REVIEW: Billy Bishop Goes to War, Jermyn Street Theatre

Beautifully directed by Jimmy Walters, Billy Bishop Goes to War offers a new insight into World War I as seen by pilots in the skies. The more plays based around World War I that I see makes it increasingly clear that although the facts of the war are widely known it is actually the individual… Read More

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NEWS: Charles Aitken and Oliver Beamish to Star in Billy Bishop Goes To War

Casting for Proud Haddock‘s latest production has been confirmed ahead of its run at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 31st October.  To coincide with the centenary of the end of of World War I, Proud Haddock will be reviving Billy Bishop Goes to War  as part of their War Season and Jermyn Street Theatre’s… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for London Revival of Noel Coward’s Tonight at 8.30

The full casting for the first London revival of Noel Coward’s Tonight at 8.30 since 1936 has been announced.  Playing at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 10th April, Tonight at 8.30 is being presented as part of the theatre’s The Reaction Season. Tonight at 8.30 is formed of nine one-act plays ranging from music-hall pastiche, to… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… The Dog Beneath The Skin, Jermyn Street Theatre

Rehearsal images for Proud Haddock’s production of The Dog Beneath the Skin have been released ahead of the show’s run at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 7th March. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening… Directed by Jimmy Walters,  The Dog Beneath the Skin is set to star Pete Ashmore (as Alan Norman and Cressida Bonas… Read More

NEWS: Jermyn Street Theatre Announces The Reaction Season

The Jermyn Street Theatre has announced details of its upcoming four month The Reaction season to be formed of fifteen plays and musicals.  The Jermyn Street Theatre has confirmed details of its third season which will include fifteen plays and musicals presented across four months. Running from the 10th April until the 18th August, the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: January 2018

Missed anything that Love London Love Culture reported on last month? Don’t worry, here’s LLLC’s most popular posts for January… 1. Love London Love Culture’s interview with Annie Fox: the playwright spoke about her debut play Woman Caught Unaware which was performed as part of Heretic Voices at the Arcola Theatre. Read the full interview here.… Read More

REVIEW: Woman Before a Glass, Jermyn Street Theatre

This deeply fascinating one woman show brings Peggy Guggenheim’s colourful life vividly to the stage.  It is clear what an extraordinarily colourful life Peggy Guggenheim had thanks to this richly detailed and researched play by Lanie Robertson . Filled with pain, love and loss, dotted with stories involving some of the best known artists of the… Read More

NEWS: Cassie McFarlane’s Mad As Hell to Play at the Jermyn Street Theatre

It has been announced that Cassie McFarlane and Adrian Hope’s play will be performed at the Jermyn Street Theatre as part of its Scandal Season.  A bar in Jamaica. The early 1960s. When womanizing, hell-raising film star Peter Finch meets Eletha Barrett, a charismatic island girl, they both get more than they bargained for. The relationship between… Read More

Shows Opening: January 2018

With the New Year firmly within sight, here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the best theatre to see during January… Bananaman the Musical, Southwark Playhouse: it might already be in previews, but this world premiere production of the brand new musical officially opens in January. As one of the flagship characters in the world’s… Read More

PREVIEW: Woman Before a Glass, Jermyn Street Theatre

Opening the Jermyn Street Theatre’s Scandal season, Lanie Robertson’s play arrives in London from the 17th January.  Peggy Guggenheim collected art — and artists. Married to Max Ernst, lover of Samuel Beckett, champion of Jackson Pollock and Pablo Picasso, Peggy’s love life was as colourful as her art collection. She moved to Venice in the… Read More