NEWS: Digital Production of The Picture of Dorian Gray Extends Run

Tamara Harvey’s production will now be available to watch for an additional two weeks until the 17th April. It has been announced today that due to popular demand, this modern take on Oscar Wilde’s story will now be streaming into April, adding two weeks onto its initial run. Theatr Clwyd’s Artistic Director Tamara Harvey directs Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation… Read More

REVIEW: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Online)

This striking and edgy version of Oscar Wilde’s story acts as a powerful warning about depending too much on social media. Chilling and atmospheric, Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s story gives it a whole new meaning in this contemporary version that focuses on the obsession of being perfect through social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter,… Read More

First Look at…The Picture of Dorian Gray

The production will be available to stream digitally from the 16th to the 31st March. Production images for the upcoming digital production of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray have been released, ahead of the production beginning streamed performances from the 16th March. This new contemporary take on the story has been written by… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Digital Production of The Picture of Dorian Gray

The production is set to be streamed digitally from the 16th to the 31st March. The co-producers of the upcoming production of The Picture of Dorian Gray have announced the cast and creative team. Directed by Tamara Harvey and joining the previously announced Fionn Whitehead in the title role will be: Alfred Enoch as Harry Wotton, Joanna… Read More

REVIEW: What A Carve Up!, Barn Theatre (Online)

What starts as a simple Who Dunnit mystery transforms into a complex and fascinating insight into a family’s deepest and darkest secrets. Based on Jonathan Coe’s novel, What a Carve Up! doesn’t feel like a traditional murder mystery – thanks to Henry Filloux-Bennett’s deeply fascinating and engaging adaptation which keeps the audience guessing right to… Read More

REVIEW: Coriolanus, National Theatre at Home

Josie Rourke’s gripping and compelling production is mesmerising to watch as Coriolanus’s downfall is slowly unveiled.   Goodness what an intense and powerful production of Shakespeare’s tragedy this is. From start to finish, this Donmar Warehouse production directed by Josie Rourke keeps audiences on the edge of their seat with every twist and turn. Returning… Read More

Happy Birthday Love London Love Culture!

It’s been five years since LLLC first started and to celebrate, here’s a guide to some of Emma Clarendon’s favourite reviews, interviews and other features over the last few years! Going to a screening of Mary Poppins Returns: as a huge Disney fan this was a real treat of a day. Not only getting an… Read More

Review Round Up: Tree, Young Vic Theatre

Find out what critics had to say about this production which premiered as part of the Manchester International Festival before its arrival in London. Evening Standard: **** “the visual flair of its staging, strong performances and an excellent Afro-electro soundtrack make up for the glib slightness of the story. What’s more, it begins and ends… Read More

NEWS: Michael Grandage’s Production of Red to be Screened in Cinemas

It has been announced that Michael Grandage’s acclaimed production of John Logan’s Red will be screened in cinemas across the UK and North America on 7 November 2018.  Completing its final week at the Wyndham’s Theatre, the Michael Grandage company has confirmed its production of Red will be screened in selected cinemas across the UK and… Read More

REVIEW: Red, Wyndham’s Theatre

Alfred Enoch and Alfred Molina both shine in this revival of John Logan’s play, now playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre.  Last seen in London at the Donmar Warehouse in 2009, John Logan’s play about the artist Mark Rothko offers a real insight into the artist’s character as well as his approach towards art. In his… Read More