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

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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

PREVIEW: Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet, Royal Academy of Arts

On display from the 30th June, the Royal Academy will offer a rare opportunity for visitors to see the artist’s work. The Royal Academy of Arts is set to present the first UK exhibition exploring the Swiss artist’s work since 1976, bringing together a number of his  paintings and prints. Comprised of 100 works from… Read More

Review Round Up: Van Gogh & Britain, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s new exhibition explores the connection between Vincent Van Gogh and Britain. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. City Am: **** “But there are some clearer connections to be drawn, enough to satisfyingly make the point that Van Gogh and Britain did indeed intersect. The Prison Courtyard, which depicts jailbirds plodding around… 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

Family Days Out Ideas for the Easter Holidays

Looking for ways to keep the kids amused this Easter break? Here’s some ideas from Love London Love Culture… Take a trip to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour (with coach from Victoria station): does your child love Harry Potter? Then why not immerse yourselves in the wizarding world by taking a look around the sets… Read More

Review Round Up: Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light, National Gallery

The National Gallery’s new exhibition is the first in the UK to focus on the work of Joaquín Sorolla. The Observer: *** “His painting is all effects, and concerned with effects. He is interested in the glint of patent leather, the transparency of gauze over cotton, above all the play of light on all sorts… Read More

PREVIEW: Sea Star: Sean Scully at the National Gallery, National Gallery

The gallery’s exhibition will feature new works by the Irish born artist, on display from the 13th April. Having been inspired by  the national collection and his love of Joseph Mallord William Turner’s painting The Evening Star (about 1830), Sean Scully’s new work highlights his admiration for colour, composition and the power of painting.  Considered to be one… Read More

Review Round Up: Dorothea Tanning, Tate Modern

The Tate Modern’s new exhibition brings together 100 pieces of work from the artist’s seven decade career. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… Culture Whisper: ***** ” Such varied, daring and experimental works makes for an exciting show, the first major one, in fact, for 25 years. It is not to be missed.”… Read More

Review Round Up: The Renaissance Nude, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy’s latest exhibition traces the development of the nude through artists such as Raphael, Michelangelo, Leonardo, Dürer and Cranach. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. The Telegraph: *** “The nude is such an omnipresent fixture in Western art that we tend not to spend time wondering about how and why it… Read More