Love London Love Culture’s Show Picks of the Week: Monday 9th March

Here’s LLLC’s guide to some of the must-book tickets at the moment… Pretty Woman the Musical, Piccadilly Theatre: it may have divided the critics but Love London Love Culture loved the music and the way in which this classic film was presented on stage. Danny Mac and Aimie Atkinson made the perfect chemistry for Edward… Read More

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Review Round Up: Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum examines the history of the car and its role in the world in which we live. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Observer: **** “This one does a good job of navigating the difficult territory between piston-engine porn and climate apocalypse. It doesn’t try to draw conclusions… Read More

Interview with…Celinde Schoenmaker & Ramin Karimloo

It’s a sunny bank holiday Monday and West End stars Ramin Karimloo and Celinde Schoenmaker are in rehearsals for the UK premiere concert production of Doctor Zhivago taking place at Cadogan Hall on the 1st September. They kindly took a break to talk about the show and what audiences can expect… How long have you… Read More

NEWS: Death of A Salesman to Transfer to Piccadilly Theatre

Following a sold out run at the Young Vic Theatre, its been confirmed that Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell’s production will play at the Piccadilly Theatre from the 24th October. Elliott & Harper Productions and Cindy Tolan have confirmed that the Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell’s co-directed production of Arthur Miller’s play will transfer to the West End this… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for The View Upstairs

The production will play at the Soho Theatre from the 18th July. It has been announced that Andy Mientus, Declan Bennett, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, Cedric Neal and John Partridge will star in the European premiere of The View Upstairs when it plays at the Soho Theatre from the 18th July. They will be joined on stage… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Ticket Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th March

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s weekly theatre guide to the must book to see shows in London at the moment. Waitress, Adelphi Theatre: opening to sweeter than pie reviews, Waitress is the new must-see musical in London that is proving just as popular with audiences as it is with critics. Starring Katherine McPhee and Marisha… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 10th March

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular this week on LLLC… Review of the UK touring production Rocky Horror Show at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking: while it has been a quiet week in terms of theatre reviews, LLLC managed to catch this hilarious and lively production while it was visiting Woking… Read More

NEWS: Witness for the Prosecution Extends Run into 2020

New tickets have been released for the production’s continuing run at London’s County Hall. Now booking until the 29th March 2020, the news means that site-specific production will now be running into its third year at the London County Hall . The production directed by Lucy Bailey will see  Carolin Stolz (Shetland, Emmerdale) playing Romaine Vole, Lewis Cope (Billy… Read More

Review Round Up: Franz West, Tate Modern

Tate Modern’s latest exhibition highlights how the artist became an important figure in European art. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. City Am: “It’s great fun from start to finish, painting a vivid picture of West’s singular mind and wicked sense of humour.” The Upcoming: **** “While it is often cheeky and playful,… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Little Miss Sunshine

Casting for the European premiere of the musical has been confirmed.  Playing at the Arcola Theatre from the 21st March, this new production directed by Arcola’s Artistic Director Mehmet Ergen is set to star: Laura Pitt-Pulford as Sheryl, the matriarch of the eccentric Hoover family, Olivier award winner Gary Wilmot as Grandpa, Gabriel Vick as Sheryl’s husband Richard, two-time Olivier nominee Paul Keating as Sheryl’s brother Frank and Sev Keoshgerian as Sheryl’s son Dwayne. The role… Read More