Here we pick some of the popular reads on Love London Love Culture for this past week that you might have missed…

Review of the BBC’s Big Night of Musicals: just over a week ago, the BBC showcased a number of fabulous musicals in a one-night concert that was recorded in Manchester’s AO arena – with performances from the likes of Frozen the Musical, The Drifters Girl and The Wiz to name a few. It was lovely to see musical theatre celebrated in this way.

Review round up of Hamlet, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse: opening this week was the first indoor production of Hamlet at the Shakespeare’s Globe’s Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and we have rounded up what the critics have had to say about it…

Review of Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution, Victoria and Albert Museum: this week we paid a long over due visit to the V&A to catch this dazzling exhibition – which while overloaded with information in places to be somewhat overwhelming, there is plenty to be admired about the museum’s latest extravagant exhibition. Read the full review to find out exactly what we thought.

Interview with Crystal Skillman: we chatted to Crystal about bringing her play Rain and Zoe Save the World to the Jermyn Street Theatre.

Love London Love Culture’s Immersive Experience Picks February 2022: we selected some of the immersive experiences to book for now and to look out for this year…

Review round up of MJ the Musical, Neil Simon Theatre: another big opening this week took place in New York with the arrival of a new musical exploring the life and career of Michael Jackson. We rounded up what the critics thought.

Review round up of A Number, Old Vic Theatre: we took a look at what critics had to say about this revival of of Caryl Churchill’s play starring Paapa Essiedu and Lennie James.

Guildhall Art Gallery Announces New Exhibition Inspired: Art Inspired by Theatre, Literature and Music this week we shared the news and details of its upcoming exhibition that will reopen the Guildhall Art Gallery from the 8th April.

Cast announced for the return of Anything Goes it was announced that Kerry Ellis and Simon Callow are set to star in Kathleen Marshall’s production when it embarks on a UK tour and returns to the Barbican this Summer.

Menier Chocolate Factory announces Maria Friedman & Friends – Legacy this week it was announced that the world premiere of this cabaret celebrating the legacy of Marvin Hamlisch, Michel Legrand and Stephen Sondheim will run for twenty performances at the theatre from March.


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