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

NEWS: Lambert Jackson Productions Announce Virtual Performance of The Last Five Years

Lambert Jackson Productions have released details of a virtual production of Jason Robert Brown’s musical to be streamed for three nights in June. It has been confirmed that Lambert Jackson Productions in association with The Other Palace,will present a virtual production of The Last Five Years. The production, set to star Lauren Samuels as Cathy… Read More

REVIEW: Henry V, Barn Theatre

The Barn Theatre’s 2019 production pulsates with energy, tension and passion. It has to be said that while this coronavirus situation is a horrible and difficult for everyone – it has also provided those who love theatre with multiple platforms to catch productions that they may have missed out on. One such production is the… Read More

Album Review: Girlfriends by London Musical Theatre Orchestra

This debut album from the London Musical Theatre Orchestra is lively and expertly performed – but highlights a couple of issues with the musical itself. Having been to see this concert performance at the Bishopsgate Institute last November, I was curious to hear if the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s performance translated just as well onto… Read More

NEWS: London Musical Theatre Orchestra Release Debut Album

The live recording of the London Musical Theatre’s concert performance of Girlfriends, by Emmy Award-winner Howard Goodall and recorded at Bishopsgate Institute has been released. The London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s live recording of their concert performance of Howard Goodall’s Girlfriends has been released on CD and digital download. Recorded at the Bishopsgate Institute, the album… Read More

REVIEW: West End Women, Cadogan Hall

Lambert Jackson Productions brought together powerful female voices for this stunning concert.  Following on from their successful concert There is Nothing Like a Dame, Lambert Jackson Productions continues to be inspired by female West End performers. Their latest offering showcasing the variety of talent that can be found on the West End stage – this time in the form of Rachel John, Lauren Samuels and Celinde… Read More

REVIEW: Girlfriends, London Musical Theatre Orchestra, Bishopsgate Institute

There is no doubting the strength of Howard Goodall’s beautiful score, with the cast of the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s latest concert delivering highly emotional performances.    The London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s latest concert performance brings to life the glorious score of Howard Goodall’s Girlfriends, complete with an all-star cast who capture the courage and… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for LMTO’s Concert of Girlfriends

Casting for the concert performances taking place at the Bishopgate Institute on the 2nd and 3rd November has been announced.  Composed by Emmy Award-winner Howard Goodall, Girlfriends is World War II set British musical and celebrates the work of the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF). Today, casting has been confirmed for the concert performances, which will be directed… Read More

REVIEW: La Ronde, The Bunker Theatre

Everything that happens in this wonderfully quirky and raunchy production is put in the hands of fortune – meaning that the actors are also never sure which direction the show is going to take…  The first thing that sprang to mind when hearing about this new adaptation of Le Ronde was of Goosebumps – those… Read More