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

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Preview of Georgia’s Fantastic Tavern: Where Europe Meets Asia: we have shared details for the upcoming online festival, taking place from the 25th to the 28th February. Marking the the centenary of Soviet invasion of Georgia and 30th anniversary of independence, it is a… Read More

Interview With…Sally Vanderpump

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about The Cloak of Visibility, heading to The Space Arts Centre from the 1st June. Could you please explain a bit more about what The Cloak of Visibility is about? The Cloak of Visibility is about Amy, who describes herself as “a successful, juggling mum” but when she loses… Read More

Interview With…Koko Brown

We chatted to the spoken-word artist, theatre maker and producer about her new podcast Black in Power. Hi Koko, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain a bit more about what we can expect from Black in Power? Black in Power is a podcast that blends what I know and what I… Read More

NEWS: Talawa Theatre Company to Release Third and Fourth Films in Tales from the Front Line Series

The theatre company will release the next couple of films from the series which uses verbatim interviews with Black key workersto explore the complex impact of the Covid-19 crisis on those on the Front Line of the pandemic. Talawa Theatre Company have confirmed it will be making the third and fourth films in its Tales… Read More

Interview With…Gabrielle MacPherson

We chatted to the playwright and performer about the upcoming world premiere of Outside, streaming online from the 18th February. Hi Gabrielle, could you tell me more about what ‘Outside’ is about? Outside is about a 30 year old woman who has never left the house on her own before. She has lived an extremely… Read More

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

January may have felt like a long month for all of us but it certainly kept Love London Love Culture busy as this round up of popular reads shows… Review of the Dickens Theatre Company’s A Christmas Carol: Christmas might feel like a distant memory now, but we really enjoyed catching this cleverly presented production… Read More

Interview With…Emma Brand

We chatted to the theatre-maker and performer about performing her show The Stove as part of The Living Record Festival. Could you tell me more about The Stove is about? The Stove is about gathering. I know that’s a strange answer because you think a show should be about a topic or a character, and… Read More

Interview With…Emily Redpath

The actress chatted to us about starring in the new filmed production of Romeo & Juliet.  How does it feel to be presenting this classic love story in this way? It feels exciting! Our director Nick was so great at finding the urgency of the piece, and this, matched with the time and physical constraints just added… Read More

Interview With…Lee Anderson, Sid Sagar and Andrew Whyment

The Squint Associates and Online Workshop Facilitators chatted to us about the company’s latest series of writing and devising online workshops. Hi, could you tell me a bit more about the online workshops that Squint has set up? Andrew Whyment: Our online workshops are all about empowering participants with writing and devising tools that can… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 24th January 2021

Here’s a guide to some of Love London Love Culture’s most popular reads this week…. Review of Extant’s Flight Paths: one of our most popular reads this week is our review of this accessible and fascinating production, which was on tour when the pandemic hit so has been transformed into a special online version. It… Read More