Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 19th November

Here’s a guide to this week’s most popular reads on Love London Love Culture… 1. Review round up for Network, now playing at the National Theatre: Bryan Cranston and Michelle Dockery stars in Lee Hall’s adaptation of Network. But what have critics had to say about it? Find out here. 2. Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre: following… Read More

REVIEW: Songs from the Stage by Leading Ladies

This debut album showcases the vocal talents of three talented singers with the help of a strong selection of songs.  Filled with warmth, personality and fabulous songs, the Leading Ladies have created a wonderful album that really captures all of their vocal strengths perfectly. As well as featuring songs from musicals that they have starred… Read More

REVIEW: The Dark Room, Theatre503

Angela Betzien’s psychological thriller is chillingly brought to life in Audrey Sheffield’s haunting production.  Having won Best New Australian Play at the Sydney Theatre Awards, The Dark Room is making its UK premiere at Theatre503 – a theatre which celebrates new writers and the work that they produce. By showcasing Angela Betzien’s play, Theatre503 has… Read More

REVIEW: Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre

Howard Brenton’s adaptation of Strindberg’s play is sharp and observant in which the tension is carefully built up in Tom Littler’s production.  August Strindberg’s play is one that continues to fascinate directors and adaptors with its passionate speeches as well as its focus on class and sex. But given the numerous adaptions and stagings it… Read More

REVIEW: Spamalot, New Victoria Theatre

Based on Monty Python’s 1975 film, this musical captures the spirit of the original material – but also shows just how dated some of the humour is.  Adapted from the original Monthy Python and the Holy Grail film that is considered to be one of the best Monty Python films, Spamalot really captures the spirit… Read More

REVIEW: Aladdin, Prince Edward Theatre

Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the Prince Edward Theatre to see this beloved Disney classic brought to life.    How can it possibly be 25 years since the classic Disney film of Aladdin was released? No  matter how many times you watch the film it feels as though it has only been… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 12th November

Missed anything that Love London Love Culture covered this week? Worry not as LLLC rounds up the most popular reads of the week… 1. As You Like it, Richmond Theatre: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to Richmond Theatre to see the touring production of Shakespeare’s comedy, created by Shared Experience and Theatre By the Lake.… Read More

REVIEW: As You Like it, Richmond Theatre

Shared Experience‘s colourful and playful production of Shakespeare’s comedy has plenty of energy and enthusiasm to keep the audience entertained.  This Shared Experience and Theatre By the Lake production really throws everything at this vibrant and joyous production which makes the most of the playful and silliness of Shakespeare’s play. From music and dance elements… Read More

REVIEW: Harry Potter: A History of Magic, British Library

Marking the 20th anniversary since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was published, the British Library explores the real life history behind the magic of the Harry Potter novels.  “There was a lot more to magic, as Harry quickly found out, than waving your wand and saying a few funny words” – and so it… Read More