NEWS: Les Misérables – The Staged Concert to Return to the West End in May

Following the announcement that the concert version of the hit musical will return to the Sondheim Theatre from the 20th May, booking until the 5th September. It has been confirmed today that the acclaimed concert production of Les Misérables is set to begin performances at the Sondheim Theatre from the 20th May, running for a limited… Read More

NEWS: Ally Pally Announces the Return of its Kaleidoscope Festival

Following the announcement of the Government’s road map for easing lockdown restrictions, Alexandra Park and Palace have announced the return of the Kaleidoscope Festival this Summer. Taking place on the 24th July, Kaleidoscope Festival is set to feature performances from the likes of Groove Armada, Norman Jay MBE and House Gospel Choir who will now… Read More

NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announce Revised Exhibition Programme

The London gallery has confirmed changes to its exhibition programme for the rest of the year. The Dulwich Picture Gallery have confirmed that it will be reopening to the public on the 19th May, subject to confirmation on the government’s plans to proceed with ‘step three’ of the roadmap.Following a year of closure due to… Read More

NEWS: Complicité Appoints Amber Massie-Blomfield as Executive Director

The company have announced that they have appointed producer and writer as its new permanent Executive Director. Having formerly been the Executive Director at Camden People’s Theatre, Amber Massie-Blomfield is now taking over the role Executive Director of Complicité from Polly Gifford who has been working with the company as Interim Executive Director for the… Read More

NEWS: New Digital Production of The Importance of Being Earnest Announced

The new digital show is a co-production between the Lawrence Batley Theatre and The Dukes. Oscar Wilde’s play has been adapted by Yasmeen Khan for a new digital production directed by Mina Anwar, streaming from the 19th April until the 4th May. This new production is set to transport Oscar Wilde’s play to the cobbles… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Ten Books Looking Forward to Reading: March 2021

Here, Emma Clarendon selects some of the books that she is most looking forward to reading when they are published…. The Thursday Murder Club 2 – Richard Osman: having recently read and enjoyed the first book (in what looks like could be a series?), this latest novel is one that is high on my list… Read More

NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe is to Reopen From April

The theatre has confirmed details of its reopening plans for April – with details of a Summer season to be announced. It has been announced that from the 13th April, socially distanced tours of the theatre will resume at the theatre, meanwhile Swan at the Globe, the Globe’s on-site bar and restaurant will be open… Read More

NEWS: New Opening Dates Announced for Frozen the Musical

The musical has had its opening date at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane due to the ongoing pandemic – but is set to open later this year. It has been announced that the London production of Frozen the Musical will open for previews on the 27th August, with an official opening night on the 8th… Read More

NEWS: Music, Makers & Machines Exhibition Launches on Google Arts & Culture

The new virtual exhibition brings together a number of objects to explore the history and legacy of electronic music. Created by key members of the electronic music industry in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture and Youtube, Music, Makers & Machines is an interactive virtual exhibition celebrating the history of electronic music and is available… Read More