Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 7th July

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of A Right Royale Tea, Amba Hotel Charing Cross: LLLC paid a visit to this new comedy dining experience to see if Lord and Lady Right were able to raise money to carry out essential repairs on their… Read More

REVIEW: The Bald Prima Donna, Camden People’s Theatre

This utterly bewildering anti- play by Eugene Ionesco is given a lively production but it feels increasingly muddled as the cast try and keep up with the twists and turns in the language it uses. How do you write a review about something that you can’t quite understand yourself? This is the conundrum that I’m… Read More

NEWS: Final Casting Announced for New Production of The Misanthrope

The final casting for David Furlong’s upcoming production of Moliere’s The Misanthrope has been confirmed.  Playing at the Camden People’s Theatre from the 19th June until the 7th July, this new production of Moliere’s 17th century comedy of manners will be performed in English and French on different days. The production is directed by and stars Off West End… Read More

Interview with…Thomas Froy

The writer and director talks to Love London Love Culture about his upcoming production The Sea, playing at the Camden People’s Theatre from the 1st to the 3rd March…  Could you tell me a little bit more about The Sea and what it is about? ‘The Sea’ is about London and loneliness; two things which… Read More

PREVIEW: Brides of Bluebeard, Camden People’s Theatre

The Ruby Dolls bring their fifth full-length show to London’s Camden People’s Theatre and St James Theatre  as part of a UK tour, running from the 13th September until the 22nd October.  Combining cabaret with close-harmony singing, The Ruby Dolls reworks a centuries old folktale for 2016. Examining marriage, death and female curiosity, this is… Read More

REVIEW: Scenes From the End, Camden People’s Theatre

It’s opera – but not quite as you will recognise it, in this one woman performance that examines the different types of grief and how we react to it.  Héloïse Werner’s performance questions what we know and understand about death and grief through opera. But what makes this performance so unique is the way it… Read More

REVIEW: CTRL+ALT+DELETE, Camden People’s Theatre

Emma Packer’s one woman show asks if the very foundation of our society is based on lies? If so what can we do to change it?  It truly is amazing how even one hour in a theatre can really change your perspective of life and society. Emma Packer’s one woman show packs a punch not… Read More

PREVIEW: CTRL +ALT+ DELETE, Camden People’s Theatre

Emma Packer’s play which examines domestic abuse and its reflection on our society is coming to the Camden People’s Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe from the 8th to the 16th August.  Amy Jones from Brixton, is an emotionally charged girl with a strong political heart. Amy challenges the injustices of the world; where… Read More

PREVIEW:The Joke @Camden People’s Theatre

This new play written and starring Will Adamsdale, Brian Logan and Lloyd Hutchinson explores cultural stereotypes as three characters (English, Irish and Scottish) try and escape a joke they don’t want to be in.  After its UK tour, which begins on the 21st April at the Theatre Royal Margate, the show will visit the Camden… Read More

NEWS: UK Tour Announced for Locus Amoenus

Spanish theatre company ATRESBANDES will be bringing their new show Locus Amoenus over for a UK tour, opening at the Bath University Theatre on the 25th January it has been announced. Taking its title from the latin term meaning ‘pleasant place’, the show will explore the idea of paradise through the meeting of three strangers… Read More