Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 18th August 2019

Here’s a guide to some of the most popular reads on LLLC this week… Review of Showtune at the Union Theatre: we begun this week with a trip to the Union Theatre to celebrate the music created by Jerry Herman. Featuring some of his best known hits from musicals such as La Cage Aux Folles… Read More


Review Round Up: Dora Maurer, Tate Modern

This year long display of the Hungarian artist’s work is the first exhibition in the UK to explore the diversity of her art. Here’s what the critics had to say about it… The Guardian: **** ” In today’s anxious world, where even a museum on a Sunday afternoon is not a safe space, it’s a… Read More

PREVIEW: On Edge: Living in an Age of Anxiety, Science Gallery London

On display from the 19th September, the Science Gallery London will highlight positive and creative responses to dealing with anxiety. Combining art, design, psychology and neuroscience, On Edge: Living in an Age of Anxiety will bring together work by artists such as Leah Clements, Benedict Drew, Sarah Howe, Ann Lislegaard, Cian McConn, Harold Offeh, Resolve… Read More

PREVIEW: 325 Years, 325 Objects, Bank of England Museum

The Bank of England’s exhibition marks 325 years since the bank opened and will be on display from the 22nd July. 2019 marks the 325th anniversary since the Bank of England opened its doors and to celebrate, the museum will mark the occasion with this major exhibition highlighting the key developments in the Bank’s role… Read More

Review Round Up: Helene Schjerbeck, Royal Academy of Arts

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Royal Academy’s retrospective of Finnish artist. Evening Standard: **** “The exhibition at the back of Burlington House has the gallery space and light to give these works the room that they need: the room of self-portraits is stunning. And what an impression they create. This… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 21st July

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC this week… Review of Games for Lovers at The Vaults: this week saw the official opening of Ryan Craig’s Games for Lovers at The Vaults. Find out what we made of it… Review of Making Noise Quietly: as well as the eagerly anticipated live… Read More

NEWS: British Museum Announces Inspired by the East: How the Islamic world Influenced Western Art Exhibition

The newly announced exhibition will be on display at the museum from the 10th October. The British Museum aims to uncover how Western artists have been inspired by the Islamic world with its upcoming exhibition, created in collaboration with Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) and is set to include a major loan of objects from the… Read More

Twenty Things To Look Forward to in 2020

There have been plenty of exciting announcements about exhibitions, films , theatre productions and book coming up next year – here’s twenty events to look out for! Frozen coming to the West End: having already proven to be a massive hit on Broadway, the musical will be making its way across to London in Autumn… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announce Details of 2020 Exhibition Programme

The Victoria and Albert Museum have announced details of its 2020 exhibition programme. The museum will begin 2020 with Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk which will concentrate on the Kimono and how it has constantly evolved and adapted in the world of fashion. The display is set to uncover the sartorial, aesthetic and social significance of… Read More

Review Round Up: Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life, Tate Modern

Find out what critics made of Tate Modern’s exhibition devoted to the work of the Danish-Icelandic artist. The Observer: **** “It would be hard to think of a more beguiling show than the Olafur Eliasson survey at Tate Modern.” BBC: *** “There’s no doubt he is a very good artist with important things to say.But this… Read More