Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 7th January

Welcome to 2018 everybody! Here’s Love London Love Culture’s first round up of the most popular reads of the year…. 1. Review of Eugenius at the London Palladium:  with the full scale production of this new musical coming to The Other Palace from the 22nd January, discover what Love London Love Culture thought of its first… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 29th October

Missed any exciting theatre news? Missed what Love London Love Culture has been seeing and reviewing this week? Fear not as LLLC rounds up the most popular posts of the week…. 1. The Saatchi Gallery to present Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism exhibition: the most popular piece of news on Love London Love Culture this week is all… Read More

REVIEW: Insignificance, Arcola Theatre

Terry Johnson’s play imagines what would happen if a professor, an actress, a ball player and a senator all met in a hotel room…  Creating an imaginary meeting between four familiar characters (even though they aren’t precisely named…), Terry Johnson’s play is a bit of a puzzler as it explores the science behind relativity, the… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Revival of Terry Johnson’s Insignificance

Casting for the first London revival of Insignificance in 20 years has been announced ahead of the play’s run at the Arcola Theatre from the 18th October.  David Mercateli directs this new London revival of Terry Johnson’s play, which examines the challenges of being known, and of knowing yourself. Insignificance centres on an imagined meeting… Read More

NEWS: Henry Naylor’s Award Winning Play Angel to Play at the Arcola Theatre

Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, it has been announced that Henry Naylor’s play will run at the Arcola Theatre from the 11th September.  Syria, 2014. In the town of Kobane, there’s a siege as fierce as Stalingrad. ISIS, having steam-rollered through Iraq, are expecting to take the town easily.… Read More

NEWS: National Youth Theatre to Present First East End Season this Summer

The National Youth Theatre are set to present five plays as part of its ‘East End’ season at the Arcola Theatre, The Yard Theatre and Wilton’s Music Hall.  Running throughout the summer and featuring 97 young actors from across the UK, the National Youth Theatre’s first ever East End season will see five productions by… Read More

NEWS: CASA to Mark 10th Anniversary with Eight Week Latin American festival

For its 10th anniversary celebrations, CASA has announced that it will be joining forces with two of London’s leading off-West End theatres Southwark Playhouse and Arcola Theatre to present eight weeks of Latin American theatre and culture from the 3rd September.  The festival will open with Sergio Blanco’s highly-acclaimed Thebes Land, playing at the Arcola Theatre from… Read More

Review Round Up: Richard III, Arcola Theatre

RSC Associate Artist Greg Hicks leads the cast as Richard III in Mehmet Ergen’s production for the Arcola Theatre. But what have critics been saying about the production?  The Guardian: **** “Even if this modern-dress version makes no attempt to push the contemporary parallels, it boasts a magnetic central performance from Greg Hicks.” The Stage: ***… Read More

Sneak Peek at… The Pulverised, Arcola Theatre

Officially opening at the Arcola Theatre tonight, production images of Andy Sava’s production have been released.  A quality assurance officer from France, a call centre manager from Senegal, a factory worker from China, and an engineer from Romania. Each leads a life apart, but all work round-the-clock for the same multinational corporation. When work has no… Read More