REVIEW: Pompeii Live, British Museum

The museum’s first cinema live event of its 2013 exhibition Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum is available to watch for free on Youtube. Having been to Pompeii years ago and missed out on seeing this exhibition for myself, it is fantastic to see that the British Museum is allowing people to experience its… Read More

NEWS: Tower Bridge Announces Online Exhibition Making the Bridge Sing

The London landmark has brought its Making the Bridge Sing exhibition online for the first time. It has been announced that the exhibition which opened at Tower Bridge in January is available to view online to families, history buffs and Londoners for the very first time. The exhibition brings to life the world of Hannah Griggs,… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces Extension of Titian: Love Desire, Death Exhibition

The exhibition was only open for three days before the gallery was closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. It has been announced that the National Gallery’s Titian: Love, Desire, Death will reopen to the public when the gallery opens its doors thanks to the generosity of its partners and lenders, having originally set to close… Read More

Culture Available Online: Wednesday 27th May

As you are probably aware by now, here at Love London Love Culture we have a bit of an obsession with the arts. With so many venues closed at the moment, here’s a selection of some of the cultural things you can catch at the moment…. The Enchanted Interior exhibition at the Guildhall art gallery… Read More

REVIEW: Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk, Victoria and Albert Museum (Curator’s Tour-online)

Having opened only weeks before the coronavirus pandemic, the Victoria and Albert’s exhibition exploring the history of the kimono has been transformed into an online exhibition. If you didn’t get a chance to visit the V&A’s latest exhibition before the lockdown started, then this online curator’s tour split into five episodes is a must-watch –… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th May 2020

Here’s a guide to some of what LLLC has been covering in the last week in case you missed anything… Review of Blackeyed Theatre’s production of Jane Eyre: having had to cancel its international tour early, Blackeyed Theatre kindly shared a recorded version of the production through the company’s Youtube channel. This is the last… Read More

NEWS: BBC and WOW Announce Online Women Of The World Festival

The online festival will take place on the 16th and 17th May. The WOW Foundation has today announced it will be collaborating with with BBC Arts, as part of its Culture in Quarantine initiative, to curate a brand new digital Women of the World festival online. Taking place this weekend, the WOWxBBC Festival – the first ever Women… Read More

REVIEW: BP Portrait Award Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery (Online)

For the first time, the National Portrait Gallery has made its annual BP Portrait Award exhibition available to view online. As diverse as ever, the BP Portrait Award exhibition is chance to show just how portrait painting can express many different topics and emotions through different styles. Despite the fact that this year people can… Read More

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

Here’s our weekly guide to some of the most read posts on LLLC this week. Review of National Theatre production of Frankenstein: perhaps unsurprisingly given the popularity of the production when it was experienced live, this is LLLC’s most read post of the week. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, this powerful version of… Read More

REVIEW: Picasso and Paper, Royal Academy of Arts (Online)

Having set to close at the Royal Academy of Arts in April, the exhibition is still available to view online. It would be fair to say that over the years the public has been spoilt with Picasso exhibitions. But with this one at the Royal Academy of Arts, it finds a refreshingly unique approach to… Read More