Inside the Rehearsals of…Bring it On, Southwark Playhouse

Rehearsal images have been released for the British Theatre Academy’s production of Bring It On, playing at the Southwark Playhouse from the 2nd August. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening…. (c)Eliza Wilmot. Based on the hit film and featuring an original story by Tony Award winner, Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), music and lyrics by Tony… Read More

NEWS: Cast Change Announced for Broken Wings

It has been announced that Nikita Johal will step into the role of  Selma in the upcoming production of Broken Wings at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.  Having recently played the lead role of Wendla in the acclaimed “Spring Awakening” at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre, it has been announced that Nikita Johal will replace Hiba Elchikhe (Princess Jasmine in the Australian production… Read More

First Look At…Spamilton: An American Parody at the Menier Chocolate Factory

Production images have been released for Spamilton: An American Parody which is in previews at the Menier Chocolate Factory.  Following the success of Forbidden Broadway, Alessandrini returns to the Menier to lampoon the multi-award-winning Hamilton, with Spamilton: An American Parody, which not only takes target at Broadway’s biggest export, but a host of the theatre… Read More

REVIEW: The King and I, London Palladium

Bartlett Sher’s production of this classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is a real treat for the eyes and the ears.  It was really difficult not to dance the entire way home after watching this gloriously beautiful production that is a visual treat from beginning to end. The King and I might feature many ideas that… Read More

REVIEW: Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again

Laughter, fun and tears are the name of the game in this surprisingly touching sequel to the original.  Exactly ten years ago, Mamma Mia! first hit the big screen, now audiences are whisked back for more fun and laughter in this hilarious and spirited sequel that is divided into two different parts. The first concentrates… Read More

Five Minutes with…Drew Baker

Drew Baker spoke to Love London Love Culture about Theatrical Rights Worldwide’s new project The British Musicals Collection.  Hi Drew, could you explain a bit more about what you hope to achieve with The British Musicals Collection?  As a company TRW is hugely passionate about discovering new titles and nurturing composers and Writers. My hope for… Read More

Six Musicals That NEED to Come to London…

Broadway seems to be the place to go at the moment for new musicals – here Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon picks six that will hopefully make it across…  1. Anastasia – the 1997 film was a firm favourite of mine, not least because it featured beautiful songs such as ‘Once Upon a December’. Now… Read More

NEWS: Joshua McTaggart to Step Down as Artistic Director of The Bunker Theatre

It has been announced that Joshua McTaggart will step down as Artistic Director of The Bunker Theatre in September. Joshua McTaggart is stepping down from his role as Artistic Director to become the Artistic Director and CEO of the Chelsea Theatre, in West London, and from September will oversee a major capital redevelopment project. Meanwhile, David Ralf will… Read More

NEWS: Quentin Dentin Announces Debut Album

Following on from starring in his own musical show The Quentin Dentin Show, Quentin Dentin will be releasing his debut album this September.  Featuring music and lyrics by Henry Carpenter, the album is produced by Paul Garred, co-founder of The Kooks and is available to pre-order on iTunes and will be available from the 14th September. Talking about the… Read More

NEWS: West End & Broadway Star Ramin Karimloo to Headline Three Concerts at Leicester Square Theatre

It has been confirmed that the Love Never Dies and The Phantom of The Opera star will return to London this October for Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre concert series.  The three concerts taking place on the 5th and 6th of October are the latest in the Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre series, which began… Read More