Here’s Love London Love Culture’s most popular reads for this week including reviews and interviews.

(c) Lydia Crisafulli

Interview with Indra Ové: Emma Clarendon chatted to the actress about her current role in #WeAre Arrested at the Arcola Theatre.

Interview with Alex Young: the actress chatted to us about playing Sarah Brown in the Crucible Theatre production of Guys and Dolls from the 7th December.

Review of Parabolic Theatre’s Crisis? What Crisis? at the Colab Factory: this week Love London Love Culture paid a trip to the Colab Factory to catch Parabolic Theatre’s political inspired new immersive production. The production continues to play until the 8th December.

Review of La Clique at Leicester Square Spielgelent: headlining Christmas in Leicester Square, this Olivier Award winning show is back in London for a limited season across the festive period.

Review of 42nd Street: this week, Love London Love Culture attended a screening of the recent West End revival of this classic musical starring Clare Halse, Bonnie Langford and Tom Lister.

Review of Moulin Rouge! The musical Original Broadway Cast recording: with it being recently announced that Moulin Rouge! The Musical is heading to the West End in 2021, we took a listen to the original cast recording that includes songs from the film such as ‘Elephant Love Medley’ and ‘Come What May’.

News: Les Enfants Terribles to collaborate with Historical Royal Palaces for new production: this week it was announced the acclaimed theatre company will present new immersive show United Queendom at Kensington Palace next year.

A Guide to the West End’s Best Known Theatres: guest writer Ruby Clarkson takes us through some of the West End’s best known theatres, exploring each venue’s architecture and history.

Interview with Lydia White: also this week we chatted to the actress about starring in CinderELLA A New Musical at the Nuffield Southampton Theatres and how it compares to other productions of the fairytale.

Review round up: Courage by Celine Dion: we have rounded up the reviews for Celine Dion’s first English language album for six years, which was released on Friday.

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