Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: Sunday 30th June

Here’s a round up of what Love London Love Culture has been up to this month… Review of Hugh Jackman: the Man. The Music. The Show at The O2: getting the month to an exciting start, Love London Love Culture visited The O2 to see Hugh Jackman’s first world touring show, which saw him performing… Read More

REVIEW: Dark Sublime, Trafalgar Studios

A love letter to 1980s science fiction television, filled with references to show business, science fiction, and fan culture, Dark Sublime asks what happens next. Marianne Hogg (Star Trek alum Marina Sirtis) is the face of Queen Ragana from the short-lived 1980s ITV sci-fi series Dark Sublime. Unavailable on DVD and unlikely to interest Netflix,… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 30th June

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of Radio at the Arcola Theatre: this week we attended the press night for this revival of Al Smith’s play. While it was an excellent production, we felt that it was lacking something to make it extra special…… Read More

REVIEW: On Your Feet! London Coliseum

Filled with charm and fabulous dancing, On Your Feet! is the ultimate feel-good show for the Summer. This vibrant and colourful musical has plenty of energy and personality about it to ensure that a smile is kept on your face from beginning to end – even if the plot feels slightly flimsy in places. Taking… Read More

REVIEW: Fiddler on the Roof, Playhouse Theatre

Trevor Nunn’s glorious revival of this classic musical is wonderfully heartwarming to watch. Since opening at the Menier Chocolate Factory last December, Trevor Nunn’s beautifully authentic production of Fiddler on the Roof is still wonderful to watch unfold as you are drawn into the world of Anatevka and its residents. Set in 1905, the musical… Read More

REVIEW: Radio, Arcola Theatre

A compelling and engaging performance from Adam Gillen can’t quite distract from the meandering nature of Al Smith’s play. Quiet, reflective and thoughtful are three words that automatically spring to mind when leaving the Arcola Theatre after watching Josh Roche’s sincere and heartfelt production of Al Smith’s 2006 play. Radio sees Charlie Fairbanks reflecting on… Read More

REVIEW: It’s Not Really The Apocalypse

This concept album for the new musical has some good ideas but feels as though it needs to vary the style of music slightly more. Telling the story of four friends who wake up with massive hangovers to discover that they are the only ones still left alive, It’s Not Really The Apocalypse is a… Read More

REVIEW: The Favourite by Ophelia Field

There is no denying that Sarah Churchill, the Duchess of Marlbrough was a deeply fascinating personality – but there are times in this biography that focuses too much on the pettiness of her behaviour. With the release of the Oscar winning film of the same title, it seems to have reawakened interest in this sharp,… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 16th June

Here’s a quick guide to what Love London Love Culture has been up to this week… Review of Westlife’s The Twenty Tour at The O2: this week, LLLC got to catch Westlife on their reunion tour, travelling across the UK until the 6th July. There are also a couple of videos on our Youtube channel… Read More

REVIEW: The Twenty Tour, Westlife, The O2

Westlife return to the stage with a surprisingly emotional but ultimately crowd-pleasing show that delights fans. Twenty years ago, Westlife had only just begun their journey to stardom that won them legions of fans. Now back together following a break of several years, they still prove that they have some of the smoothest and heartfelt… Read More