REVIEW: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Chickenshed Theatre (Online)

Filled with fun and adventure, Chickenshed’s 2005 production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland provides plenty of entertainment. If you and your children are in need of some lively and playful entertainment then make sure that you catch the Chickenshed’s production based on Lewis Carroll’s classic story before the 31st January. Filled with heaps of imagination… Read More

REVIEW: The Fabulist Fox Sister, Southwark Playhouse (Online)

This fascinating new musical by Luke Bateman and Michael Conley effortlessly merges history, comedy and music to uncover the story of the Fox sisters – the creation of spiritualism. Back in the 1800’s, three sisters unexpectedly came up with the idea of being able to talk to spirits following a joke that they played on… Read More

REVIEW: Flight Paths, Extant (Online)

This thoughtful, imaginative and accessible production takes audiences into a whole different world. In the last year, a number of theatre companies have adapted their shows to make them suitable for online audiences. Extant Theatre’s online adaptation of its show Flight Paths is a mesmerising, fascinating and imaginative story, inspired by the secret history of… Read More

REVIEW: Nobody is Listening by Zayn

Understated but undeniably sexy, Zayn’s third solo album shows confidence. Arriving with very little fanfare, the former One Direction singer’s new solo album is as understated as its arrival. Filled with songs that really emphasise the direction in which he has decided to take his music in, it is certainly a very sexy album and… Read More

REVIEW: Pandora’s Jar by Natalie Haynes

The writer explores some of the most famous Greek myths – but from the female characters perspectives to offer an engaging contemporary insight. Who knew Beyonce, Star Trek and Orange is the New Black could have relevance to Greek mythology? But with strong knowledge, research and humour, Natalie Haynes examines not only how the female… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series With Kelli O’Hara

The Tony award winning actress joined Seth Rudetsky for an insightful concert that was immensely enjoyable to watch unfold. Having been lucky enough to catch Kelli O’Hara in the critically acclaimed production of The King & I which arrived in London in 2018, I was certainly looking forward to seeing this concert which certainly doesn’t… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th January 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of the week… Review of Accents by Ensemble K: this week, we took a listen to the orchestral group’s debut album which was officially released on Friday. It brings together pieces by the likes of Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin, Claude Debussy and Aaron Copland. We described… Read More

REVIEW: Nutcracker Delights, English National Ballet (Online)

Having had its run of live performances cut short, thank goodness the English National Ballet recorded this gorgeous scaled back festive treat for audiences to enjoy at home. Taking some of the many highlights of Tchaikovsky’s beloved classic The Nutcracker and scaling it back in terms of both dancers and orchestra is not an easy… Read More

REVIEW: Public Domain, Southwark Playhouse (Online)

This brand new musical examines the positives and negatives of social media. Love it or loathe it, social media has certainly helped us all connect with each other over the years – but most particularly given the events of the last twelve months in particular. Having started the show exactly a year ago before the… Read More

REVIEW: Songs for the Drunk and Brokenhearted by Passenger

This new album from Passenger really reflects the emotional turmoil that we are all going through at the moment. Filled with soulful melodies, this new album from Passenger is a thoughtful and heartfelt release that also reflects the emotional side of everything that everyone has been through in the last twelve months. With songs such… Read More