Interview With…Joseph Potter

The actor chatted to us about starring in Candida at the Orange Tree Theatre. Hi, for those not familiar with Bernard Shaw’s play – what is Candida about? I won’t give too much away, so I will try and give a rounded, ‘non-spoilery’ answer! For me Candida is a play about love – what it… Read More

Interview With…Iskandar Sharazuddin

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon chatted to the playwright about Silently Hoping, playing at the Applecart Arts from the 27th November. Hi Iskandar, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain a bit more about what Silently Hoping is about? Silently Hoping is a play about belonging and relationships. It is the… Read More

Interview With…Jessica Tomlinson

The actress chatted to us about starring in Hunger at the Arcola Theatre from the 20th November. Hi Jessica, could you explain a bit more about what ‘Hunger’ is about? A young artist buoyed by an obsession to survive on his own terms. Who enters a downward spiral as the choices he makes begin to… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for First UK Tour of Once the Musical

The production will open Fairfield Halls, Croydon from Thursday 19th December to Saturday 11th January before embarking on a UK tour. Full casting has been announced for the upcoming UK tour of the musical based on the critically acclaimed and much-loved film, starting at the Fairfield Halls from the 19th December. Joining the previously announced Daniel Healy as Guy… Read More

Interview With….EJ Raymond

EJ chatted to Emma Clarendon about My Mother Said I Never Should, now playing at Sheffield Theatre’s Studio Theatre. Hi EJ, for those who don’t know what is My Mother Said I Never Should about? It’s about four generations of women between the 1960s to late 1980s, it focuses on their upbringing, the men in… Read More

PREVIEW: StarDust LDN

Taking place on the 7th December, this new Winter festival brings together music, arts, food, and drink under one roof at the Tobacco Dock. Bringing together the best of the capital’s music, arts, food, and drink scenes all under one roof, StarDust LDN will offer ten hours of nonstop partying, festive activities, and live performances.… Read More

PREVIEW: Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium, Whitechapel Gallery

The gallery will present a major exhibition examining the work of a new generation of artists and how they represent the body in radical ways to tell stories and explore vital social concerns. On display from the 6th February, Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium will concentrate on the new generation of artists and the… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Footballers’ Wives the Musical

The musical based on the television series will have a workshop performance in London later this week. Casting has been announced for the upcoming workshop performance of new musical Footballers’ Wives which will take place in London on the 22nd November. The cast for this performance includes Simon Bailey (Jason),  Natasha J. Barnes (Donna), Norman… Read More

REVIEW: Frankenstein, Richmond Theatre

Rona Munro’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic horror story puts the author at the centre but at what cost to the story itself? In her programme foreword, writer Rona Munro states that above all else she hopes that this play terrifies the audience. Well, it might not terrify the audience as such it does offer… Read More