Review Round Up: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition celebrates the work of artists whose art explores gender identity. The Guardian: ***** “You can’t fail to be seduced by this show’s glorious assault on all of our assumptions. It shows that gender is mobile because we live in our heads, not our biology.” Time Out: **** “This massive exhibition… Read More

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Review Round Up: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

The author of the acclaimed memoir Eat, Pray, Love, is back with a brand new novel. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: “It would be easy to dismiss City of Girls as joyous escapism, and God knows there’s little enough of that around right now. But look more closely and what you’ll see… Read More

Review Round Up: Wife, Kiln Theatre

Discover what critics made of Indhu Rubasingham’s production playing until the 6th July. The Times: ** “this curious beast in which Ibsen’s Nora is used as a way of examining unsatisfactory marriages, gay and straight, over the period of decades. Adamson uses Nora almost as a lure, dangled before us, making us want to keep… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 9th June 2019

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of Hugh Jackman: The Man. The Music. The Show at The O2: this week, Emma Clarendon was lucky enough to attend one of Hugh Jackman’s shows while he was in London performing songs from The Greatest Showman and… Read More

Review Round Up: She is Coming by Miley Cyrus

The singer is back with a brand new EP- but how has it gone down with critics? Rolling Stone: *** “Just when Miley was looking like the sane one, she’s back with a new EP that’s sure to irritate everyone who’d hoped her writhing, wrecking-ball days were in the past. She Is Coming is an unkempt little… Read More

Review Round Up: Madame X by Madonna

The Queen of Pop is back with her 14th studio album – but what do the critics think of it? The Guardian: **** ” by drawing on the Latin influence of not just reggaeton-crazed recent pop but also her new home base of Lisbon, she has, at 60, produced her most natural-feeling, progressive and original record… Read More

Review Round Up: Rutherford & Son, National Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Polly Findlay’s production starring Roger Allam. The Times: **** “The National Theatre’s oppressive but inspiring revival is far more than a one-man show. Yet it is Roger Allam’s northern powerhouse of a central performance that sets its weather. It is Allam’s huge presence but sure touch… Read More

Review Round Up: Our Town, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Regent Park Open Air Theatre’s revival of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Time Out: *** “Compared to the brilliant US production that ran at the Almeida in 2014, McDougall’s ‘Our Town’ feels chillier and more cerebral – neither of which are bad things, but it doesn’t… Read More

Review Round Up: Anna, National Theatre

Phoebe Fox stars as the title role in this new thriller now playing at the National Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… WhatsOnStage: **** “For those familiar with the Ringhams’ work, this sound technology will be familiar. It is the pairing up with Hickson’s intriguing plot that is more of a departure… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 26th May

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Interview with Fifi Garfield: we chatted to the actress about starring in Horrible Histories Dreadful Deaf, created in partnership with Deafinitely Theatre and touring the UK. Review of Beneath the Blue Rinse: catch up with our review of Glen Walford’s production which… Read More