Interview With…Tori Allen-Martin and Sarah Henley

Emma Clarendon chatted to Tori Allen-Martin and Sarah Henley about their new not-for-profit organisation, Burn Bright. Hi Sarah and Tori, I hope you’re both keeping well. Could you explain more about your organisation Burn Bright? Burn Bright is a not for profit organisation which aims to level the playing field in as many ways aspossible for writers… Read More

REVIEW: Going The Distance by Jonathan Antoine

The Britain’s Got Talent star is back with a brand new album that perfectly showcases the range of his vocals. It is hard to believe on listening to this album that Jonathan Antoine is only 25 given the strength and maturity of his voice that is given plenty of opportunity to shine. Having first been… Read More

Interview With… Laura Harling

The Artistic Director of Longfield Hall talks to us about the recently announced Lockdown Live season. For those who don’t know what can we expect from Longfield Hall’s Lockdown Live? The Lockdown Live season will house four very different evenings of entertainment, tailored to be shown live online, fully embracing the nature of the ’digital’… Read More

REVIEW: Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk, Victoria and Albert Museum (Curator’s Tour-online)

Having opened only weeks before the coronavirus pandemic, the Victoria and Albert’s exhibition exploring the history of the kimono has been transformed into an online exhibition. If you didn’t get a chance to visit the V&A’s latest exhibition before the lockdown started, then this online curator’s tour split into five episodes is a must-watch –… Read More

REVIEW: Captain Wentworth’s Diary By Amanda Grange

This lovely retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion from the perspective of Captain Wentworth adds extra depth to this romantic story. Filled with warmth and affection, Amanda Grange shows a great understanding and respect for Jane Austen’s Persuasion in this charming version of the story. Filling in the gaps in the story – in particular the… Read More

REVIEW: Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell

Moving effortlessly between the past and present, Maggie O’Farrell’s novel is a vivid portrait of Shakespeare’s family life. Taking some of the focus off playwright William Shakespeare and shining a light on his family life, Maggie O’Farrell’s profound novel beautifully intertwines the past with the present to offer real depth and insight into the world… Read More

REVIEW: Fallen in Love, Red Rose Chain Theatre Company

This warm and affectionate play offers a new insight into the relationship between Anne Boleyn and her brother George. Even after hundreds of years after her execution, the story of Anne Boleyn continues to fascinate historians, playwrights and the general public and there have been many different interpretations of her story. None of which have… Read More

Interview With…Alex Cubb

We chatted to Alex Chubb aka Scaredy Kat (Ru Paul’s Drag Race) about his and his partner Remi May’s new Youtube series The Bare & Klare Show. Hi Alex, I hope you’re well. So could you tell me a little bit more about The Bare & Klare Show? Bare & Klare! They’re just two friendly bear… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Musical Playlist in Lockdown

Emma Clarendon selects some of her favourite musical theatre songs which are helping her through the lockdown period…. Learn to do it, Anastasia the Musical: while we have all been spending a lot more time at home, learning a new skill is perhaps our best way of coping with the situation. Every time I have… Read More

Interview With…Jose Canseco

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to the theatre producer about a new digital arts festival for fringe performances.  Hi Jose, could you tell me more about the festival? Virtual Variety Fest has become a platform for artists and other creatives to form a community and present their work. This has also become a great… Read More