Review Round Up: Blindness, Donmar Warehouse

The Donmar Warehouse has opened its doors to present a socially distanced sound installation based on José Saramago’s novel. WhatsOnStage: **** “The adaptation cannot entirely escape the flaws of the novel; having had one brilliant idea Saramago it seems to me that he struggles to make enough of it. What is utterly transfixing, however, is… Read More

NEWS: Donmar Warehouse to Temporarily Reopen in August

The theatre has announced it reopen temporarily for socially distanced sound installation. The Donmar Warehouse has announced that it will be open its doors temporarily  for a socially distanced sound installation titled Blindness based on José Saramago’s novel, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Walter Meierjohann. As the lights change at a major crossroads… 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

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Streaming Picks of the Week: Monday 1st June

For those who are missing the theatre, here’s a guide to some productions you will be able to watch this week… Random Selfies, Brixton House Theatre (4th June, 3.30pm): as part of its House to House project, the newly named Brixton House Theatre (formerly the Ovalhouse Theatre) delves into its archives to present Mike Kenny’s… Read More

Online Theatre Streams Need to Look Out For…

Here’s a guide to some theatre productions which are going to be streaming for a limited time over the next few weeks… This House, National Theatre at Home: available to watch from the 28th May at 7pm until the 4th June, James Graham’s play enjoyed two runs at the National Theatre as well as a… Read More

Review Round Up: Far Away, Donmar Warehouse

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Donmar’s revival of Caryl Churchill’s play. Time Out: **** “The highest praise you can say about this production is that Turner has made the play work – she hasn’t so much interpreted ‘Far Away’ as summoned it from the plane of Churchill’s imagination.” Culture Whisper: **** “Far… Read More

Review Round Up: Appropriate, Donmar Warehouse

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Ola Ince’s production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s play.  WhatsOnStage: **** “Dolan is just extraordinary as Toni, so cruel and foul you loathe her, but never losing sight of the sadness behind her anger and Mackintosh similarly captures the boiling emotion behind Bo’s urbane surface, all twitches and… Read More

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 Round Up: Europe, Donmar Warehouse

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Michael Longhurst’s production. The Telegraph: **** “The EU referendum – with all its attendant political ructions – has arguably made it more imperative than ever to shine a theatrical light on the state of the continent. But does dusting down a work from a quarter century… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast Announced for Europe at the Donmar Warehouse

Michael Longhurst will direct the 25th anniversary revival as his first production as Artistic Director of the Donmar Warehouse. Playing at the Donmar Warehouse from the 20th June, full casting has been confirmed for the revival of David Greig’s play. Joining the previously announced Billy Howle, Kevork Malikyan (Sava), Faye Marsay, Stephen Wight and Shane… Read More