Interview with… KT Sullivan

Editor Emma Clarendon spoke to the singer about how her love of Cole Porter’s music has inspired her latest show ‘You’re the Top’ at The Pheasantry tonight.  Hi KT, thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. What can audiences expect from ‘You’re the Top’? Audiences at The Pheasantry can expect some of the great standards… Read More

Interview with… Melinda Hughes

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to Melinda Hughes about her new show Half Woman Half Beast.  Hi Melinda thanks so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you tell me a bit more about your show Half Woman Half Beast? Margo Lion was a celebrated cabaret star who came from Constantinople to… Read More

Five Minutes With…Peter Gerald

The actor spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about starring in Cafe Society Swing, playing at the Theatre Royal Stratford East from the 5th to the 16th June.  Hi Peter thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. What can audiences expect from Cafe Society Swing? A great story told by some of the… Read More

Album Review: The Tomicks

The British band gives rock ‘n’ roll a new flair with their self-titled album that’s filled with catchy tunes.  Throughout this extremely upbeat and infectious sounding album, The Tomicks might want to revitalise music from the past but do so with plenty of flair to make it sound as though it is something unique and… Read More

NEWS: Nominations for The South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2018 Announced

The nominations for this years The South Bank Sky Arts Awards have been confirmed, celebrating the wide range of creative talent in the arts.  Now in its 22nd year, The South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2018 winners will be announced at a ceremony at The Savoy Hotel on Sunday 1st July to celebrate the best… Read More

REVIEW: Valley of Thorns by The Kut

The all-female band have released their debut album, following on from featuring as one of Kerrang! Magazine’s Breakthrough Acts of the Year in 2017. Love London Love Culture took a listen… Formed of Diana Bartmann (drums) and Stella Vie (bass) and Princess Maha, The Kut has plenty of passion and a raw energy about them as demonstrated on their debut album.… Read More

Review Round Up: Electric Light by James Bay

The singer is back with his second album – but what have critics been making of it? Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: ** “Chaos and the Calm was criticised for lacking character: it was all polite good taste. Electric Light is clearly meant to counter that charge, but amid… Read More

Interview with…Movin’ Melvin Brown

LLLC’s Emma Clarendon spoke to Melvin Brown about bringing his show Chuck Berry Lives to the Brighton Festival.  Hi, thanks so much for talking to LLLC. Could you tell me a bit more about you new show ‘Chuck Berry Lives’?  It is simply a look at the life and music and excitement of the king of… Read More

REVIEW: Frozen, Original Broadway Cast Recording

Capturing the spirit of the story and the characters, the Broadway Cast Recording features a wealth of talent vocally to make it a joy to listen to.  There is no real doubt that musically Frozen was written with a transfer to the stage in mind. The full power behind songs such as ‘Let it Go’… Read More

REVIEW: Lo Specchio by Daniela Mastrandrea

The pianist’s  album is a perfect blend of darkness and light musically, highlighted by her sensitive performances.  There are plenty of words to describe this album from Daniela Mastrandrea. Gorgeous, sensitive and thoughtful are just a few of the words that can be used in association with this album that is filled with plenty of… Read More