We round up some of our most popular reads on Love London Love Culture this week…
Review round up of Black Love at the Kiln Theatre: We took a look at what critics had to say about Chinonyerem Odimba’s new musical, playing at the Kiln Theatre until the 23rd April.
Review of To Kill a Mockingbird at the Gielgud Theatre: still proving to be popular read on Love London Love Culture, why not check out our four star review of Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s timeless classic. Starring Rafe Spall, this is a production that is worth catching if you can.
Review round up of Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts at the Wallace Collection: discover what critics made of this newly opened exhibition at the Wallace collection, exploring the connections between French 18th-century art and 20th-century hand-drawn animation. Love London Love Culture will be paying a visit to this next week so keep an eye out for our own review…
Interview with Dan Partridge: this week we published our interview with Dan, who discusses with us about bringing Grease back to the West End next month and how it feels to be playing Danny in the production.
Review of & Juliet at the Shaftesbury Theatre: also this week, we were lucky to catch the new cast of this popular musical in their first official performance on Thursday evening. So why not check out what we had to say about it!
Review of Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution, Victoria and Albert Museum: still proving a popular read this week is our thoughts on this “display that beautifully interlinks the work and life of Fabergé with that of so many of his famous patrons to great effect – making for a enriching experience.”
Coming Soon..Audrey’s: looking for somewhere new to eat in London? Then find out more about this new cafe bar coming to the capital very soon…
Review of Mary Poppins, Prince Edward Theatre: discover what we thought of this musical now that we have (finally!) managed to catch it in its current West End run.
Review round up of Plaza Suite, Hudson Theatre: don’t forget it isn’t just UK theatre that we are fascinated by! Check out what critics have had to say about this revival of Neil Simon’s comedy, starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick.
Review of Singin’ in the Rain, UK tour: our review of this “sheer musical theatre delight” is still proving popular with readers – if you can catch this production on its travels then we highly recommend it!