REVIEW: Party Skills For The End Of The World, Shoreditch Town Hall

Thomas Froy reviews Nigel Barrett & Louise Mari’s genre defying immersive experience at the Shoreditch Town Hall.  Sometimes, plays have clear beginnings and endings. Sometimes, plays are ambiguous. Sometimes, it’s not even clear it’s a play. Some plays are quite easy to review. You can talk about the set, the acting and the overall themes. There may… Read More

Review Round Up: The Shape of Water

Sally Hawkins stars in Guillermo del Toro’s romantic fantasy film, out in UK cinemas now. Here’s what critics have been saying…  The Guardian: **** “The Shape of Water is probably Del Toro’s best film so far.” Irish Times: **** “The Shape of Water still works well on its own middle-stump terms. It’s a lovely thing. We… Read More

NEWS: Iris Theatre Announces Details of Open-Air Summer Season

The theatre company will return to St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden this summer.   Details for Iris Theatre’s summer open-air theatre season in the middle of Covent Garden have been confirmed, running from the 20th June until the 2nd September. Opening the theatre company’s 2018 season at St Paul’s Church will be a new production… Read More

REVIEW: Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, Rose Theatre

Newly adapted by David Edgar, this new production of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde has plenty of chilling moments but doesn’t quite make a strong enough impact overall.  This classic story by Robert Louis Stevenson is brought to life once more in Kate Saxon’s atmospheric and chilling production – which is let down by David… Read More

NEWS: Jermyn Street Theatre Announces The Reaction Season

The Jermyn Street Theatre has announced details of its upcoming four month The Reaction season to be formed of fifteen plays and musicals.  The Jermyn Street Theatre has confirmed details of its third season which will include fifteen plays and musicals presented across four months. Running from the 10th April until the 18th August, the… Read More

NEWS: Royal Albert Hall to Celebrate John Williams’ Sixty Years in Film

The Royal Albert Hall has announced it will celebrate John Williams’ sixty years in movies with a special celebration in 2018, including Films in Concert presentations of five of his finest works, alongside a rare London performance from the maestro himself, conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. As well as a special appearance by the composer himself (his… Read More

Interview with… Danyah Miller

Danyah Miller has adapted Michael Morpurgo’s I Believe in Unicorns for the stage, which plays at the Polka Theatre in Wimbledon from the 14th to the 18th February. She spoke to Love London Love Culture about adapting the beloved author’s story.  Hi Danyah thank you so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. When did… Read More

PREVIEW: Bitchelors, Soho Theatre

It has been announced that Anna Morris (ITV2’s Bad Bridesmaid ) will bring her show to the Soho Theatre from the 19th to the 21st March. Bitchelors sees the award-winning character comedian playing five very different characters four contestants at a fictitious Woman of The Year Awards and the host – Morris’s infamous Bridezilla creation Georgina (as… Read More

First Glimpse of… My Beautiful Circus, Giffords Circus

Ahead of touring the UK with My Beautiful Circus, Giffords Circus performed a show in the Sackler Courtyard at the  V&A Museum yesterday.  Yesterday both children and adults visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum got an unexpected surprise as the renowned Giffords Circus put on a show in Sackler Courtyard, V&A Museum, giving guests a taster of what to expect… Read More

NEWS: National Trust and The National Archives Announce New Project Suffragette City

The National Trust and The National Archives have announced a new project to re-create the life of a Suffragette activist in the years before the partial grant of the vote to women in 1918.  Surveillance photographs of Suffragettes imprisoned in Holloway. The National Archives Catalogue Reference: AR 1/528 Suffragettes 11-18, 1914.  Taking place at the WSPU Café,… Read More