Missed anything that we have shared this week? That’s not a problem – we have rounded up some of the most popular reads over the past week…

Review of the Musical Theatre Academy’s production of Covidella and the Masked Ball: this week we watched the hilarious production created by those studying and part of the Musical Theatre Academy version of the fairytale as a very much contemporary pantomime. Filled with chirpy songs and perky humour – it was well worth a watch!

Review of What A Superhero Wants for Christmas, Tall Tails Theatre: this is a charming and accessible production about friendship and loneliness that will certainly make children feel less lonely. It is all told in an imaginatively fun way.

Review of A Christmas Carol, Dickens Theatre Company: ideal for anyone want to experience this Christmas Tale as close to Charles Dickens’ original story as possible this is a perfect place to experience it in this two handed version. It has now been made available for an additional week to support home learning for children.

Review of Sunset Boulevard in Concert, Curve Leicester: this glorious concert production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical really makes the most of the beautiful Curve Theatre. Filled with dynamic performances and fabulous music – this is a real treat to watch.

First listen to Folding For You by Maisy Beth Crunden: composed for Andrew McPherson’s new film, this lovely new song is worth a listen on its own. Read our own thoughts to find out why…

Review of Potted Panto: if you are in need of a laugh, this will certainly cheer you up. Fast paced, it contains all of the elements of a pantomime that we know and love. Silly, good natured fun.

Review of The Goes Wrong Show: The Nativity: Mischief Theatre is back on our screen with this festive special and it was as much fun as ever. Fire, props breaking, cast not knowing their lines are all part of the fun and games with this show.

Review of evermore by Taylor Swift: this unexpected second album from the singer is well worth a listen to – with standout tracks including ‘Willlow’, ‘Dorethea’ and ‘Cowboy Like Me’. It is certainly a favourite new release.

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Reads of 2020: with more time to read last year, we have selected some of our favourite reads of last year including A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes and The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah.

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: December 2020: discover our highlights for December including The Pirates of Penzance at the Palace Theatre and Red Riding Hood at the Arts Centre in Hounslow.