Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC this week…

(c)Mark Douet.

Review of The Snow Queen at the Rose Theatre: still proving to be a popular read this week, is our review of the Rose Theatre Kingston’s 2019 festive production based on Hans Christian Anderson’s fairytale.

Details of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s 2020 exhibition programme: find out more about what to expect at the V&A in 2020 – including a major Alice in Wonderland exhibition.

Review of The Red Shoes at Sadler’s Wells: another popular read on LLLC this week is our review of Matthew Bourne’s take on The Red Shoes, playing at Sadler’s Wells before embarking on a UK tour.

Review of The Red Palace at The Vaults: check out what we thought of Shotgun Carousel’s latest immersive experience, which is taking place at The Vaults until the 12th January.

Preview of Masterplan 25: The Oasis Photographs at the h club: find out more about this exhibition displaying the artwork for many of Oasis’s famous album covers and the stories behind them at the h Club. It is on display until the 12th January.

Review round up for The Ocean at the End of the Lane at the National Theatre: this week, LLLC rounded up the reviews for this stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel, playing for a limited season at the National Theatre until the 25th January.

Review round up of Curtains at the Wyndham’s Theatre: opening in the West End this week was this revival of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s musical murder mystery, starring Jason Manford. But did it go down well with the critics?

Twenty things to look forward to in 2020: with the end of the year fast approaching, find out what LLLC is most looking forward to seeing in 2020 here.

Interview with Carolyn Maitland: the actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in this revival of Rags the Musical at the Park Theatre from the 9th January.

Preview of The Enchanted Interior at the Guildhall Art Gallery: newly announced this week, find out more about the Guildhall Art Gallery’s exhibition exploring female subjects in art. It is on display from the 13th March.