REVIEW: The Prince of Egypt Original Cast Recording

The cast recording of the West End musical allows the orchestra and ensemble as well as the leading cast to shine. Filled with the same sense of drama and emotion that watching the production live, The Prince of Egypt original cast recording is an immensely powerful listen. From the immensely bold and commanding ‘Deliver Us’… Read More


NEWS: Brand New Radio Play The Understudy to be Broadcast

The brand new online ‘self-isolation’ radio play based on the novel by David Nicholls is set to be broadcast in two parts in May. It has been announced that the play written by Henry Filloux-Bennett and based on the novel by David Nicholls will be broadcast in two parts on Wednesday 20th May and Wednesday 27th May… Read More

REVIEW: She Loves Me, Studio 54, New York (2016)

This light and bubbly musical is a sheer delight both musically and performance wise. If there is one thing that is true it is that the line between love and hate is very close indeed – and it is this concept which forms the centre of this delightful musical adapted from the 1937 play Parfumerie by Hungarian… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Cast Recordings

With streaming theatre productions proving to be immensely popular, the other way to get your theatre fix is by listening to original cast recordings. Here’s a few of Love London Love Culture’s favourites… An American in Paris: featuring the gorgeous music of George Gershwin, this is such a classy soundtrack that is difficult not to… Read More

REVIEW: The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie Rubenhold

This refreshing take on the women who were murdered by Jack the Ripper offers new insight into their lives while highlighting the striking inaccuracies in the handling of their deaths. Polly, Annie, Elizabeth, Catherine and Mary-Jane. Five women who never met each other had one thing in common: the fact they were all murdered in… Read More

NEWS: Re-Scheduled Dates Announced for Hairspray

The production was originally due to begin performances at the London Coliseum this month. Producers have today announced new dates for the award winning musical at the London Coliseum later this year. It has been confirmed the production will now begin performances on the 1st September and will run for a limited ten week season… Read More

NEWS: Virtual Tour of Old Naval College’s Painted Hall Available Online

The free 360 degree interactive tour allows the public to still view the iconic attraction. With the Old Royal Navel College being closed to the public at the current time, it has been confirmed that people will still be able to see its Painted Hall, with interactive tours available online via the website. Narrated by… Read More

REVIEW: One Man, Two Guvnors, National Theatre Live

The National Theatre’s production of Richard Bean’s comedy is as vibrantly funny as ever. It would be fair to say that right now what the British public need right now is a laugh – particularly if they are missing going to the theatre – which is why it was a stroke of genius for the… Read More

Interview With…Chloé Nelkin

We chatted to Chloé about keeping the arts world alive during this difficult time as well as celebrating the 10th anniversary of Chloé Nelkin Consulting (CNC) earlier this month. Hi Chloé, I hope you’re safe and well. This is such a difficult time for every industry – but how doyou think we can try and… Read More

NEWS: Rose Theatre Launches Rose Endures Campaign

The Rose Theatre in Kingston has announced its Rose Endures fundraising campaign. The Rose Theatre has today launched its fundraising campaign Rose Endures amid the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus epidemic and aims to help protect the future of the theatre and the livelihoods of its staff and associate creatives. As one of the largest producing… Read More