Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 26th May

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Interview with Fifi Garfield: we chatted to the actress about starring in Horrible Histories Dreadful Deaf, created in partnership with Deafinitely Theatre and touring the UK. Review of Beneath the Blue Rinse: catch up with our review of Glen Walford’s production which… Read More


Interview With… Robert Cavanah

The actor spoke to Emma Clarendon about starring in Napoli, Brooklyn which plays at the Park Theatre from the 13th June until the 13th July. Hi Robert, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain a bit more about the background to the story of Napoli, Brooklyn? Well, for background you would need… Read More

Interview With… Nigel Slater

The food writer and journalist tells us about seeing his memoirs brought vividly to life on stage in Toast, bringing food into the theatre and the surprising impact his story has had on audiences. What’s Toast about? Toast is the story of a little boy who feels abandoned because his mother dies when he’s very… Read More

Interview With…Sharon Singh

The actress spoke to us about her latest role in Peter Morgan’s The Audience which plays at the Nuffield Southampton Theatres on the 24th May. Hi Sharon. For those who haven’t seen the play, what can we expect from The Audience? The Audience is a play that breaks the contract of silence between Queen Elizabeth… Read More

Interview With…Scott Le Crass

The director chatted to us about reviving Country Music by Simon Stephens at the Omnibus Theatre from the 29th May. Thanks so much for talking to me.What can you tell me about Country Music’? It’s a play about how one act can determine and shape the future. It follows a mans life over 20 years… Read More

Interview With…Liam Tamne

The West End star chatted to Emma Clarendon about taking part in Main Men of Musicals at Cadogan Hall on the 31st May. Hi Liam, what are you most looking forward to about being part of Main Men of Musicals? Getting to sing material that I don’t normally sing is really exciting, but also getting to… Read More

Interview With… Lev Dodin

The lauded Russian director tells us about bringing his much-praised production of Three Sisters to London and why, after 35 years running the Maly Drama Theatre, he still gets nervous. “If you put in a lot of effort, at some point something will come out.” By iconic director Lev Dodin’s own admission, this Russian proverb… Read More

Interview With…Andrew Day

The writer spoke to us about bringing back Bullet Tongue Reloaded to The Big House. Hi Andrew. For those who haven’t seen Bullet Tongue Reloaded yet – what can they expect if they come along this time around? Explosive performances. That’s what The Big House is all about. We build a production that allows young talent… Read More

Interview With…Fifi Garfield

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about working alongside Deafinitely Theatre on Horrible Histories Dreadful Deaf. How are you feeling about being part of this production? I feel really privileged to be part of this production as I feel that deaf history is a part of me, it’s where I came from, if it wasn’t… Read More

Interview With… Carolin Stoltz

Carolin chatted to Emma Clarendon about being part of Witness for the Prosecution at London’s County Hall. Hi Carolin, How are you feeling about being involved with Witness for the Prosecution? I’m feeling great! We are in the first weeks of rehearsals at the moment which is obviously a bit nerve wracking but I’m really… Read More