We take a look at what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…

(c)Manuel Harlan

Review of Watch on the Rhine, Donmar Warehouse: discover what we thought of this rare revival of Lillian Hellman’s play, directed by Ellen McDougall and continuing to play at the Donmar Warehouse until the 4th February.

Acosta Danza to return to the Royal Opera House: in case you missed it, Carlos Acosta’s dance company is set to return to the Royal Opera House from the 23rd to the 30th January with a programme of works including European premieres by  Micaela Taylor and Juanjo Arqués alongside work by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Goyo Montero and Beatriz Garcia and Raúl Reinoso.

Review round up of The Shards by Bret Easton Ellis: if you are a fan of the author, then why not discover what is being said about his latest book with the help of our review round up.

Preview of The Morgan Stanley Exhibition: Peter Doig at the Courtauld Gallery: find out more about the gallery’s upcoming exhibition, which will feature new and recent works created by the artist. The exhibition is set to open to the public from the 10th February.

National Gallery’s 2023 exhibition programme: discover what the National Gallery has in store exhibition wise for 2023, following the departure of displays such as Winslow Homer: Force of Nature and The Credit Suisse Exhibition Lucian Freud: New Perspectives.

Review of Hieroglyphs: Unlocking Ancient Egypt at the British Museum: on display until the 19th of February, find out what we thought of this exhibition that brings to life the history of Hieroglyphs and how it evolved.

Musical Parade is getting a Broadway revival: it has been announced this week that  Jason Robert Brown’s musical is set to have a Broadway revival starring Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond. It is set to begin performances from next month at the Bernard B Jacobs Theatre.   

Peter Pan Goes Wrong is heading to Broadway: in other news from Broadway, Mischief’s show based on the J.M. Barrie’s classic story is heading to New York for a limited 16 and a half week run at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre from March. Tickets are on sale now.

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Swan Lake to embark on a new UK tour: it has been confirmed that the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s revival of Sir Peter Wright and Galina Samsova’s production of Swan Lake will embark on a UK tour this Spring.

Interview with Harry Reid: we caught up with the actor to find out more about how he felt about returning to Witness for the Prosecution which continues to play at the London County Hall.


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