NEWS: Rachel Redford to Star in World Premiere of A Russian Doll

The production is set to start performances at the Barn Theatre from the 18th May. It has been announced by the Barn Theatre in Cirencester and the Arcola Theatre in London have today announced that Rachel Redford (The Jungle, Gap Year), will star as Masha in the world premiere of Cat Goscovitch’s new one woman play, A Russian Doll. Directed by Nicolas Kent (All The… Read More

Interview With…Matthew Harvey

We chatted to Matthew Harvey about his new song cycle Now Or Never, streaming on demand through the Barn Theatre. For those who haven’t caught Now or Never yet – what is it about? Now or Never is a brand new song cycle all about hope in the face of catastrophe, something that I think… Read More

NEWS: Barn Theatre and Arcola Theatre to Co-Produce the World Premiere of Cat Goscovitch’s A Russian Doll

The Barn Theatre in Cirencester and the Arcola Theatre have confirmed that they will be teaming up to co-produce the world premiere of Cat Goscovitch’s new play.   Directed Nicolas Kent, the new play by Cat Goscovitch is based on a true story and will play at the Barn Theatre from the 18th May until the 13th… Read More

REVIEW: Private Peaceful, Barn Theatre (Online)

Michael Morpugo’s moving story has been wonderfully adapted for the stage to make for engaging viewing no matter their age. Exploring themes such as war, fear and family, Michael Morpugo’s Private Peaceful just like War Horse captures the horror of war in a heartfelt but honest way that is very moving to watch unfold on… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 4th April 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our favourite posts of the week – including interviews and reviews. Interview with John Ellis: we chatted to the West End actor about his album KOPFKINO and having to record it during lockdown. Interview with Rob Drummond: this week saw us also talking to the playwright and performer about… Read More

REVIEW: Now or Never, Barn Theatre (Online)

This new song cycle brims with positivity and hope even when it seems disaster is imminent. The Barn Theatre has certainly been one of the theatres that has been creating and championing new digital content throughout this difficult year with high quality and immensely entertaining productions such as The Picture of Dorian Gray and What… Read More

REVIEW: An Elephant in the Garden, Barn Theatre Online

Based on Michael Morpurgo’s book of the same name, this production is engaging from start to finish.  Capturing the horror and danger of war on ordinary people, Michael Morpurgo’s An Elephant in the Garden is brought vividly to life thorough Simon Reade’s heartwarming adaptation and production that is throroughly engaging to watch unfold. Set against… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for the Barn Theatre’s Now Or Never

The Barn Theatre has today announced casting and creative team for its upcoming livestream of its new song cycle Now Or Never. The song cycle, written by the theatre’s associate artist Matthew Harvey is set to be streamed live on the 1st April at 6.30pm. The show is set to star: Eloise Davies (Be More Chill, Grease),… 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

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 28th February 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of the week including reviews of new musicals and new online adventures… Review of Gatsby: A Musical,Cadogan Hall: this online revival of the musical based on the classic story is only available to watch this weekend – and what a glorious thing it was. The… Read More