NEWS: The Showstoppers Will Present An Alternative Eurovision Song Contest

 The Showstoppers will be reprising their alternative Eurovision song contest for the second year running on the 15th May. For this Alternative Eurovision Song Contest, The Showstoppers will be joined by an all-star cast of celebrities including actor Les Dennis, comedian Russell Kane, comedian London Hughes and cabaret star Le Gateau Chocolat as judges and Grace Mouat (‘& Juliet, ‘Six’), singer Jordan Gray and improv legend Mike… Read More

NEWS: Pride at the Palace Announced

The concert will take place at the Palace Theatre on the 7th June. This newly announced West End concert will celebrate the LGBTQIA plus community and to help support HIV and sexual health charity the Terrence Higgins Trust. The cast of 28 for the concert is set to include: Sharif Afifi, Natasha Agnew, Ebony Clarke,… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Unveiled For Matilda the Musical Film

New casting has been announced for the upcoming film based on the hit stage show. Further casting has been confirmed for the upcoming musical film based on the West End musical and Roald Dahl’s book. It has been written by Dennis Kelly, with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin and direction by Matthew Warchus. It… Read More

NEWS: Little Angel Theatre Launch People Behind the Puppets Series

The new series celebrates 60 years of puppetry design at the theatre and aims to inspire a new generation of designers . The Little Angel Theatre has released the first episode for the series which features an interview with designer Maia Kirkman-Richards which is now available to view on the theatre’s Youtube channel. Released on a weekly basis,… Read More

NEWS: Newton Faulkner Announces First Album in Four Years

The singer has confirmed that his new album Interference (Of Light) will be released on the 20th August. Set to be released through Battenberg Records on vinyl, CD and digital formats, this latest album from the singer/songwriter will see him keeping to his trademark songwriting and storytelling, reflecting his feelings on current times. Meanwhile, ahead of… Read More

REVIEW: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, SHAKE Festival (Online)

This one performance only reading of A Midsummer Night’s Dream features lively performances – but feels slightly lacking in the magic. It has to be said it can’t be easy to produce an engaging Shakespeare production online to entertain audiences – particularly with the unpredictability of technology and internet connections to keep the play flowing… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: March 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our favourite reads for March – including interviews and reviews…. Interview with Ian Hallard: we chatted to the actor about his debut play about two single people who have ventured into the world of online dating, which was produced by the Jermyn Street Theatre for online audiences. Review of… Read More