NEWS: Full Casting Announced for The Jungle

Following its successful run at the Young Vic, full casting has been announced for the West End transfer of The Jungle, playing at the Playhouse Theatre from the 16th June.  This is the place where people suffered and dreamed. Meet the hopeful, resilient residents of The Jungle – just across the Channel, right on our… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Pity at the Royal Court Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for the world premiere of Rory Mullarkey’s Pity, playing at the Royal Court Theatre from the 12th July.  A normal day.A person stands in the market square watching the world go by. What happens next verges on the ridiculous. There’s ice cream. Sunshine. Shops. Some dogs. A wedding. Bombs. Candles. Blood.… Read More

NEWS: Summer and Smoke to Transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre

Following an acclaimed run at the Almeida Theatre, it has been announced that Rebecca Frecknall’s production of Summer and Smoke will transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 10th November.  Trapped between desire and a life of obligation, Alma meets John and her world turns upside down. This intoxicating classic about love, loneliness and self-destruction… Read More

Five Minutes With… Daryl McCormack

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon chatted to Daryl McCormack about his upcoming role in The Lieutenant of Inishmore, playing at the Noel Coward Theatre from the 23rd June.  Hi Daryl , thanks so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you explain what The Lieutenant of Inishmore is all about? The lieutenant of Inishmore… Read More

REVIEW: 84 Charing Cross Road, Richmond Theatre

It might be sweet and nostalgic, but this stage adaptation of 84 Charing Cross Road lacks momentum and purpose.  I love the idea of two people’s lives and their relationship being played out through letters – it’s warm, honest and affectionate way to get to know the characters and their stories but it is a… Read More

Review Round Up: Julie, National Theatre

Carrie Cracknell directs Polly Stenham’s contemporary adaptation of August Strindberg’s classic play. But what have critics been making of it?  The Guardian: ** “These actors do sterling work but in Stenham’s version I never felt that the tragic outcome was dictated by an inexorable dramatic force.” WhatsOnStage: **** “Even so, it’s too polished, too glossy for… Read More

PREVIEW: The Festival of Spanish Theatre, John Lyon’s Theatre

The sixth edition of this celebration of Spanish Theatre launches today (11th June) and runs until the 24th June.  Bringing a variety of Spanish theatre to London presented by some of the very best theatre companies, The Festival of Spanish Theatre will mark the debut  for all participating productions. As well as the two-week programme of plays, FeSTeLõn has also… Read More

NEWS: Final Casting Announced for West End Premiere of Broken Wings

Full casting has been confirmed for the upcoming West End premiere of new musical Broken Wings, playing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 1st to the 4th August.  The new musical, which is an autobiographical tale of tragic love based on Lebanese-born poet Kahlil Gibran’s 1912 novel, features book music & lyrics by West End… Read More

Review Round Up: My Name is Lucy Barton, Bridge Theatre

Based on Elizabeth Strout’s short novel, My Name is Lucy sees Laura Linney making her London debut in this production. Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews.  The Guardian: **** “Linney, as a performer, has mastered the art of public solitude and gives you the uncanny feeling that you are listening not to an invented… Read More

REVIEW: I Am of Ireland, Old Red Lion Theatre

Love London Love Culture’s Kirsty Herrington paid a visit to the Old Red Lion Theatre to see Seamus Finnegan’s I Am Of Ireland.  From the moment I Am Of Ireland begins and a rousing chorus of Ireland’s Call sounds out in the Old Red Lion Theatre, you know you’re in for a treat, a performance… Read More