NEWS: Old Royal Naval College to Reopen to the Public

The UNESCO World Heritage Site will be opening its doors to the public from the 13th July. It has been announced that on the 13th July, the Old Royal Naval College, part of Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site, in line with government advice, will be opening up to the public once more. This news… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series With Melissa Errico

This lovely and insightful concert series is worth watching if you are hoping to get into musical theatre. Known for having played the roles of Cosette in Les Miserables and Eliza in My Fair Lady, Melissa Errico has an utterly warm and charming singing talent that is captured magnificently in this latest concert in the… Read More

NEWS: Part of the Main and Virtual Collaborators Network Launch New Festival

Taking place in August, the festival aims to support emerging artists. Running from the 17th to the 31st August, the Virtual Collaborators Festival is a two week live and digital experience to help provide emerging artists with industry support and a platform to connect and create new work in the wake of ongoing theatre closures… Read More

NEWS: Sir John Soane’s Museum to Reopen This Autumn

The museum has announced that it will be opening its doors to the public again from the 1st October – with all necessary precautions in place. The house and museum of Regency architect Sir John Soane is set to reopen and welcome visitors this Autumn, with a number of precautions in place to help maintain… Read More

NEWS: Theatres Trust Release Statement in Response to UK Government’s Rescue Package for the Arts

Director of The Theatre’s Trust Jon Morgan has today released a statement in response to the UK government’s newly announced rescue package for the arts. Jon Morgan said in a statement:”Theatres Trust greatly welcomes the government’s announcement of £1.57bn additional support for the arts and cultural sectors.  It is a strong message from government that… Read More

NEWS: West End Stars to Unite for Godspell 50th Anniversary concert

The special anniversary concert will be streamed worldwide on the 27th, 28th and 29th August. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell, it has been announced that Thomas Hopkins & Michael Quinn for Ginger Quiff Media in associate with the Hope Mill Theatre will present a special concert production to be streamed online… Read More

PREVIEW: The Golden Age of Spanish Modern Art, Colnaghi

The gallery is presenting a survey of painting by Spanish artists of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Now open to the public until the 25th September, this new display focusing on the work of Spanish artists in the late 19th and 20th centuries arrives at time that has seen a renewed interest in this… Read More

First Time Watching…Book Club

This 2018 film features a stellar cast as four women go on a journey to rediscover their inner goddesses – with the help of the book Fifty Shades of Grey. It is a fact that sometimes it feels as though Hollywood doesn’t make the most of talented and experienced actresses and offering films that allow… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 5th July

Another week and another weekly guide from Love London Love Culture! Review of The Grinning Man, Bristol Old Vic: having missed out on catching this musical during its London run, it was wonderful to finally watch the Bristol Old Vic’s production which is a “gorgeous fairytale of a musical”.   News: Charlie Kristensen has launched… Read More

REVIEW: Celtic Tiger, The Shows Must Go On!

This 2005 production directed, produced and choreographed by Michael Flatley has some interesting concepts – but put together comes across as an incoherent show. The last Michael Flatley show that I went to see was Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games and was completely mesmerised by the sheer skill and talent that was displayed. Which… Read More