Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 7th February 2021

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular this week on Love London Love Culture. Review of A Bloody Shambles, Living Record Festival: this week, we took a listen to Ella Dorman-Gajic’s audio drama focusing on the sensitive topic of periods and being able to afford the feminine hygiene products needed to support women… Read More

REVIEW: Identity, CTC Dance Company (Online)

This inventive and thoughtful dance piece explores what we see if we take our ‘masks’ off and allows ourselves to be us and not what society expects. Co-created and choreographed by Christopher Tendai and directed by Denzel Westley Sanderson, this fascinating dance piece brings together dance, spoken word and music to meditate on identity and discovering… Read More

NEWS: Pavilion Dance South West to Broadcast Second Hand Dance’s Night Tree

Pavilion Dance South West’s co-commissioned piece is based on Eve Bunting’s book of the same name. Being made available for families over the upcoming half term, Pavilion Dance South West and Second Hand Dance present Night Tree a film about a special tree and a family’s gift to all the creatures in the wintry woods.… Read More

REVIEW: Nutcracker Delights, English National Ballet (Online)

Having had its run of live performances cut short, thank goodness the English National Ballet recorded this gorgeous scaled back festive treat for audiences to enjoy at home. Taking some of the many highlights of Tchaikovsky’s beloved classic The Nutcracker and scaling it back in terms of both dancers and orchestra is not an easy… Read More

Interview With…Zannah Chisholm

We chatted to Artistic Director Zannah Chisholm about Pavilion Dance South West and new dance piece Papyllon by Ella Mesma.   Hi Zannah – could you explain a bit more about what Papyllon is about? This transformative new piece provides an opportunity to see a work in development from one of the UK’s rising dance talents,… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Year: 2020

Yes it has been a year like no other, but here at Love London Love Culture we have wanted to provide as much cultural coverage as possible. Here’s our list for our most read posts of the year… Review of Les Miserables the Staged Concert: earlier this year a digital version of this immensely popular… Read More

NEWS: Magic Mike Live to Return to London in 2021

The popular show is set to return to the Hippodrome Casino in April 2021. Channing Tatum and the producers of Magic Mike Live have confirmed that the show will be returning to its London home at the Hippodrome Casino from the 16th April 2021. With tickets going on sale at 9am on the 4th December,… Read More

PREVIEW: Nutcracker Delights, London Coliseum

Performances are set to begin at the London venue on the 17th December. The London Coliseum are set to welcome audiences and the English National Ballet for a special celebration of The Nutcracker – a ballet that the company have been performing since 1950. In this special production, dancers and musicians will take audiences on… Read More

PREVIEW: Create. Debate. Celebrate, Dance Umbrella

Dance Umbrella’s digital festival is set to run from the 23rd to the 27th November. This new digital festival will include discussions, workshops, documentaries, performances and dance parties with names like Akram Khan, Annie B Parsons and Gregory Maqoma.  The programme is set to include: Choreographer’s CutEver wondered how a performance evolves? Step inside the mind of a… Read More

NEWS: Martin Freeman and Carey Mulligan to Star in A Christmas Carol

The new film of the Christmas classic will be released in cinemas and head to selected theatres from the 20th November. It has been announced that a new adaptation of A Christmas Carol will be heading to cinemas and select theatres nationwide from November 20th. Directed by Sibling directors Jacqui Morris and David Morris, the film is set to… Read More