REVIEW: Mary Poppins Returns

This sequel to the beloved 1964 original is filled with little tributes to the original but manages to stand out and feel completely original thanks to Rob Marshall’s practically perfect direction.  Watching this sequel feels like coming back to a home that you didn’t realise you missed – filled with familiar details and nods to… Read More

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REVIEW: Backyard Cinema: The Christmas Labyrinth

Backyard Cinema’s cosy festive experience is worth a visit, leaving you feeling more than ready for Christmas. There really isn’t anything quite like watching your favourite festive film on the big screen as I found when paying a visit to Backyard Cinema’s Christmas Labyrinth to watch a screening of the hilarious and romantic ‘Love Actually’.… Read More

Review Round Up: The Old Man & The Gun

Robert Redford stars in David Lowery’s film about criminal Forrest Tucker – but what have critics made of it? Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: *** “Redford carries off this role with a stately good nature and residual charisma, but I have to admit to finding something a bit stiff and… Read More

NEWS: Pop Up Screens Bringing Back Cinema in the Snow Experience

Running at the Hackney Showrooms from the 13th to the 23rd December, Pop Up Screens invite audiences back for another Cinema in the Snow experience.  Pop Up Screens are inviting audiences to step through the wardrobe this festive season for its Cinema in the Snow experience to watch your favourite festive films including  Love Actually,… Read More

NEWS: Roy Budd’s The Phantom of the Opera to be Performed at the Barbican

It has been confirmed that Roy Budd’s score  Rupert Julian’s 1925 silent film version of The Phantom at the Opera will be performed live at the Barbican for one night only next year.  This newly announced performance is only the second time that Roy Budd’s score will be heard live, with all finds raised from the… Read More

Review Round Up: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews this new interpretation of The Jungle Book directed by Andy Serkis.  IGN: “Director Andy Serkis’ Mowgli intentionally avoids any such cuddliness in favor of a less playful coming of age story set in a world full of danger, where learning to keep your guard up is a… Read More

REVIEW: Marvel Avengers Station,ExCeL London

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon headed to ExCel London to find out more about the world and characters of the Avengers.  I have to confess something. I have not actually watched a single Avengers film – no not even Iron Man, so this new exhibition and immersive experience exploring this super hero world was… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Festive Picks

Looking to do something festive in London this year? Well Love London Love Culture has picked some of the best things to visit to get you in the festive mood… 1. The Greatest Snowman, Pedley Street Station: jump onboard the luxurious Arctic Express for Funicular Productions Christmas treat, complete with a delicious four course menu created… Read More

NEWS: Union Chapel Announces Winter Warmers Series

The Islington venue has announced a series of  Winter Warmer events will take place between the 3rd-9th December to raise money to repair the chapel’s School Sunday Hall .  Filled with family film screenings, disco yoga, a cockney singalong and a Christmas market, Union Chapel’s Winter Warmers Week will not only help visitors to get… Read More

Review Round Up: Ralph Breaks the Internet

Is Disney’s sequel to Wreck-It-Ralph worth watching according to critics? Love London Love Culture finds out by rounding up the reviews….  The Guardian: ** “Ralph Breaks the Internet is facing a problem faced by every other film: we are all on the internet nowadays, and how on earth do you represent that on screen? People looking at… Read More