Review Round Up: Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Ian McEwan’s latest novel. The Observer: “Machines Like Me manages to combine the dark acidity of McEwan’s great early stories with the crowd-pleasing readability of his more recent work. A novel this smart oughtn’t to be such fun, but it is.” www.independent.ie: “Machines Like Me is… Read More

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NEWS: National Youth Music Theatre Announce 2019 Productions

The National Youth Music Theatre have announced their 2019 Summer productions to be performed at The Other Palace. Heading to The Other Palace for its third consecutive Summer season, details have been unveiled about the National Youth Music Theatre’s 2019 season to help showcase the company’s commitment to provide exceptional opportunities for young people in… Read More

Review Round Up: Sweet Charity, Donmar Warehouse

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Josie Rourke’s final production at the Donmar Warehouse. The Telegraph: **** “A bit like the country at large right now, director Josie Rourke is in a welcome holiday humour.” The FT: **** “Anne-Marie Duff, irresistible as Charity, manages that very difficult task of making niceness work.”… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 21st April

Here’s a few reads that have been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… The Overtures Piano bar announce collaboration with the London Musical Theatre Orchestra: the newly opened piano bar will collaborate with the London Musical Theatre Orchestra for one special evening in which guests can sing along to their favourite musical… Read More

Review Round Up: Faust, Royal Opera House

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for David McVicar’s production. Culture Whisper: **** “Dan Ettinger conducting the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House made chinks in the wall of sound for lovely solo work, and the Royal Opera Chorus gives its best in the big, big numbers.” The Guardian: **** “McVicar’s staging, transposing… Read More

PREVIEW: Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, Victoria and Albert Museum

On display from the 23rd November, the Victoria and Albert Museum will explore how cars have helped to shape the world in which we live. Bringing together a number of cars which have never been displayed in the UK before Cars: Accelerating the Modern World will reveal the stories behind each car and the impact… Read More

NEWS: Tara Theatre Launches All Female Festival I’ll Say it Again

The festival will run from the 30th April until the 1st June. Returning for its second year, Tara Theatre’s I’ll Say It Again festival celebrates women’s voices through theatre, music, comedy and dance across twenty one events. The season of work included will range from focusing on historical figures like the indomitable trade unionist Mary… Read More

NEWS: King’s Head Theatre to Present Double Bill of Tennessee Williams’ Plays

Southern Belles will unite two of Tennsessee Williams’ one act plays to headline the King’s Head Theatre’s 2019 Queer Season. Playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 24th July until the 24th August, these two one act plays will be directed by Jamie Armitage, co-director of the Olivier nominated musical Six, a graduate of… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… Out of Water, Orange Tree Theatre

Rehearsal images have been released ahead of the production’s run at the Orange Tree Theatre. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening…. Playing from the 27th April, this Orange Tree Theatre production presented in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company is based on Zoe Cooper’s latest play. Claire and her wife Kit have moved… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast Announced for Wife at the Kiln Theatre

Full casting has been confirmed for Indhu Rubasingham’s production, playing at the Kiln Theatre from the 30th May. Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham has announced casting for her production of Samuel Adamson’s Wife set to play at the Kiln Theatre from the 30th May until the 6th July. Rubasingham is set to direct Richard Cant (Peter/Ivar at… Read More