Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th November

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s most popular reads for this week including reviews and interviews. Interview with Indra Ové: Emma Clarendon chatted to the actress about her current role in #WeAre Arrested at the Arcola Theatre. Interview with Alex Young: the actress chatted to us about playing Sarah Brown in the Crucible Theatre production of… Read More

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Review Round Up: Frozen 2

This hugely anticipated sequel sees Elsa and Anna on a brand new adventure. Here’s what critics have made of it… The Guardian: *** “It’s nice to see these figures again, but I couldn’t help feeling that there is something a bit underpowered and contrived about the storyline in Frozen II: a matter of jeopardy synthetically… Read More

Review Round Up: Last Christmas

Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in this new festive film featuring the music of George Michael. Here’s what critics have had to say about it…. The Guardian: * “There is some heart-in-the-right-place material about Brexit and bigots on the bus, and Last Christmas arguably deserves points for being one of the very few, or perhaps… Read More

REVIEW: 42nd Street

This special cinema release of the recent West End revival of the musical captures even more detail of this spectacular production. Having completed a successful run in the West End and proving to be a real dazzling spectacle, it seems only right that Mark Bramble’s production should be enjoyed once again through cinema screens which… Read More

Review Round up: The Irishman

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Martin Scorsese’s new film. The Guardian: ***** “No one but Scorsese and this glorious cast could have made this movie live as richly and compellingly as it does, and persuade us that its tropes and images are still vital.” RTE: ***** “The Irishman is quintessential Scorsese and… Read More

Review Round Up: The Good Liar

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Bill Condon’s film starring Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen. The Guardian: **** “This mystery thriller is outrageous and irresistible, an old-fashioned drama with dashes of Patricia Highsmith, Patrick Hamilton, John le Carré and maybe Elizabeth Jane Howard’s memoir Slipstream.” Variety: “Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen deliver… Read More

Review Round Up: The Aeronauts

Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne reunite for this new film directed by Tom Harper as a pilot and scientist who aim to fly higher than anyone else has been before. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… Empire: **** ” If it stutters in its attempts to round out its thin characters with backstory, it… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Film Picks: November 2019

Here’s a few films that Love London Love Culture is looking forward to seeing this month… The Aeronauts: 8th November: based on true events, this new film sees Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne reuniting for Tom Harper’s film which recounts the story of pilot Amelie Wren and scientist  James Glaisher  who end up in a… Read More

NEWS: Kinky Boots the Musical to be Screened in Cinemas

More2screen has announced that the Olivier Award winning musical is set to be screened in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on the 4th and 9th February 2020. Filmed in London, it has been announced that the musical will be heading to cinema screens on the 4th and 9th February, with it being shown in… Read More

NEWS: BFI Announces Year Long Programme to Celebrate Filmmaker Federico Fellini

The BFI has announced details of its year long celebration  to mark the centenary of filmmaker Federico Fellini.   Presented in collaboration with Luce – Cinecittà, the celebration will begin at the BFI Southbank with a two month complete retrospective of Fellini’s work from January to February 2020. This  retrospective is the first of the Fellini… Read More