REVIEW: Cyrano de Bergerac, Playhouse Theatre

Jamie Lloyd’s stripped back but immensely enjoyable production, highlights the power of language thanks to Martin Crimp’s engaging adaptation. For this contemporary and lively version of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, Jamie Lloyd and Martin Crimp capture just how this story is still relevant for audiences today in an imaginative way that is still emotionally… Read More

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REVIEW: Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years by Julie Andrews

In this second instalment of her memoirs, Julie Andrews focuses on her work in Hollywood, told in an engaging and warm style. When you think of Julie Andrews, there are certain images that spring to mind,such as her performances in Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music or Thoroughly Modern Millie. So it is a real… Read More

REVIEW: My Life With Michael – 10 Years of Thriller Live! By Gary Lloyd

Providing great insight into the world of creating one of the West End’s longest running shows, Gary Lloyd’s autobiographical book is a must-read. In the decade since he passed away, Michael Jackson’s life has been scrutinised and filled with controversy – but there is no denying the impact his music has had on generations of… Read More

REVIEW: Troy: Myth and Reality, British Museum

The British Museum’s epically sized exhibition is as exhausting as it is exhilarating. This epic new exhibition at the British Museum is richly detailed and vibrantly brings to life the extraordinary story of Troy both from a mythological perspective while examining whether the city really existed. Starting with the mythological side of the exhibition, visitors… Read More

REVIEW: An Act of God, The Vaults

David Javerbaum’s hilarious comedy effectively brings the ten commandments into the 21st century. Want to understand God and the bible in a whole new way? While that is a question I never thought I would ask but it is quite necessary as this razor sharp comedy by David Javerbaum proves, as God re-examines the ten… Read More

REVIEW: White Christmas, Dominion Theatre

Nikolai Foster’s elegant production is a wonderful early Christmas present in the West End. Last seen on stage at the Leicester Curve Theatre last year, Nikolai Foster’s warmhearted and brilliantly staged production of White Christmas has made its way to the West End and what a Christmas treat it is. Based on the 1954 film… Read More

REVIEW: Last Christmas

This refreshing festive film is certainly one of the most poignant and touching films to be released near Christmas in recent years. Inspired by George Michael’s famous and beloved Christmas song, Last Christmas is a surprisingly touching and increasingly charming film that really reflects what is going on in today’s society. Emilia Clarke plays Kate… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 24th November 2019

Here’s this weeks guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC including news, reviews and interviews… Interview with Joseph Potter: the actor chatted to us about making his stage debut in this new production of Bernard Shaw’s Candida at the Orange Tree Theatre. Review of Spectrum by Westlife: this week we took a listen… Read More

REVIEW: Masterplan 25: Iconic and Unseen Photographs of Oasis, h Club

Offering a fascinating insight into the work of Michael Spencer Jones and the time he spent with Oasis, this exhibition is a must-see. Although he has worked with artists such as Suede and The Verve in helping them create numerous album covers, it is his work with Oasis that is probably Michael Spencer Jones’s most… Read More

REVIEW: & Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre

This lively and empowering new musical is entertaining from start to finish. Who would have thought that if you were to put a selection of songs written and co-written by Max Martin plus a 2019 reinterpretation Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet you would end up with something so empowering and entertaining? On paper perhaps it would… Read More