Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 12th July

Here’s a guide to what has been read the most on Love London Love Culture this week…

Barnabus Chiponza, Tree Flowers (1945). Photo: Debbie Sears

Preview of The Stars are Bright on display at the Theatre Courtyard from next week: find out more about this new exhibition of early work by young Zimbabwean painters, which will open to the public on the 15th July.

Review of Blackeyed Theatre’s production of Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four:  this week, Emma Clarendon caught up with Blackeyed Theatre’s take on a classic Sherlock Holmes story, now available to watch until the 15th July.

Review of Les Blancs, National Theatre at Home: also proving to be a popular read this week is our thoughts on the powerful production Les Blancs – a really pertinent watch given everything that has been happening recently. We described it as “an important piece of theatre.”

Review of The Seth Concert Series with Melissa Errico: for this weeks concert, Seth Rudetsky was joined by singer and actress Melissa Errico, discussing her career and performing a great variety of songs. If you haven’t caught one of these concerts yet it is well worth watching.

Part of the Main collaborate with Virtual Collaborators Network on new festival:  this week it was announced the two companies are working together to create a festival that aims to support emerging artists.

Top 10 favourite songs from Hamilton: with Hamilton now available to watch through Disney Plus, it got editor Emma Clarendon thinking about what her favourite songs were….

News: Charing Cross Theatre to partially reopen: it was announced this week that Charing Cross Theatre is reopening partially to provide live music from its stage that will be streamed through television screens into its Players Bar for visitors to enjoy.

Ryedale Festival announces details of online festival: this week details were announced for this year’s festival, which will run online from the 19th to the 26th July.

Theatres Trust statement with regards to the Government’s rescue package for the arts : catch up with what the Theatres Trust had to say in response to the government’s rescue package for the arts which was announced this week.

West End stars to reunite for 50th anniversary concert of Godspell: it was announced this week that Ruthie Henshall (Chicago; Billy Elliot), and Darren Day (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat; Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) will return to reprise their roles from the 1993 cast recording and they will be joined by Sam Tutty (Dear Evan Hansen), Ria Jones (Sunset Boulevard; High Society), and Jenna Russell (The Bridges of Madison County; Fun Home) for this special concert taking place in August.

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