REVIEW: Carmen, King’s Head Theatre

Intimate, romantic and passionate – This modern take on Bizet’s Carmen is an opera you’ll feel you can relate to. When I heard about a modernisation of the classic opera, Carmen, I was a little sceptical. How on earth could the passion of an unruly woman in Spain be translated into modern British culture? British… Read More

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REVIEW: Welcome to the UK, The Bunker Theatre

Hard-hitting, hysterical and obscure, Welcome to the UK provides a voice to the unheard in this brand new piece. Once I had stepped foot into the Bunker Theatre and was enthusiastically handed a raffle ticket before taking my seat surrounded by deflated balloons, I knew I going to be in for a wild ride. Welcome to… Read More

REVIEW: Rosenbaum’s Rescue, Park Theatre

Love London Love Culture’s Emily Schofield paid a visit to the Park  Theatre to catch Kate Fahy’s production.  I sat for a long time trying to work out what to write for this review after I came away from the Park Theatre. It’s not very often that I feel completely lost for words after a show. However, after seeing Rosenbaum’s Rescue, I really struggled to communicate how I felt about this… Read More

REVIEW: Seussical the Musical, Southwark Playhouse

Imaginative, witty and beautiful – Seussical will make you feel like a five year old again. When I walked into the Southwark Playhouse theatre and saw a plethora of bright colours, trees and flowers growing from the walls and stripes galore; I knew that this production of Seussical was going to be something very special… Read More

REVIEW: Victoria’s Knickers, National Youth Theatre, Soho Theatre

Hilarious, dark and cheeky – Victoria’s Knickers is a wonderful example of when history meets contemporary comedy. Josh Azouz’s take on the infamous tale of the man who broke into Buckingham Palace and his affair with the Queen was hysterical, with moments of both intense pain as well as joyous laughter. When the show opened… Read More

REVIEW: Moot Moot, The Yard

Bizarre and unnerving: Moot Moot must be seen to be believed. As the house lights dimmed in the Yard Theatre, little could have prepared me for the unusual and almost creepy experience that awaited me. Moot Moot revolves around two doppelgänger radio show hosts, Barry and Barry, who find themselves in a difficult position when… Read More

REVIEW: Baby, Drayton Arms Theatre

Intimate and endearing; Baby is relatable for people at every stage of their lives. Baby is a musical that tells the story of three couples each facing their own troubles with pregnancy and family. Its contemporary musical sound has been composed by David Shire along with witty lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr, whilst this production… Read More

REVIEW: Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway with Ramin Karimloo, Leicester Square Theatre

Entertaining, witty and welcoming – Seth Rudetsky and Ramin Karimloo present a wonderful night of music and anecdotes in the latest of Rudetsky’s “Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre” series. As a fan of Ramin Karimloo for a number of years, I was thrilled to learn that he would be joining the hilarious and equally talented… Read More

REVIEW: Eugenius!, The Other Palace

Witty, refreshing and unique – Eugenius returns to recapture the hearts of geeks everywhere. Having experienced the previous run of Eugenius earlier this year, I knew exactly what to expect from this heart-warming new musical – and as predicted, I had a lovely time returning to the story I fell in love with before. Eugenius… Read More

REVIEW: Six, Arts Theatre

Funny, upbeat and quintessentially British – Six is the perfect mix of history and pop. Six is a pop concert starring the six Tudor Queens of King Henry VIII. It was written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss and details the lives of the women behind one of the most well known monarchs in British… Read More