PREVIEW: Live from London – Spring, The VOCES8 Foundation (online)

This newly announced festival will be filmed live in VOCES8’s stunning church in the heart of the city, Cadogan Hall, St. BartsChurch, and venues overseas. The festival will feature and broadcast ten concerts and three educational performances celebrating love, new life and hope from the 13th February until the 22nd April. Over the course of… Read More

REVIEW: Nobody is Listening by Zayn

Understated but undeniably sexy, Zayn’s third solo album shows confidence. Arriving with very little fanfare, the former One Direction singer’s new solo album is as understated as its arrival. Filled with songs that really emphasise the direction in which he has decided to take his music in, it is certainly a very sexy album and… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series With Kelli O’Hara

The Tony award winning actress joined Seth Rudetsky for an insightful concert that was immensely enjoyable to watch unfold. Having been lucky enough to catch Kelli O’Hara in the critically acclaimed production of The King & I which arrived in London in 2018, I was certainly looking forward to seeing this concert which certainly doesn’t… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th January 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of the week… Review of Accents by Ensemble K: this week, we took a listen to the orchestral group’s debut album which was officially released on Friday. It brings together pieces by the likes of Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin, Claude Debussy and Aaron Copland. We described… Read More

NEWS: The Theatre Cafe Announces Sunday Night Live at The Theatre Cafe

London’s theatre cafe will be presenting a new series which will be available to watch for free across all its social media platforms. With the first taking place on the 7th February at 6pm, the venue’s new series will provide an hour’s worth entertainment streamed across all of its social media channels. Across the sixty… Read More

REVIEW: Songs for the Drunk and Brokenhearted by Passenger

This new album from Passenger really reflects the emotional turmoil that we are all going through at the moment. Filled with soulful melodies, this new album from Passenger is a thoughtful and heartfelt release that also reflects the emotional side of everything that everyone has been through in the last twelve months. With songs such… Read More

NEWS: West End Musical Celebration Live at the Palace Theatre Concerts Announced

Formerly known as West End Musical Christmas Live at the Palace Theatre, the concerts have been postponed due to government restrictions. With lockdown continuing, it has been confirmed that West End Musical Christmas Live at the Palace Theatre will be rescheduled to the 6th to 9th May 2020 and will be rebranded to West End… Read More

NEWS: Revised Dates Announced for Monday Night at the Apollo

The shows that were due to take place in January and February have had to be rescheduled due to the national government restrictions currently in place. Revised dates have now been announced for Monday Night at the Apollo, the new concert series that is set to take place at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.… Read More

NEWS: Eleni C’s New Single Tug of War to be Released Next Month

The London based singer’s new single follows on from her previous releases ‘Silent Voices’ and ‘I Don’t give a Damn’. It has been announced that Eleni C’s new single is set to be released on the 12th February. Titled ‘Tug of War’, it has been described as being “nurtured with independent optimism created by bold,… Read More

REVIEW: Accents by Ensemble K

This debut album from Ensemble K, led by conductor Simone Menezes is a charming collection of music that is elegantly performed. Bringing together pieces of music composed by Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin, Claude Debussy, Aaron Copland, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Sophie Lacaze, this debut album from Ensemble K has great diversity and charming to listen to from… Read More