Review Round Up: An Evening With an Immigrant, Bridge Theatre

The Bridge Theatre present Inua Ellams’ play as part of its repertoire of one person plays during September and October. WhatsOnStage: *** “The fact that he can talk about it all with such humour, warmth and gentle defiance, is a triumph of the human spirit as well as of a poetic soul.” The Arts Desk:… Read More

Review Round Up: Beat the Devil, Bridge Theatre

We round up the reviews for David Hare’s new monologue performed by Ralph Fiennes at the Bridge Theatre. The Guardian: *** “There are dates, statistics and medical science, all powerfully delivered by Fiennes, who magically animates the stage, though he barely moves on it. The monologue has the urgency and passion of recently lived experience… Read More

NEWS: Bridge Theatre Announces Plans to Reopen

The venue has announced a programme of socially distanced shows during September and October, using the Bridge’s flexible auditorium to provide 250 socially distanced seats. In a statement, the London theatre said: “As you’ll know, the Government is embarked on a phased return for the performing arts. We are hoping that we will get the… Read More

REVIEW: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bridge Theatre (Online)

This festival inspired version of A Midsummer Night’s dream is beautifully playful. Enhancing the magic and dreamy qualities of the play, Nicholas Hytner’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful two hours of comedy, love and misunderstandings. There is no denying that this is one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays and it is… Read More

Review Round Up: A Number, Bridge Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Bridge Theatre’s production of Caryl Churchill’s play starring Roger Allam and Colin Morgan. The Independent: **** ” Caryl Churchill’s A Number, which tackles the very modern debate over cloning and genetics, is revamped by Polly Findlay in a brief and unsettling performance at the Bridge.” WhatsOnStage: ****… Read More

NEWS: Alex Jennings to Star in The Southbury Child

The production will run at the Bridge Theatre from the 22nd April. It has been announced that Alex Jennings is set to make his Bridge Theatre debut in the world premiere of Stephen Beresford’s new play The Southbury Child. This production sees Alex Jennings reuniting with director Nicholas Hytner who has previously directed him in Hymn and Cocktail… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Year in Review: 2019

We round up the year with a selection of the most popular reads on LLLC in 2019. Review of The Lost Love Speakeasy: taking place in May this year, we went along to experience a lovely 1920’s style immersive experience in (of course) a secret location. Complete with a meal inspired by the flavours of… Read More

Review Round Up: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Bridge Theatre

We round up the reviews for Sally Cookson’s production now playing at the Bridge Theatre. Exeunt Magazine: “It’s the delight in being able to see the effort which goes into heaving a glorious vision to its feet, the collective power of an ensemble at work. At its best, watching it is akin to tucking into… Read More

NEWS: Bridge Theatre Announces New Shows

The Bridge Theatre has announced four new shows heading to the venue in 2020. Four new productions have been announced for the Bridge Theatre, scheduled to run until April 2021. It has been announced that Polly Findlay will direct Roger Allam and Colin Morgan in Caryl Churchill’s play A Number, which will run at the theatre from the 14th February until the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 10th November

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week including reviews of Sydney and the Old Girl at the Park Theatre and Reputation at The Other Palace. Preview: Masterplan 25: The Oasis Photographs, h Club Gallery: to celebrate the 25th anniversary since the release of Oasis’s debut album,… Read More