Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week

Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the ten most popular posts of the week so that you can catch up with anything that you have missed… 1. Mark Bruce Company to tour UK with new production of Macbeth in 2018:  it has been confirmed that the company will shed new light on Shakespeare’s play… Read More

New Music: One Night Only, Leading Ladies

The first track from the debut album from Leading Ladies, a group made up of Amber Riley, Beverley Knight and Cassidy Janson.  Taken from the hit musical Dreamgirls, ‘One Night Only’ is the first track to give people a taste of what to expect from the upcoming release of Songs from the Stage from these… Read More

REVIEW: Hansel & Gretel, Pop-Up Opera

Pop-Up Opera’s latest production has plenty of charm and cheekiness about it to make it a fun experience.  The V&A’s Museum of Childhood is not necessarily the first place you would think of to come and see an opera, but Pop-Up Opera specialises in performing operas in unique locations that actually manage to enhance the… Read More

Review Round Up: Aida, English National Opera

The English National Opera brings Verdi’s opera of duty, love and betrayal to the stage, directed by Phelim McDermott. Here, Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews:  The Guardian: *** “There are some musical unevennesses as well, though the evening is blessed by a remarkable central performance from the American soprano Latonia Moore in the… Read More

NEWS: The Simon & Garfunkel Story Extends West End Run

It has been announced that due to popular demand The Simon & Garfunkel Story has announced extra performances in the West End.  The production, which takes audiences through the career of Simon & Garfunkel has now extended performances at the Lyric Theatre into 2018, performing on the 6th November, 4th December 2017, 22nd January, 26th February  & 26th March 2018. Having… Read More

PREVIEW: Planet Tree Music Festival

Running from the 7th to the 26th October, the Planet Tree Music Festival will offer audiences a new way to experience classical music in North London.  Containing a mixture of popular contemporary music and world premiere pieces, the Planet Tree Music Festival encourages audiences to lie down and experience the sound worlds in a new way. Founded… Read More

NEWS: JJ Abrams to join Michael Giacchino at Composer’s 50th Birthday Celebrations

It has been announced that the director will join Michael Giacchino in his first career retrospective, taking place at the Royal Albert Hall on the 20th October.  Marking the composer’s 50th Birthday, the gala  will see Star Trek, Lost and Star Wars: Episode VII director J. J. Abrams and  Abrams and War for the Planet of the Apes filmmaker Matt Reeves join the line… Read More

REVIEW: Hershey Felder: Our Great Tchaikovsky, The Other Palace

Hershey Felder’s one man show wonderfully blends the music of Tchaikovsky with his life story to create a strong biography.  As someone who has learnt to play the piano, this one man piece about the life of Tchaikovsky was as much as hearing some of his wonderful music performed live as much as it was… Read More

REVIEW: Mack & Mabel, London Musical Theatre Orchestra, Hackney Empire

The London Musical Theatre Orchestra made their East London debut with a spectacular and lively performance of Mack and Mabel that thrilled audiences from beginning to end.    Just when you think that the London Musical Theatre Orchestra couldn’t put anymore into their performances, they up their game once again with this wonderful performance of… Read More