Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: July 2020

Here’s a guide to what was proving popular on LLLC last month… Old Royal Naval College Announce Summer Programme of Outdoor events: shortly after opening its doors to the public for the first time since lockdown, the venue announced a number of outdoor events including tours and cinema screenings. Preview of The Stars Are Bright,… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series Featuring Norm Lewis

This deeply engaging concert series continues with Norm Lewis discussing and performing songs from his impressive career catalogue. From Once on This Island to Les Miserables, Norm Lewis has had an impressive career which is really celebrated in this latest The Seth Concert Series. With a warm personality and impressive vocals, Norm Lewis is someone… Read More

NEWS: Ida Girls London Release Les Misérables Medley in Support of Help Musicians

The classical-crossover girl group have announced that they are releasing their new medley Stars, featuring songs from the long-running musical theatre show Les Misérables, in support of Help Musicians. Released via Youtube and iTunes, proceeds from the downloads of the medley will go to Help Musicians, a UK charity that helps to look after professional musicians of all genres, and all… Read More

REVIEW: Pick Me Up Off the Floor by Norah Jones

Emma Clarendon takes a listen to the new album from the singer. There is always something soothing about listening to Norah Jones. Her vocals are consistently gentle and thoughtful, while her songs just wash over you and allows you to appreciate them at your own pace. This is still the same feeling you get from… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Film Scores

With cinemas beginning to reopen, Emma Clarendon selects some of her favourite film scores… Sense and Sensibility: Patrick Doyle’s beautiful score really helps to capture the romance and spirit of the story, with richly textured music that is really memorable. In particular, ‘Devonshire’ and ‘Throw the Coins’ are two particular favourite sequences of music that… Read More

NEWS: Philharmonia Orchestra Announce Programme for Online Summer Series

The orchestra have announced full details of its online series starting on the 16th July. The Philharmonia Orchestra have today announced the full programme for its upcoming The Philharmonia Sessions online series filmed at the Battersea Arts Centre. This newly announced programme of three free digital concerts will open with Sheku Kanneh-Mason joining the Orchestra to perform Saint-Saëns Cello… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series with Audra McDonald

Filled with fascinating insights and gorgeous selection of songs, this latest show in The Seth Concert series was a real treat as it was insightful. Having been lucky enough to catch Audra McDonald’s immensely enjoyable performance in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill in the West End a few years ago, there was no… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 12th July

Here’s a guide to what has been read the most on Love London Love Culture this week… Preview of The Stars are Bright on display at the Theatre Courtyard from next week: find out more about this new exhibition of early work by young Zimbabwean painters, which will open to the public on the 15th… Read More

REVIEW: Turn Up London

This fundraising concert organised by Nicole Raquel Dennis and Ryan Carter is a powerful reminder of how music and words can unite people as well as put across serious messages. Bringing together a hugely impressive cast of performers, Turn Up London is wonderfully vibrant fundraising concert that wonderfully combines a combination of live (at Cadogan… Read More

NEWS: Kings Place London Announce Further Live and Archive Events to be Streamed

The London venue has announced further shows which will be streamed online. Kings Place has announced further live and archived events to be streamed online over the coming weeks. This includes the fact for the first time since lockdown the venue has hosted a performance behind closed doors, filmed on 20th June and is available… Read More