NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Royal Shakespeare Company’s Don Quixote

The full cast for the West End transfer of Angus Jackson’s production of Don Quixote has been confirmed ahead of it opening at the Garrick Theatre from the 27th October.  The cast is led by  Rufus Hound and David Threlfall, who will be reprising their roles as Sancho Panza and Don Quixote from the show’s previous run… Read More

NEWS: Royal Shakespeare Company’s Production of Don Quixote to Transfer to West End

Angus Jackson’s production will transfer to the Garrick Theatre for a limited season from the 27th October.  Based on Miguel de Cervantes’ novel, Don Quixote has been adapted for the stage by award-winning poet, journalist and literary critic James Fenton and is directed by Angus Jackson. Taking up a lance and sword, Don Quixote sets out on a hilarious… Read More

Five Reasons to See..Young Frankenstein

Booking at the Garrick Theatre until the 25th August, there are plenty of reasons why you should see Young Frankenstein. Here’s Love London Love Culture’s reasons…  1. Mel Brooks’ has a great sense of humour that translates well to the stage from the original film – without making it seem dated. Yes there are plenty of… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Year: Theatre

Love London Love Culture has been to see lots of high quality productions this year – here’s the top 20 picks (too difficult to narrow it down to just 10!)  20. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre: if you are ever in need of a laugh then Mischief Theatre are guaranteed to deliver either… Read More

Five Perfect Shows to Book for Halloween…

Looking for a bit of thrill or a fright this Halloween? Love London Love Culture rounds up some of the best shows to go and see…  1. The Exorcist, Phoenix Theatre: for anyone who was thrilled and scared by either William Peter Blatty’s original novel or the 1973 film this will certainly be a show to put… Read More

REVIEW: Young Frankenstein, Garrick Theatre

Mad and bizarrely brilliant, this musical based on the classic 1974 film is a great way to cure the blues.  If there is a more madly brilliant show than Young Frankenstein in the West End then I have yet to see it. Filled with quirky characters and some brilliantly witty songs, this is definitely a… Read More

Shows Opening: October 2017

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s monthly guide to shows to book for including both musicals and plays:  1. The Toxic Avenger, The Arts Theatre: following a successful run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this popular musical returns to London for a limited season. Previewing from the 28th September, the show will officially be welcomed back… Read More

Shows Opening: September 2017

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the productions we can’t wait to see… 1. Ink, Duke of York’s Theatre: after a successful run at the Almeida Theatre, James Graham’s play transfers to the West End. The production is directed by Rupert Goold and the cast includes Bertie Carvel (Doctor Foster, Matilda) and Richard Coyle (The Associate, The Lover). It opens… Read More

REVIEW: Gangsta Granny, Garrick Theatre

Neal Foster’s adaptation of David Walliams best selling children’s book has plenty of laughter (and dancing) to entertain kids of all ages.  Birmingham Stage Company is well known for bringing some of the most popular children’s books to the stage and with this adaptation of Gangsta Granny, the company has another hit on their hands.… Read More

REVIEW: Tape Face, Garrick Theatre

This silent comedy treat might be slow to start and overindulgent in places, but there is no denying how hilarious the act is.  Sam Wills aka Tape Face has created an interesting modern interpretation and tribute to the silent comedy era that relies a lot on the audience and their willingness to take part, making… Read More