NEWS: Johannes Radebe Announces UK Tour

The Strictly Come Dancing star and international champion has announced his first UK tour. Titled Johannes Radebe: Freedom, this newly announced UK tour will open on the 16th March and run until the 1st May 2022. Johannes Radebe: Freedom is set to be a celebration of dance and music performed by a company of talented… Read More

REVIEW: Here Come the Boys, London Palladium

With an electrifying energy, Here Come the Boys is a mesmerising masterclass in the joy and entertainment of dancing. Filled with a dynamic energy that never lets up from start to finish, Here Come the Boys is a show that captures and celebrates the skills of the professional dancers in a sexy and entertaining way… Read More

NEWS: Here Come the Boys to Play at the London Palladium

The show had been set to play at the Garrick Theatre earlier this year but has had to change venues. Now set to play at the London Palladium from the 25th May until the 9th May, Here Come the Boys arrives in the West End following a UK tour with a brand new production. The… Read More

NEWS: DanceWest Announce the Appointment of Three New Trustees

The news comes as the community dance organisation receives funding from the Culture Recovery Fund. DanceWest has announced that it has appointed three new trustees to join its board including: former Evening Standard and The Independent video chief Mars ElBrogy, Frantic Assembly’s Executive Director Kerry Whelan and well-being coach Jon Chu. The news of the… Read More

REVIEW: Remembering the Oscars (Online)

Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara digital adaptation of their upcoming UK tour is filled with dazzling routines and wonderful diversity of films celebrated. Remembering the Oscars is the latest show from Strictly Come Dancing’s Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara – which sadly has had to postpone the live tour until next year given the pandemic.… Read More

NEWS: Akram Khan’s Jungle Book Reimagined to Premiere at Leicester’s Curve Theatre

Akram Khan Company and Leicester’s Curve Theatre have announced that the choreographer’s new work will premiere at the theatre from the 2nd to the 9th April 2022. With tickets going on sale in the coming months, this reimagining of Jungle Book directed and choreographed by Akram Khan will be written by Tariq Jordan, with dramaturgy by Sharon Clark, and… Read More

REVIEW: Victoria, Northern Ballet (Online)

Cathy Marston’s ballet has been made available for audiences to watch at home until the 20th March. The story of Queen Victoria has been interpreted in many different ways through film, books and television drama – but this thoughtful and ambitious ballet takes audiences deeper into the woman as well as the queen. Choreographed and… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: February 2021

We round up some of the most popular reads available to catch up on for February – including the BBC’s special programme celebrating musicals and reviewing Bonnie Macbird’s new Sherlock Holmes adventure. Review of BBC’s Musicals: The Greatest Show: it was a bit emotional seeing some of our favourite West End stars doing what they… Read More

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