REVIEW: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre

Now in its third year at the Criterion Theatre, Mischief Theatre’s third show is still as lively and funny as ever. Laughter is supposed to be the best kind of medicine available and there is no doubting Mischief Theatre’s ability to make people not only laugh but offer escapism from the negativity of the world… Read More

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Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: March 2019

Here’s a few reads on Love London Love Culture that have proved particularly popular in March… Review of The Project at the White Bear Theatre: this month Emily Schofield paid a visit to the White Bear Theatre to catch Anthony Shrubshall’s production of Ian Buckley’s play. Review of Rocky Horror Show at New Victoria Theatre:… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 31st March

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC this week… Interview with Kalungi Ssebandeke: the actor chatted to us about his current role in Blood Knot, playing at the Orange Tree Theatre until the 20th April. Interview with Adam Nichols: still proving popular on LLLC is Emma Clarendon’s interview with the director,… Read More

REVIEW: Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, Victoria and Albert Museum

This sleek and sophisticated exhibition offers a fascinating insight into the world of Christian Dior and how the brand has evolved over the years. Stunningly creative and beautiful to wonder around, the Victoria and Albert Museum have once again raised the bar when it comes to their fashion exhibitions with this celebration of Christian Dior… Read More

REVIEW: Grief is the Thing with Feathers, The Barbican

Based on award-winning novel by Max Porter, Grief is the Thing with Feathers premiered in Galway last year. Now this tale of loss and grief, adapted for the stage and directed by Enda Walsh, arrives at the Barbican for its London run. Produced by Wayward Productions Grief is the Thing with Feathers is a story… Read More

REVIEW: Fiddler on the Roof, Playhouse Theatre

Trevor Nunn’s extraordinary production of Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s classic musical makes a delightful transfer to the Playhouse Theatre. Aside from the beauty of Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s beautiful score, it is a shame to see just how painfully relevant Fiddler on the Roof is in terms of prejudice and persecution towards those… Read More

REVIEW: Calendar Girls, New Victoria Theatre

While initially slow to start, Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical beautifully draws the audience into the story and the lives of the calendar girls. Funny, genuinely touching and a whole lot of fun are just a few ways to describe this delightfully witty musical from Gary Barlow and Tim Firth that was warmly received… Read More

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

Here’s a guide to what Love London Love Culture has been sharing this week… Review of Goodbye Norma Jeane at Above the Stag Theatre: this week saw LLLC paying our first visit to Above the Stage Theatre in Vauxhall to catch this production of Liam Burke’s nostalgic and entertaining play. Interview with Adam Nichols: this… Read More

REVIEW: Goodbye Norma Jeane, Above the Stag

Nostalgic and entertaining, Liam Burke’s play shines a wonderful light on the career of Jack Cole. You might not be familiar with the name Jack Cole, but you will certainly recognise some of his work in classic films such as ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ and ‘There’s No Business Like Show Business’ – which is highlighted in… Read More

REVIEW: My White Best Friend and Other Letters Left Unsaid, Bunker Theatre

LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington paid a visit to the Bunker Theatre to catch this festival of letters. My White Best Friend (And Other Letters Left Unsaid) is not your average piece of theatre. Writer Rachel De-Lahay and director Milli Bhatia commissioned eleven writers to produce letters exploring race and class, to be read by a series… Read More