NEWS: Songs For a New World to Transfer to the Vaudeville Theatre

Lambert Jackson Productions have announced that their production of Jason Robert Brown’s musical will transfer to the Vaudeville Theatre from the 9th February. Directed by Séimí Campbell, the production is set to see David Hunter (Man 2), Rachel John (Woman 1), Cedric Neal (Man 1), Rachel Tucker (Woman 2) and Shem Omari James (Featured Role) reprising their roles in the show. The news follows… Read More

REVIEW: First Date, Lambert Jackson Productions (Online)

This very contemporary romantic musical is completely relatable for anyone who has had an awkward first date. Let’s all be honest. We have all been on a first date which has been completely memorable – if not always in a good way. Which is why First Date, featuring music and lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner… Read More

NEWS: Lambert Jackson Productions Announce Virtual Production of [Title of Show]

The production, filmed and edited at the London Coliseum in their Chorus Rehearsal Room will be available to stream on the 12th, 13th and 14th November. Josh Seymour is set to direct Marc Elliot (Jeff), Tyrone Huntley (Hunter), Lucie Jones (Heidi), and Jenna Russell (Susan), in this new virtual production of the Tony nominated musical that will have musical direction from Ben Ferguson.… Read More

Interview With…Dean Johnson

The director chats to Emma Clarendon about creating digital theatre and directing a digital production First Date, set to star Samantha Barks and Simon Lipkin. First of all thank you so much for talking to me. How does it feel to be directing under these circumstances? I think ultimately, I’m feeling very fortunate to be working… Read More

NEWS: Lambert Jackson Productions Announce Virtual Production of First Date

Lambert Jackson Productions and Crazy Coqs have confirmed details of a virtual production of Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner‘s musical. Streaming between the 22nd to the 24th October, First Date will be filmed at Crazy Coqs, directed by Dean Johnson. This production of the Broadway musical is set to star Samantha Barks (Casey), Oscar Conlon-Morrey (Man #2), Rufus Kampa (Young Aaron), Simon Lipkin (Aaron), Nicholas… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 26th July

Here’s a guide to what has been happening this week on LLLC….. Preview of The New Normal Festival: we have shared details of the upcoming outdoor and socially distanced festival which will run at The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building in Wandsworth throughout August. Confirmed acts include: magician Ben Hart, Olivier Award winning smash-hit Showstopper! and I Wish… Read More

REVIEW: Songs for a New World, The Other Palace (Online)

Performed by a stunning cast, Lambert Jackson Productions has once again highlighted a powerful and beautiful piece of musical theatre. Filled with a diverse range of songs and musical styles, there is plenty to be enjoyed in watching this rarely performed show Songs For A New World – that is consistently captivating to watch in… Read More

NEWS: Lambert Jackson Productions Announce Isolated Production of Songs for a New World

The production will be available to watch from the 23rd to the 25th July. It has been confirmed that a isolated production of Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World will be streamed online. The first musical composed by Jason Robert Brown, it includes songs such as ‘Just One Step’, ‘The River Won’t Flow’… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: June 2020

Here’s a guide to what has proved popular this month on Love London Love Culture…. Interview with Robert O’Dowd: proving a popular read this month is our interview with the Rose Theatre’s Chief Executive, discussing the need for help for theatres from the government. Review of OVO Theatre’s Twelfth Night: this hilarious performance of Twelfth… Read More

REVIEW: The Last Five Years, The Other Palace (Online)

By turns joyful and heartbreaking, this virtual performance of Jason Robert Brown’s musical is a wonderful way to present it. It has to be said that sometimes theatre is at its best when it is delivered in a simple and straightforward way – which is certainly the case for this wonderful virtual performance of Jason… Read More