Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…

Review of Rabbit Hole at the Union Theatre: discover what we made of this London revival of David Lindsay-Abaire’s play that examines the way in which we grieve in different ways as seen through the eyes of a couple. It is currently playing at the Union Theatre until the 1st May.

Preview of The Middle, National Theatre: find out more about the National Theatre’s upcoming production of David Eldridge’s play, which begins performances at the theatre on the 27th April. This production reuniting writer David Eldridge and director Polly Findlay to explore a 21st-century marriage.

Interview with Robbie Fairchild and Adam Perry: we chatted to the Broadway stars about their latest venture boo.kay and bringing it to London to celebrate the return of My Fair Lady to the West End.

Interview with Kirsty Skivington: also this week, we chatted to Kirsty about starring in the UK tour of Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World, which continues to tour across the UK.

Opinion of the Olivier Awards 2022: this week we also shared our thoughts on this year’s awards, highlighting some of our favourite winners as well as perhaps areas in which the awards could improve.

New video footage released of Cabaret: following on from its successful number of wins at the Olivier Awards, new footage of Rebecca Frecknall’s critically acclaimed production has been released…

Review round up of American Buffalo on Broadway: here at Love London Love Culture, we also take a keen interest in what is happening across the pond and so we have rounded up some reviews of this latest revival of David Mamet’s play…

New video footage has been released of UK tour of Beauty and the Beast: in more new video footage released, the current UK touring production of Beauty and the Beast has offered more glimpses into the production for those who have yet to catch it! The production will be heading to the London Palladium this Summer.

Review round up of Zorro the Musical: we also took a look at what critics have had to say about the revival of this musical currently playing at the Charing Cross Theatre.

Environmental documentary Once You Know due for release in UK on the 22nd April: it was announced that the new documentary, written and directed by Emmanuel Cappellin (Thoughts and Reflections) will be released in the UK next week.


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