Here’s Love London Love Culture’s weekly guide to what has been proving popular on the site this week…

Interview with director Anthony Alderson: we chatted to Anthony about the struggles for theatre during this difficult time as well as why he loves theatre and the arts so much.

Review of The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary show at the Royal Albert Hall: this week through The Shows Must Go On! showcased the 25th anniversary of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical starring Sierra Boggess, Hadley Fraser and Ramin Karimloo.

Review of Flowers for Mrs Harris at Chichester Festival Theatre: unable to travel down to Chichester Festival Theatre under normal circumstances, it was lovely to catch up and see this charmingly sweet and optimistic musical which is available to watch online until the 8th May.

Review of Acis and Galatea at the Royal Opera House: still proving popular on LLLC is our thoughts on this 2009 production that saw the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet combining their talents into one production.

Interview with Rob Myles: we chatted to the actor about his current online project The Show Must Go Online and making Shakespeare accessible for everyone.

Review of Peter and the Wolf, Royal Opera House: is your little one missing going to ballet classes? If so help them get their fix of dancing with this charming production presented by the Royal Ballet School. At thirty minute long – prepare to be charmed and mesmerised.

Review of Jesus Christ Superstar, The O2: we finally caught a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s musical, which was shown as part of The Shows Must Go On youtube series. Curious to know what we thought?

News: A new podcast celebrating Shakespeare launched: this week, new podcast Shakespeare in Quarantine was launched by director Jimmy Walters (The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus, Finborough Theatre; Mrs Orwell, Southwark Playhouse) and actress Alexandra Evans (Silent Witness, BBC; Crown for Christmas, Hallmark).

Review of Blood & Sugar by Laura Shepherd-Robinson: this week has also seen our review of this intriguing murder mystery proving to be pretty popular with readers. If you are looking for a new book to read – this is a good place to start.

Review of The Prince of Egypt Original Cast Recording: discover what we thought of the newly released recording of the new West End musical by catching up with our review…


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