Five Reasons to See…The Wind in the Willows Musical, London Palladium

Now officially open at the London Palladium, this new musical based on the beloved classic British story is perfect viewing over the summer months – here’s Love London Love Culture’s top five reasons to see this new production:  1. The story is brought wonderfully to life: thanks to Julian Fellowes’s glorious book, the musical production really… Read More

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REVIEW: The Wind in the Willows, London Palladium

The beloved story is charmingly brought to life thanks to Rachel Kavanaugh’s wonderfully entertaining production that will delight children and adults.  Based on Kenneth Grahame’s beloved story, this new musical adaptation featuring music and lyrics by Anthony Drewe and George Stiles, has plenty of heart and endearing performances to provide gentle entertainment at the London… Read More

NEWS: First Images Released for The Wind in the Willows at the London Palladium

As the new musical prepares to open for previews at the London Palladium on the 16th June, the first images of the cast in costume have been released.  Directed by Rachel Kavanaugh, this brand new musical based on the beloved book by Kenneth Grahame is set to star Rufus Hound as the amazing Mr Toad, Simon… Read More

Five Reasons to See… Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

Now confirmed to play its final performance on the 2nd September, here are five reasons why you need to see Rachel Kavanaugh’s production…  1. The Music: this is such an upbeat and playful musical, featuring songs such as ‘Pick Out a Simple Tune’ and ‘If the Rain’s Got to Fall’ that will have your feet tapping… Read More

NEWS: Original Cast Recording for New Musical Production of The Wind in the Willows to be Released

Producer Jamie Hendry and Sony Masterworks Broadway have announced the release of the original cast recording of new musical The Wind in the Willows.  Previewing at the London Palladium from the 16th June before officially opening on the 29th June, The Wind in the Willows is a brand new musical featuring music by George Stiles and lyrics… Read More

REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

Rachel Kavanaugh has created a delightfully light footed production that leaves the audience beaming for joy.  This wonderfully perky musical is a classic rags to riches story that shows that money really doesn’t buy happiness, wonderfully told through the story of Arthur Kipps an orphan who works as a drapers assistant until he unexpectedly comes… Read More

REVIEW: Honk!, Union Theatre

This special 20th anniversary production of the musical is imaginative, creative and a perfect treat for families over Easter.  Ok, so there is something you all need to know about me. I have a bird phobia – which makes being in London surrounded by pigeons occasionally difficult – so you would be right in questioning… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… Honk!, Union Theatre

Rehearsal images for Andy Room’s production of George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s musical have been released.  The 20th anniversary production arriving at the Union Theatre from the 29th March is only the third time that Stiles and Drewe’s  musical has been seen in London since its celebrated National Theatre production in 2000. This heartwarming reimagining… Read More

NEWS: 20th Anniversary Production of Honk! to Play at Union Theatre

The Union Theatre will present the 20th Anniversary production of Stiles and Drewe’s Honk! from the 29th March until the 22nd April.  Directed by Andy Room and featuring choreography by Lily Howkins, this 20th anniversary production of the musical will star Liam Vincent-Kilbride who makes his London stage debut as Ugly. This heartwarming reimagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s… Read More

NEWS: Half a Sixpence Extends Run at the Noel Coward Theatre

The hit revival of Half a Sixpence is now booking at the Noel Coward Theatre until the 2nd September 2017.  Having transferred to the West End following a successful run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Half a Sixpence is produced and co-created by Cameron Mackintosh and features a book by Julian Fellowes. Arthur Kipps, an… Read More