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

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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

Twenty Things To Look Forward to in 2020

There have been plenty of exciting announcements about exhibitions, films , theatre productions and book coming up next year – here’s twenty events to look out for! Frozen coming to the West End: having already proven to be a massive hit on Broadway, the musical will be making its way across to London in Autumn… Read More

REVIEW: My Lemon Grove Summer by Jo Thomas

This latest summer read from Jo Thomas is filled with love, friendship and community spirit. Has anyone wondered what it would be like to just pack up your life and start over in a whole new country? Well this idea is right at the centre of the new story from Jo Thomas that wraps love,… Read More

REVIEW: The Favourite by Ophelia Field

There is no denying that Sarah Churchill, the Duchess of Marlbrough was a deeply fascinating personality – but there are times in this biography that focuses too much on the pettiness of her behaviour. With the release of the Oscar winning film of the same title, it seems to have reawakened interest in this sharp,… Read More

Review Round Up: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

The author of the acclaimed memoir Eat, Pray, Love, is back with a brand new novel. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: “It would be easy to dismiss City of Girls as joyous escapism, and God knows there’s little enough of that around right now. But look more closely and what you’ll see… Read More

REVIEW: Circe by Madeline Miller

Madeline Miller has a great gift for taking a Greek myth and adding a subtle contemporary twist to create a compelling and magical read. There is no doubt that Madeline Miller has wonderful gift of retelling and breathing new life into Greek mythology with a beautiful contemporary and lyrical style that reinforces how these stories… Read More