Interview With…Gina Beck and Neil McDermott

The West End stars chatted to Emma Clarendon about creating The Elf Who Was Scared of Christmas. Thanks so much for talking to me. Could you tell me a little more about The Elf Who Was Scared of Christmas?  It’s the story of an elf called Cupcake who is afraid of the arrival of Christmas… Read More

NEWS: Gina Beck and Neil McDermott to Star in World Premiere of The Elf Who Was Scared of Christmas

The production is set to play at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 8th to the 23rd December. Written and starring Gina Beck and Neil McDermott, The Elf Who Was Scared of Christmas will offer some festive cheer at the Charing Cross Theatre this year. Meet Figgy and Cupcake, two of Santa’s Christmas elves. For… Read More

NEWS: New Video Released of Cast of Matilda the Musical Performing ‘When I Grow Up’

The video features some of the current young members of the London production of the musical alongside Gina Beck (Miss Honey). The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Matilda the Musical has released a video of some of the young cast members performing ‘When I Grow Up’ from their homes during lockdown. Matilda the Musical has… Read More

NEWS: New Casting Announced for Matilda the Musical

The Royal Shakespeare Company has confirmed its new adult cast led by David Shannon playing Miss Trunchbull from the 12th September.  David Shannon is best known for playing some of the best known West End roles including The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre), Chris in Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane & UK Tour) and Jean Valjean… Read More

REVIEW: Show Boat, New London Theatre

Having officially opened at the New London Theatre on Monday, Love London Love Culture popped along to see Show Boat – the musical everyone is talking about!  It is difficult to know where to begin on this stunning new production of Show Boat, directed to perfection by Daniel Evans, which has transferred from Sheffield for… Read More

Review Round Up… Show Boat @New London Theatre

Transferring down south after its successful run in Sheffield and directed by Daniel Evans – can the show stay afloat or does it sink?  The Telegraph: ***** Dominic Cavendish urged: “You may be cynical about the call, but honestly: all aboard! You won’t regret it.” London Theatre.co.uk: ***** Mark Shenton praised the production saying: “It’s… Read More