Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 19th November

Here’s a guide to this week’s most popular reads on Love London Love Culture… 1. Review round up for Network, now playing at the National Theatre: Bryan Cranston and Michelle Dockery stars in Lee Hall’s adaptation of Network. But what have critics had to say about it? Find out here. 2. Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre: following… Read More

REVIEW: Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre

Howard Brenton’s adaptation of Strindberg’s play is sharp and observant in which the tension is carefully built up in Tom Littler’s production.  August Strindberg’s play is one that continues to fascinate directors and adaptors with its passionate speeches as well as its focus on class and sex. But given the numerous adaptions and stagings it… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: October 2017

Missed anything that Love London Love Culture has featured this month? Then worry not as LLLC rounds up the most popular posts of the month…  1.Saatchi Gallery announces Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism exhibition: this is the news that the Saatchi Gallery will mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution with an exhibition featuring Post-Soviet Union protest art –… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 22nd October

Missed Love London Love Culture’s reviews? Want to know what has been happening this week? Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the most popular posts of the week… 1. Anything That Flies, Jermyn Street Theatre: on Friday, Love London Love Culture paid a visit to the Jermyn Street Theatre to watch a performance of Judith… Read More

REVIEW: Anything That Flies, Jermyn Street Theatre

This surprisingly warm and heartbreaking story about grief and displacement feels slight in telling audiences anything new about the pain that World War II caused both Jewish people and German people caught up in the atrocities.  Set after the Berlin Wall has fallen, Judith Burnley’s new play examines the long lasting effects that the Second… Read More

NEWS: Jasper Britton and Susannah Harker to Lead the Cast in The Blinding Light

It has been announced that Jasper Britton and Susannah Harker will lead the cast of the world premiere of Howard Brenton’s play.  Howard Brenton’s new play tells the astonishing story of August Strindberg’s ‘Inferno’ period. For four years in fin-de-siècle Paris, Europe’s most famous playwright vanished. Most people thought he had gone insane. When he… Read More

PREVIEW: The Wasp, Jermyn Street Theatre

Morgan Lloyd Malcom’s thriller directed by Anna Simpson will arrive at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 31st July.  Heather and Carla haven’t seen each other since school. Their lives have taken very different paths- Carla lives a hand to mouth existence while Heather has a high flying career, husband and beautiful home. And yet, here… Read More

NEWS: Jermyn Street Theatre to Become Producing House

The news comes as Tom Littler announces first season as Artistic Director.  Artistic Director Tom Littler has announced his intentions to transform the Jermyn Street Theatre into a producing theatre, having previously operated as a receiving house, producing one or two productions a year. Now for the the first time in its 23 years history, the… Read More

Things to See and Do: Friday 17th March 2017

This has been another busy week for Love London Love Culture, but here is our guide to some of the hottest things to see and do in the capital…    1. Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are Dead, Old Vic Theatre: Daniel Radcliffe and David Haig star in this new production of Tom Stoppard’s play, which sees two… Read More

REVIEW: The Frogs, Jermyn Street Theatre

Ever wondered what would happen if Bernard Shaw and William Shakespeare had a showdown on who was the most superior writer? Well pay a visit to the Jermyn Street Theatre to see Stephen Sondheim’s quirky but entertaining musical to find out… There is certainly an element of surprise about this little performed musical by Stephen… Read More