Here’s a guide to the most popular reads on LLLC in April….
Review round up of Cinderella, Royal Opera House: playing until the 3rd May, we rounded up the reviews for the new co-production between The Royal Ballet and the National Ballet of Canada of Frederick Ashton’s ballet.
Interview with Stephen Hoo: last month, we chatted to Stephen about starring in the world premiere of Joanne Lau’s Worth, which ran at the Arcola Theatre from the 7th to the 29th April before transferring to Chester’s Storyhouse, playing from the 5th to the 20th May.
Interview with Joseph Langdon: We caught up with Joseph to discuss starring in Village Idiot, which is the debut full length play by Samson Hawkins as it plays at the Theatre Royal Stratford East until the 6th May.
Review round up of Worth at the Arcola Theatre: we took a closer look at what was being said about this world premiere at the Arcola Theatre.
Review of A Little Life at the Harold Pinter Theatre: discover what we thought of Ivo Van Hove’s production based on Hanya Yanagihara’s novel, which will move home to the Savoy Theatre in June.
Review round up of Berlusconi – A New Musical, Southwark Playhouse: read what the critics had to say about this new musical around the politician Silvio Berlusconi and played at the Southwark Playhouse until the 29th April.
Review round up of Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism at the Dulwich Picture Gallery: we rounded up the reviews for the gallery’s latest exhibition which showcases the work of the French artist. It is on display until the 10th September.
Review round up of Ai Weiwei: Making Sense, Design Museum: the artist is once again displaying his work in London! Found out what is being said about this latest exhibition that is available for the public to view until the 30th July.
Review of Village Idiot at the Theatre Royal Stratford East: we headed up to Stratford to catch Samson Hawkins play which explores the massive impact of the HS2 project on villages and those who live in the villages lives. But was it a hit or a miss?
Review of Ain’t Too Proud, Prince Edward Theatre: discover the story of The Temptations through the highs and lows as well as hearing many of the group’s classic songs along the way. But did we love it?