Interview With…Linus Karp

We chatted to Linus about his show How To Live A Jellicle Life: Life Lessons From The 2019 Hit Movie Musical ‘Cats’ which will be playing at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre from the 1st June. Hi Linus – could you tell me more about what audiences can expect from How To Live a Jellicle… Read More

Interview With…Charlie Day

We chatted to Charlie Day about his show Rock Bottom, playing at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre from the 11th January. Hi thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain what Rock Bottom is about? So the show is based on Bottom, from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as he attempts to make a show… Read More

Interview With…Linus Karp

Emma Clarendon chatted to Linus about his show How To Live A Jellicle Life: Life Lessons From The 2019 Hit Movie Musical ‘Cats’, heading to the Lion and Unicorn Theatre in December. Thanks so much for talking to me. Could you tell me what How to Live a Jellicle Life is about?  Thank you! I… Read More

Interview With….David Brady

The writer and director chatted to Emma Clarendon about what audiences can expect from AAAAA at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre (without giving too much away…). Hi David, so what can you tell me about AAAAA? AAAAA [FiveA] is our first in house production at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre since lockdown, and obviously 2020… Read More

Interview with…Saul Reichlin

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to Saul Reichlin about bringing Sholom Aleichem In The Old Country to London.  Saul thanks so much for talking to me. Could you tell me a bit more about what Sholom Aleichem in The Old Country is about? This production, uniquely, follows the adventures of Sholom Aleichem himself. Previously life… Read More

Things to See and Do in London: Friday 20th May

It’s been a busy week in theatre and the arts, so here is a round up of some of the best new openings:  King John, Rose Theatre Kingston: yes it is a long production to sit through (just over three hours) but it is worth persevering with for many of the performances by the cast and… Read More

REVIEW: Richard III, Lion and Unicorn Theatre

This stripped back one woman production of Richard III is just as disconcerting as it is fascinating to witness (and take part in).  From the second that audience members step into the intimate space of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, they automatically realise that what they are about to see and participate in, is something… Read More