NEWS: Kelly Gough to Star in Harm at the Bush Theatre

The production is set to play at the theatre from the 17th May until the 26th June. The Bush Theatre has announced that Kelly Gough will star in the new monologue by Bruntwood Prize award-winning playwright Phoebe Eclair-Powell. Directed by Atri Banerjee (who won The Stage Debut Award for Best Director in 2019 for his… Read More

NEWS: Simon Russell Beale to Star in Bach & Sons at the Bridge Theatre

The world premiere production of Nina Raine’s play will run at the Bridge Theatre from the 23rd June. It has been announced that Simon Russell Beale will star as JS Bach in the Bridge Theatre’s production of Nina Raine’ Bach & Sons, set to be directed by Nicholas Hytner. With tickets going on sale on… Read More

NEWS: New Date Announced For Return Witness For the Prosecution

The London production will now begin performances at London County Hall from the 3rd August. New dates have been confirmed for the return of Agatha Christie’s Witness For the Prosecution at London County Hall, as the Government Roadmap will not permit the return of full capacity audiences by the planned reopening date of 18th May. With tickets… Read More

REVIEW: The Giant Pacific Octopus Maritime School, Written on the Waves

This latest audio drama as part of the Written on the Waves project is an interesting concept but feels as though it needs more time to develop the story more. Taking the idea of having to adapt to a new world and transforming it into a surreal sci-fi adventure, The Giant Octopus Maritime School is… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 11th April

Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads this week including news and reviews… Review of the The MTA’s Something Old, Something New musical revue: showcasing the talents of recent graduates, it is no surprise that this has proved to be such a popular read this week. Every graduate poured their heart and… Read More

First Look at….Cruise

Jack Holden’s play is being streamed online before heading to the West End’s Duchess Theatre for a run. Streaming from the 15th to the 25th April, new images have now been released for Jack Holden’s one man play in which he also stars. Directed by Bronagh Lagan, this filmed version of the production will be… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast and Titles Announced For Outside

The second part of the Orange Tree Theatre’s collection of world premiere short plays by emerging and established writers will be performed and live streamed from the Orange Tree Theatre’s auditorium from 15th-17th April. Following on from the performance of Inside last month, the Orange Tree Theatre has announced the full cast and titles for Outside,… Read More

REVIEW: Talking Gods Festival: Persephone (Online)

This powerful retelling of how Persephone ended up in the Underworld is given a modern twist that makes for compelling viewing. As someone who loves Greek Mythology, to see them reinterpreted for a modern day audience is a really fascinating experience – as captured in Ross McGregor’s compellingly engaging first play of the new digital… Read More

NEWS: The Mousetrap to Reopen in the West End

The long running play has confirmed that it will be welcoming audiences back to St Martin’s Theatre from the 17th May with two sets of casting. Agatha Christie’s play will be returning to the West End stage from next month for the first time since theatre’s were closed last year, with two different casts for… Read More

NEWS: Southwark Playhouse Announces World Premiere of Philip Ridley’s Tarantula

This new one woman show will be live-streamed from the theatre’s The Little space on the 30th April and the 1st May. It has been announced that the world premiere of Philip Ridley’s new play will take place for three performances only on the 30th April and the 1st May. Set to be directed by… Read More