Review Round Up: Persona, Riverside Studios

Find out what critics made of this stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 film, officially reopening the Riverside Studios. The Guardian: ** “The original Persona always felt like a fusing of the sensibilities of Bergman and his lead actors, whereas the dominance here of the narrator turns Krige and Mngcwengi into his marionettes, which hardly… Read More

NEWS: Hampstead Theatre Announces its Hampstead Classics Season

The theatre has unveiled details of its Spring/Summer season, marking its 60th anniversary. Hampstead Theatre has revealed details of its upcoming spring/summer programme titled Hampstead Classics to mark the theatre’s 60th anniversary and celebrate its history as a new writing theatre.  The four pieces of work in the season are from the venue’s archive and will… Read More

LLLC’s Valentine’s Day ideas…

With Valentine’s day fast approaching, here’s a few ideas of what you and your loved one can do to celebrate… Take a tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe and enjoy an afternoon tea: for those who enjoy a bit of culture, why not take a guided tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe, revealing the history behind this… Read More

Interview With…Hugo Herman Wilson

The performer chatted to us about being part of the King’s Head Theatre’s production Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème which begins performances at the Trafalgar Studios on the 5th February. Hi Hugo. Could you explain a bit more for those not familiar with Tosca and La bohème what they can expect from the operas? Tosca and… Read More

Review Round Up: The Sugar Syndrome, Orange Tree Theatre

We round up the reviews for this revival of Lucy Prebble’s debut play now playing at the Orange Tree Theatre. The Stage: *** “The play is an interesting mix, intimate in some ways, but impressive in its complexity and reach, presaging Prebble’s later work. For all the slightly forced revelations and expositions, Prebble throws in… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Show Picks: February 2020

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s monthly guide to some of the best shows opening…. Endgame, Old Vic Theatre: now in previews, Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming star in this revival of Beckett’s comedy, directed by Richard Jones. It is being presented alongside the rarely seen short play Rough for Theatre II, performed by members of… Read More

NEWS: Near & Far Camden Launches Brunch + Blow

Those visiting Near & Far Camden can now book an appointment to have a hair masterpiece created before indulging in breakfast. Launching on the 15th February, Blow + Brunch will take place from 12pm – 4pm on the second and last Saturdays as a way for guests to get some additional pampering. Those who attend… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast Announced for UK Tour of Blood Brothers

Bill Kenwright’s production of the musical will continue to tour from the 4th February. Full casting has been announced for the UK tour of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers, which will open at the Theatre Royal in Brighton on the 4th February. As well as starring Lyn Paul in the iconic role of Mrs Johnstone, she will… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks: February 2020

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s picks of exhibitions opening in February that you may want to book a ticket for…. Nicolaes Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age, National Gallery: the National Gallery is set to present major exhibition exploring the artist’s move away from paintings of historical and biblical scenes to capturing every day… Read More

NEWS: West End Misfits Returns to The Other Palace

The West End Misfits are set to return to The Other Palace for a special Valentine’s Day edition, following on from their Christmas performance. Prepare for a night filled with musical theatre and love, the West End Misfits return to The Other Palace to perform songs that that they feel best represents themselves and under… Read More