NEWS:Stage Traffic Productions to Present European Premiere of A Guide for the Homesick

It has been announced that Ken Urban’s new play will make its European debut at the Trafalgar Studios from the 16th October.  Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle, A guide for the Homesick is set to star Douglas Booth and Clifford Samuel. A tender and bittersweet play about conscience and connection. Teddy is searching for a friend for the night.… Read More

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Interview with… Sara Joyce

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about the upcoming West End transfer of Milly Thomas’ Dust .  Hi Sara, thanks so much for talking to me. How are you feeling about the transfer? Oh I’m so excited. It’s cool isn’t it? I feel really lucky we get to do the show again and see… Read More

Interview with…Michael Griffiths

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to cabaret star Michael Griffiths about his upcoming London shows.  Hi Michael thanks so much for talking to me. What can audiences expect from your London shows? My shows are all affectionate tributes to artists whom I admire greatly. Audiences can expect to hear songs they know but reimagined, stripped back and with stories… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Iris Theatre’s Arabian Nights

Casting has been confirmed for Iris Theatre’s upcoming production of Arabian Nights playing at the Hoxton Hall from the 12th September.  Bringing to life the Arabian Nights in Daniel Winder’s production will be Izzy Jones, Maya Britto,Ikky Elyas, Sharon Singh, Hemi Yeroham and Pravessh Rana. Iris Theatre’s production will see the Hoxton Hall transformed into the ancient… Read More

REVIEW: The Greek Escape by Karen Swan

Karen Swan’s latest book is filled with plenty of glamour and intrigue with a hint of romance to create a story which simmers with tension throughout.  For anyone looking for an easy going but intriguing story that combines tragedy, heartache and corruption in one book could do a lot worse than reading this entertaining new… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…Dishoom!

Rehearsals have begun for Dishoom! which opens at the Watford Palace Theatre from the 12th September.  Summer 1978, Simon and his friends should be looking forward to leaving school, but the National Front are on the streets, Simon’s Bibi is ashamed of him and his Dad spends his life hiding in the pub. When Simon’s… Read More

REVIEW: Spiders, Tristan Bates Theatre

Love London Love Culture’s Kirsty Herrington reviews Spiders playing at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe.  The title might suggest otherwise, but thankfully Spiders isn’t a stage version of 1980s film Arachnophobia. Although the play, performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe, does refer to the… Read More

PREVIEW: British Watercolours: From the Collection of BNY Mellon, Royal Academy of Arts

On display from the 25th September, the Royal Academy of Arts will present twenty five British watercolours and drawings from BNY Mellon’s corporate art collection.  Displayed in the Tennant Gallery, the exhibition will feature works  from BNY Mellon’s corporate art collection which were created in the first hundred years of the Royal Academy’s existence between 1770-1870 and  has been… Read More

NEWS: Bat Out Of Hell Announces Sing Along Performances

Producers of Bat Out of Hell have confirmed five performance dates where the audience will be allowed to sing along with the cast.  The dates for the sing along performances are: Tuesday 28 August, Tuesday 25 September, Wednesday 31 October, Tuesday 27 November and Monday 31 December. It has also been confirmed that n Halloween and… Read More

NEWS: The Cause Launches Costa Del Tottenham

To celebrate summer, The Cause has announced it will be offering people a chance for a little break from the craziness of London with Costa Del Tottenham.  Featuring London’s first outdoor swimming pool next to a club, Costa Del Tottenham is a new London experience that will include plenty of pool parties, DJ’s, live bands and… Read More