Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 24th May

As another week goes by, here’s a few things that LLLC has been writing about this week…

Interview with Alex Cubb: this week we chatted to Alex Cubb aka Scaredy Kat from Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK, about his new Youtube series that is now available to watch.

Review of Les Miserables: The Staged Concert: gaining a lot of reads this week is LLLC’s review of this staged concert of the long running musical, which played at the Gielgud Theatre for a run last year while its normal home the Sondheim Theatre was being renovated.

The Clapham Grand launches fundraising campaign: this week it was announced that the popular venue has launched a Crowdfunder campaign to help safeguard its future.

Review of Red Rose Chain’s Fallen in Love: we watched the special reading of Joanna Carrick’s play that explores the relationship between Anne Boleyn and her brother George. It was a refreshing way to see Anne’s story being told and highly recommended for those who love their Tudor history.

Creation Theatre to live stream production of The Time Machine: it was announced that the theatre company will present their production for online audiences live for forty performances from the 27th May until the 21st June.

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Stream Picks of the Week: we selected some of the best theatre streaming online this week including Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of The Midnight Gang and Myth at The Other Palace.

Online theatre streams need to look out for: this week also saw us putting together a list of shows that will be available to watch soon online including This House and A Monster Calls. Everything you need to know is featured.

News: Headlong and Century films announce new project: the two companies are collaborating to examine how theatre can be made during, and about, the Covid-19 pandemic through the new series Unprecedented.

Review: Myth, The Other Palace: a rock and roll update of the Greek myth of Orpheus and the underworld works surprisingly well and is worth catching if you can. The performances and the music bring the story vividly to life.

News: Conversations with..Mark Curry announced: a new series of interviews with the broadcaster have been announced, with Mark Curry’s guests including Bonnie Langford and Debbie McGee. The aim of the series is to help raise money for the charity Acting For Others.

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