NEWS: World Premiere of Jonathan Glazer’s Strasbourg 1518 Heading to BBC 2

The new film from Jonathan Glazer, co-commissioned by Artangel & Sadler’s Wells will be shown on BBC 2 on the 20th July. The world premiere of the new film from Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast, Birth, Under The Skin, The Fall) will take place on BBC Two at 10pm on Monday 20th July and will be available on BBC iPlayer… 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

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: June 2020

Here’s a guide to what has proved popular this month on Love London Love Culture…. Interview with Robert O’Dowd: proving a popular read this month is our interview with the Rose Theatre’s Chief Executive, discussing the need for help for theatres from the government. Review of OVO Theatre’s Twelfth Night: this hilarious performance of Twelfth… Read More

NEWS: Celtic Tiger Announced as Next Show to be Streamed by The Shows Must Go On

The 2005 Irish dance show will be streamed for free via The Shows Must Go youtube channel on Friday 3rd July. The next show to be streamed as part of The Shows Must Go On series has been unveiled today. From 7pm on Friday 3rd July, audiences can watch the 2005 production of Celtic Tiger… Read More

REVIEW: La Fille Mal Gardée, Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House

Marianela Nuñez and Carlos Acosta make for a beautiful partnership in this 2005 production of Frederick Ashton’s ballet. Exquisitely performed, Frederick Ashton’s La Fille Mal Gardée is a real joy to watch from start to finish as it takes the audience through the love story of Lise, the daughter of Widow Simone, and Colas, a… Read More

NEWS: Lawrence Batley Theatre Launches Locked down. Locked in. But living

The theatre has announced details of its world premiere and dance extravaganza, which will be available to watch online from the 28th September. Following on from their online plays, The Understudy and Nigel Slater’s ‘Toast’, The Lawrence Batley Theatre has announced  that it has commissioned three critically acclaimed, UK dance companies to create three, site specific works for… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 14th June

Here’s our guide to what has been happening this week in the world of culture…. Review of OVO Theatre’s Twelfth Night: Friday evening saw us catching OVO theatre’s hilarious and musical take on Shakespeare’s play via Zoom. Playful and lively it was certainly a production worth catching! Review of Amélie The Musical original London Cast… Read More

NEWS: New Short Film Released by Royal Ballet’s Alexander Campbell

The short film co-created by Royal Ballet Principal Alexander Campbell and Anthoula Syndica-Drummond was released today. Titled ‘Where We Are’, this short film features five dancers choreographed by Rambert’s Hannah Rudd to an original score composed by Sophie Cotton which features a performance by violinist Naomi Burrell. Collaborating while in lockdown, the original work is performed… Read More

NEWS: Constella Launches Connecting Stars Project

The opera-ballet company has launched its Connecting Stars project to help alleviate two urgent problems presented by the Covid-19 pandemic – loneliness amongst care home residents isolated from their support network and the financial difficulties faced by artists whose industry has come to a standstill. The company has launched free one- to-one virtual concerts performed… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 7th June 2020

Here’s a guide to some of the cultural things we have been writing about this week… Interview with Robert O’Dowd: this week we spoke to the Rose Theatre’s Chief Executive about the challenges that the theatre industry is currently facing and what we can do to support it right now. Review of Going the Distance… Read More