NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announces Helen Frankenthaler Exhibition

The Dulwich Picture Gallery will present an exhibition examining the Abstract Expressionist’s woodcuts. On display from May 2021, Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty will open to the public, showcasing the woodcuts by the artist – many of which have not been seen in the UK. Ranging from Frankenthaler’s first ever woodcut in 1973, to her last work… Read More

PREVIEW: Nutcracker Delights, London Coliseum

Performances are set to begin at the London venue on the 17th December. The London Coliseum are set to welcome audiences and the English National Ballet for a special celebration of The Nutcracker – a ballet that the company have been performing since 1950. In this special production, dancers and musicians will take audiences on… Read More

Interview With…Charlie Josephine

Emma Clarendon chatted to Charlie Josephine about new audiobook play Massive which is available now to listen to on Audible.   Hi Charlie, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain what ‘Massive’ is about? Thanks for having me. Yeah, so  ’Massive’ is messy queer love story about the chase to be perfect and… Read More

REVIEW: Marry Me A Little, Barn Theatre (Online)

This musical revue featuring songs that weren’t featured in some of Stephen Sondheim’s best known musicals is beautifully captured in this production. Charming, elegant and stylish, Kirk Jameson’s production of Marry Me a Little has a lot to recommend it both visually and vocally that makes it immensely enjoyable to watch. Formed of songs that… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s December Theatre Picks

Here’s a guide to some of the shows set to open in London next month (depending on government advice). GHBoy, Charing Cross Theatre: set to open for previews on the 3rd December, Paul Harvard’s new play examines the misconception surrounding gay culture and promiscuity. Catch up with our interview with actor Devesh Kishore discussing the… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery to Present Albrecht Dürer Exhibition

The London gallery has announced details for its Dürer’s Journeys – Travels of a Renaissance Artist exhibition, set to open on the 6th March 2021. The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Dürer’s Journeys – Travels of a Renaissance Artist is set to be the first major UK exhibition that will display a wide range of the artist’s work as… Read More

REVIEW: Mike Bartlett’s Phoenix

Mike Bartlett’s new monologue effectively explores how people in power abuse the rules set in place for everyone – except seemingly for those in positions of trust. This short but sharp piece by Mike Bartlett and seemingly inspired by a certain Dominic Cummings disregard for the lockdown rules (although there is no mention of poor… Read More