut album, the h club gallery will present a free exhibition featuring the work of Michael Spencer Jones.
Review of Reputation at The Other Palace: this week, LLLC paid a visit to The Other Palace to catch this brand new musical set in the 1930’s telling the story of one woman’s fight to get her work acknowledged after it was plagiarised.
Review of Sydney and the Old Girl at the Park Theatre: we caught the world premiere of Eugene O’Hare’s dark comedy which officially opened at the Park Theatre this week starring Miriam Margolyes. Catch up with what we thought of it…
Twenty things to look forward to in 2020: as we rush towards the end of the year, Love London Love Culture has selected a few cultural highlights taking place in London next year that you might want to book tickets for…
Review round up: Leonardo: Experience a Masterpiece at the National Gallery: now officially open to the public, LLLC rounded up the reviews for the National Gallery’s new immersive exhibition, exploring the creation of Da Vinci’s The Virgin of the Rocks.
Interview with Olivia Olsen: the writer and actress spoke to Emma Clarendon about the story behind Stray Dogs which begins performances at the Park Theatre from the 13th November.
First look at I Love You, Your Perfect, Now Change at Chiswick Playhouse: production images were released this week for the musical which is now playing at the Chiswick Playhouse.
Preview of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at the Bridge Theatre: now in previews, find out more about Sally Cookson’s production, which is the Bridge Theatre’s 2019 festive production.
Interview with Jamie Foulkes: the actor chatted to us about being part of the National Youth Theatre’s REP season and his favourite character out of the three he gets to play.
Review of Death of A Salesman at Piccadilly Theatre: we began the week with a trip to the Piccadilly Theatre for the press night of the West End transfer of this already acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s classic play starring Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke.