REVIEW: Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution, British Museum

The British Museum’s new exhibition is filled with a dazzling array of objects to explore the philosophy that originated in medieval India. Prepare to embrace your inner spiritual and philosophical self in this fascinating exhibition exploring the religion of Tantra and how it spread its influence across Asia. From start to finish this thought-provoking and… Read More

PREVIEW:Myra Dubois: A Problem Shared

The Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist will present her online self-help seminar ‘A Problem Shared’ to be streamed live on certain dates from the 30th September. Having been broadcast over lockdown, star of stage and screen  Myra Dubois is now bringing her unique advice  to the masses via the wonderful world of digital media as she returns for… Read More

Opinion: Theatre and Memories

As theatre continues to be left in complete limbo as to when they can re-open properly, Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon wonders around the West End, taking a look at some of the theatres and the memories they bring up. Anyone who knows me well can tell just how much I love theatre –… Read More

NEWS: Olivier Awards 2020 Winners to be Unveiled Next Month

It has been confirmed that the winners of this year’s Olivier Awards will be revealed in a ceremony at the London Palladium to be broadcast on ITV and Magic FM. Having been cancelled earlier this year due to lockdown and ongoing pandemic, it has been announced that the winners of this year’s awards will be… Read More

NEWS: Talawa Theatre Company Announces Senior Team

The news of the new appointments comes as the company gears up its 2021 plans and 35th anniversary celebrations. The Talawa Theatre company have announced an enhanced senior leadership team as it prepares for its 35th anniversary. It has been confirmed that Carolyn ML Forsyth joins Talawa Theatre Company as Executive Director and Joint CEO,… Read More

REVIEW: Sherlock in Homes: Murder in the Circus, Sharp Teeth Theatre (Online)

Head to the circus in this new and fun-filled Sherlock Holmes adventure. Ever wanted to put your detective skills to the test? Then this new and immensely entertaining show will hit all the right buttons as you team up with other audience members to solve the horrific murder of Bubbles the Clown. The whole premise… Read More

NEWS: Orfeh, Andy Karl, Keala Settle and LaChanze Join Line up of The Seth Concert Series

Further guests have been announced for the ongoing series. Producer Mark Cortale has announced further guests for The Seth Concert Series over the next few weeks. It has been confirmed that ward-winning stars of the stage and screen Orfeh, Andy Karl, Keala Settle, and LaChanze will join the line-up of talent taking part in the… Read More

PREVIEW: The Covid Letters, The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum is set to stage the first exhibition by fashion provocateur Jonny Banger from the 24th October. The Foundling Museum Trustee Jeremy Deller has invited Jonny Banger, designer and owner of subversive fashion label Sports Banger, to show the work he gathered from the nation’s children during lockdown. A selection of over 200 works… Read More

NEWS: New Virtual Exhibition of Stars of Stage and Screen to Launch

The exhibition will celebrate the publication of Simon Annand’s latest book ‘Time To Act’ which will be published on the 30th September. It has been announced that in celebration of renowned theatre photographer Simon Annand’s latest book ‘Time To Act’ being published, a virtual exhibition featuring some of the images in the book will launch on… Read More

Review Round Up: An Evening With an Immigrant, Bridge Theatre

The Bridge Theatre present Inua Ellams’ play as part of its repertoire of one person plays during September and October. WhatsOnStage: *** “The fact that he can talk about it all with such humour, warmth and gentle defiance, is a triumph of the human spirit as well as of a poetic soul.” The Arts Desk:… Read More