NEWS: New Musical Based on Mystic Pizza Announced

Plans for the new musical based on the 1988 film have been announced. It has been announced that Mystic Pizza the Musical will be set to premiere at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine this Summer. Based on the 1988 film written by Amy Holden Jones, the musical will feature a book by Sandy Rustin,… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Unveiled For Matilda the Musical Film

New casting has been announced for the upcoming film based on the hit stage show. Further casting has been confirmed for the upcoming musical film based on the West End musical and Roald Dahl’s book. It has been written by Dennis Kelly, with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin and direction by Matthew Warchus. It… Read More

NEWS: Warner Bros Studio Tour London Puts Tickets on Sale For Visits From July

The popular attraction where people can find out more about the making of the Harry Potter films have released tickets for visits from 1st July – 31st December 2021. While under the current government advice the Warner Bros studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter remains closed, tickets have now gone on sale for… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 21st March 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of the week including the best interviews and reviews that we have shared this week… Interview with Newtion Matthews: in one of our favourite interviews of the year so far, the actor chatted to us about starring in Dean Johnson’s filmed production of the musical… Read More

REVIEW: Raya and the Last Dragon, Disney Plus

Combining fantastic visuals with a magical and adventurous story – this is a wonderful, action packed film. Disney is certainly gives us some strong female characters to get behind in this colourful fantasy-action film that has visual effects that impressively make the audience feel as though they are on Raya’s adventure as well. The story… Read More

REVIEW: Firebird, BFI Flare Festival

This moving and romantic film about forbidden love set at the height of the Cold War will have a mass appeal to a wide range of audiences. Heartbreaking, romantic and dramatic are three words that automatically spring to mind as this film comes its conclusion in a emotional way. Written by director Peeter Rebane and… Read More

REVIEW: My First Summer, BFI Flare Festival

This beautiful film filled with dreamlike imagery is a real little gem to watch unfold. Written and directed by Katie Found, this gorgeously tender and heartfelt film deals with sensitive issues surrounding mental health and suicide in a completely absorbing way. Sixteen year old Claudia (Markella Kavenagh) is struggling to cope in the aftermath of… Read More

NEWS: New Trailers Released For In The Heights

Two new trailers for the highly anticipated film adaptation of the musical have been released. Set for release in the UK on the 25th June, two new trailers have been unveiled to give people a new look at the upcoming musical film, based on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical. Directed by Jon M. Chu, the musical features… Read More

REVIEW: Jump, Darling, BFI Flare Festival

This heartwarming, funny and endearing film features two wonderful central performances. Written and directed by Phil Connell, Jump,Darling is an understated film that shows the importance of family relationships and family history in helping to make decisions about the way life takes you. Engaging and funny, the film follows Russell (Thomas Duplessie) who is at… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Film Picks 2021

While cinemas are still shut, Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon picks some of the films that she is most looking forward to seeing when they do open again…. Cruella: this new villain origin story from Disney certainly looks as though its going to be a dark and grown up film, with Emma Stone taking… Read More