NEWS: Dear Evan Hansen Extends West End Booking Period

A new booking period has been confirmed for the West End production, currently playing at the Noel Coward Theatre. Producer Stacey Mindich has announced that the Olivier award winning production is now booking until the 22 October 2022. The current cast for the musical is led by Sam Tutty who has returned to the lead role of… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Donmar Warehouse’s Production of Henry V

The production will play at the theatre from the 12th February until the 9th April. The Donmar Warehouse has announced the full cast and CATALYST trainees for Donmar Associate Director Max Webster’s production of Shakespeare’s Henry V, which begins performances next month. Joining the previously announced Kit Harington (Henry V) are Jude Akuwudike (King of France/ Archbishop of Canterbury/Sir Thomas… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Jane Austen’s Persuasion

The production is set to open for previews at the Rose Theatre in Kingston from the 26th February. It has been announced that Sasha Frost and Fred Fergus will star as Anne Elliot and Captain Wentworth respectively in Jeff James and James Yeatman’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, opening at Rose Theatre on the 3rd March, with previews from 26th February and… Read More

NEWS: West End Production of The Kite Runner to Transfer to Broadway

It has been confirmed that Matthew Spangler’s adaptation of Khaled Hosseini’s internationally best-selling novel will play for a limited season at Broadway’s Helen Hayes Theatre (240 West 44th Street) this summer. Following two seasons in the West End, it has been confirmed that Giles Croft’s acclaimed production of The Kite Runner will play for a limited… Read More

NEWS: Foundling Museum Announces Superheroes, Orphans & Origins: 125 years in Comics Exhibition

The museum will display the exhibition from the 1st April. This newly announced exhibition is set to explore the representation of foundlings, orphans, adoptees, and foster children in comics, graphic novels and sequential art from around the globe. From DC’s Superman, who was found by his adoptive parents, Spider-Man’s parents die in a plane crash;… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Shows of the Week: Sunday 30th January 2022

We pick a selection of shows that you might want to visit in London this coming week… Frozen the Musical, Theatre Royal Drury Lane: we were recently lucky to see this latest Disney musical on stage for a second time and it seems better than ever – the cast, set and costumes are all dazzling… Read More

Interview With… Nima Taleghani

We chatted to Nima about his role in Cyrano de Bergerac and being an Associate Artist with the Jamie Lloyd Company. Hi Nima, for those who aren’t familiar with the play, what is Cyrano de Bergerac about? Without giving too much away, the story is about an outsider, Christian, who enters Paris, falls in love… Read More

Five Reasons to See…Frozen the Musical, Theatre Royal Drury Lane

The London production has truly settled into its home at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and Emma Clarendon recently paid the production a second visit. Here’s her five reasons why you should go along and see it… It is fun for the whole family: yes your children know all the words to the songs and… Read More

Interview With….George Greenland

We chatted to George about starring in the upcoming revival of Paul Bradshaw’s Tell Me Straight at Chiswick Playhouse. Hi George, for those who haven’t experienced tell me straight before what can they expect? Hi – thanks for chatting with me! ‘tell me straight’ is a really fast paced, one-act play that centresaround Him and… Read More

REVIEW: The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman

This sequel to the author’s acclaimed The Thursday Murder Club is a riotous if occasionally silly murder mystery that is still immensely enjoyable read. What made The Thursday Murder Club so immensely enjoyable was its characters and their outlook on life – in particular the way in which the way that four residents (Elizabeth, Joyce,… Read More