REVIEW: Maggie & Ted, Garrick Theatre

This charmingly funny play goes behind the feud between Margaret Thatcher and Edward Heath – but can feel slightly rushed in places. Having previously had a run at The White Bear in 2019, Maggie & Ted by Michael McManus made its West End debut at the Garrick Theatre for two nights only to offer an… Read More

West End Shows Opening: 2nd April 2021

Following on from last week’s selection of shows that have confirmed opening dates (government advice provided), here’s a few more shows that you can now book tickets for… Amelie the Musical, Criterion Theatre: following on from a run at the Watermill Theatre, UK tour and a run at The Other Palace, this charming and quirky… Read More

NEWS: Death Drop Announces New West End Cast

The comedy is set to reopen in the West End at the Garrick Theatre in May. New casting has been announced for Death Drop which will open for performances at the Garrick Theatre from the 19th May. Making their West End debuts in  Holly Stars’ murder mystery comedy will be Willam as 80s pop sensation… Read More

NEWS: Birmingham Stage Company Announce Two Productions Coming to the West End

The theatre company has confirmed that its production of David Walliams’ Billionaire Boy will make its West End premiere alongside the world premiere of Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part Five! this Summer. It has been confirmed that Birmingham Stage Company will be bringing two productions to the West End this Summer. The West End premiere of the… Read More

NEWS: Death Drop to Reopen at the Garrick Theatre

The show is set to return to the West End in May, having had its initial run cut short due to the pandemic. The comedy, which brings together a cast of drag performers together for a murder mystery, is set to begin socially distanced performances at the Garrick Theatre from the 19th May. Directed by… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Wishlist

Editor Emma Clarendon selects twenty London productions she would love to see again… 42nd Street, Theatre Royal Drury Lane: I know it only feels like yesterday that this show was in the West End – but I miss the sheer spectacle of it all! The dancing, the music and cast made this feel like a… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Picks for 2021

Emma Clarendon selects the shows that she is most looking forward to catching this year… Bedknobs and Broomsticks, UK Tour: this new stage adaptation based on the Disney film starring Angela Lansbury is flying to venues across the UK this year. Opening at the Newcastle Theatre Royal in August, the musical is set to be… Read More

REVIEW: Potted Panto, Streamed.Theatre

Filled with heaps of jokes, Potted Panto wonderfully condenses some classic pantomimes down into a 70 minute show. Highly energetic, Potted Panto is an immensely enjoyable family show that is a real love letter to pantomimes – reminding us just how much a part of British culture panto is in all its silliness and just… Read More

NEWS: Potted Panto Announces Easter Run

The show will now have a run at the Garrick Theatre from the 1st to the 18th April. With live performances of Potted Panto suspended until the 9th January, pending government advice, the show will now have a run over Easter. Current bookers will be contacted with the option to exchange their tickets for cancelled… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s December Theatre Picks

Here’s a guide to some of the shows set to open in London next month (depending on government advice). GHBoy, Charing Cross Theatre: set to open for previews on the 3rd December, Paul Harvard’s new play examines the misconception surrounding gay culture and promiscuity. Catch up with our interview with actor Devesh Kishore discussing the… Read More