Review Round Up: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Margaret Atwood’s sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale. The Guardian: “Perhaps no other writer has managed her own phenomenon with so much grace and skill. The Testaments is Atwood at her best, in its mixture of generosity, insight and control.” Wired.co.uk: “The sequel is able to buoy you as… Read More

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REVIEW: The Mister by E.L James

This latest offering from the Fifty Shades of Grey author is definitely a strong book in terms of plot – but there are still a few issues with the characters. It has to be said that this latest book from E.L James while sticking resolutely to the same format – rich man falls for a… Read More

First Impressions of…Little Women

This new film adaptation based on the classic novel features an impressive cast and is set to be released near Christmas. Based on Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel, it has to be said this is still a story that will gain a whole new readership if Greta Gerwig’s lavish and spirited looking film is anything… Read More

Interview With…Elle Nash

The author chatted to Emma Clarendon about her debut novel Animals Eat Each Other. Hi Elle, thanks for talking to me. Could you tell me a bit more about what Animals Eat Each Other is about? Thanks so much for having me. Animals Eat Each Other is a novel about a young girl who falls into… Read More

Four of the Best Places to Try Hand- Made Artisan Chocolate

Coinciding with the publication of international chocolate judge and author Andrew Baker’s new book From Bean to Bar: A Chocolate Lover’s Guide to Britain published on the 22nd August, here’s a guide to some of the best artisan chocolate shops in the capital. Paul A. Young Fine Chocolates: at the forefront of chocolate making, Paul.… Read More

REVIEW: The Hotel Where We Met by Belinda Jones

This quirky romantic comedy story is wonderfully charming to read from start to finish. A slight departure from her previous novels, Belinda Jones adds a time travelling twist in this charming and immensely enjoyable new read that spans across several generations. Set in and around Hotel Del Coronado (best known for being the hotel used… Read More

REVIEW: Heroes by Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry breathes new life into these classic tales of Ancient Greek heroes. It is no secret that since a child I have had an ongoing fascination with Greek mythology and all the stories of the Greek heroes. Where this interest came from I have no idea but it is still a part of me… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 28th July 2019

Here’s a guide to what Love London Love Culture has been up to this week… Interview with Robert Rhodes: the actor chatted to us about taking on the role of Quasimodo in Iris Theatre’s production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Review of The Bridges of Madison County at the Menier Chocolate Factory: this week… Read More

REVIEW: Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen by Alison Weir

The historian breathes new life into this little known or understood Queen that in turn offers a different portrayal of the temperamental Henry VIII. Out of all of his wives, Henry VIII treasured and loved Jane Seymour the most for having providing him with what his previous wives could not: a son and heir. Yet… Read More

REVIEW: The Falcon’s Malteser, The Vaults

Maltesers, mystery and mayhem leads to a fun an entertaining stage adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s book. Filled with car chases, quirky characters and even some songs, New Old Friends stage adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s story is lively and engaging from start to finish. Tim Diamond runs a private detective agency – but unfortunately for him… Read More