NEWS: Sister Act Production Postponed Until 2021

The new revival of the musical was set to play at the Eventim Apollo from July. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it has been announced that the upcoming production of Sister Act will now be postponed until 2021, becoming the first show that was due to open this year to be moved until next… Read More

Review Round Up: Blithe Spirit, Duke of York’s Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the London transfer of Richard Eyre’s production of Noel Coward’s comedy. The Stage: *** “although Saunders summons some three-dimensionality, the rest of the production, while entertaining enough, has as much substance as a spectre.” London Theatre.co.uk: *** “Eyre’s production – and the wives themselves – achieve liftoff,… Read More

Stars on Stage in 2020

Here’s our guide to some of the familiar faces that you can expect to see on stage this year… Emilia Clarke in The Seagull at the Playhouse Theatre: the Game of Thrones actress is set to make her West End stage debut in Jamie Lloyd’s production of Chekhov’s classic play. Playing at the Playhouse Theatre… Read More

PREVIEW: Sister Act, Eventim Apollo

The musical will play at the Hammersmith Apollo from the 29th July until the 30th August. It has been announced that Academy Award winner Whoopi Goldberg will star Deloris Van Cartier in the London revival of the musical based on the 1992 film in which she also starred. She will be joined by Jennifer Saunders as… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Pick of Shows on Sale Now

Looking to book a ticket to a show that’s coming soon to the West End? Well Love London Love Culture has you covered with our selection of some of the best shows coming soon to the West End that are on sale now… Blithe Spirit, Duke of York’s Theatre: following a successful run at the… Read More

Review Round Up: Lady Windermere’s Fan, Vaudeville Theatre

Jennifer Saunders and Samantha Spiro star in this latest Oscar Wilde production, directed by Kathy Burke. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…  The Independent: **** “The show is uneven but there’s a freshnness here that’s very attractive. Recommended.” The Guardian: *** “This is an uneven production, directed by Kathy Burke, but it has its… Read More