REVIEW: Camelot, London Musical Theatre Orchestra, London Palladium

As well as marking Alan Jay Lerner’s centenary, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s concert production of Camelot brought the musical back to the capital for the first time in thirty years.    Based on T.H. White’s The Once and Future King, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s musical Camelot tells the story of King Arthur… Read More

Quick Fire Questions with…David Thaxton

David Thaxton spoke to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s upcoming concert production of Camelot at the London Palladium.  Thanks so much for talking to me. What can audiences expect from ‘Camelot’? A new take on a show not done very often. It’s exciting. Were you familiar with the score before becoming involved… Read More

NEWS:Final Cast Announced for London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s Camelot

The London Musical Theatre Orchestra has announced the final member of its cast for its upcoming concert production of  Camelot  at the London Palladium.  Lerner and Loewe’s musical based on  T. H. White’s novel The Once And Future King  will return to the West End for the first time in over thirty years, with this new concert… Read More

REVIEW: The King and I, London Palladium

Bartlett Sher’s production of this classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is a real treat for the eyes and the ears.  It was really difficult not to dance the entire way home after watching this gloriously beautiful production that is a visual treat from beginning to end. The King and I might feature many ideas that… Read More

Review Round Up: The King and I, London Palladium

Bartlett Sher’s production brings the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical to the West End. But what have critics had to say about it?  The Guardian: *** “Bartlett Sher’s much-lauded Lincoln Center production is handsomely mounted and boasts two star performances from Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe but, in addressing the musical’s dated premise, it creates further problems. Unicornsmiles.me: ****… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting and Extension Announced for The King and I

Due to popular demand, it has been confirmed that The King and I will now play at the London Palladium until September.  In addition to news of the extended run, further casting for the London run has also been confirmed. Joining the previously announced Ken Watanabe and Kelli O’Hara will be Tony Award winner Ruthie Ann… Read More

Review Round Up: Dick Whittington, London Palladium

The reviews are in for the London Palladium’s latest pantomime. But what is the critics verdict? Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews:  Join Dick Whittington (Charlie Stemp) on his daring journey through the streets of London aided by The Spirit Of The Bells (Julian Clary) as they face off against his dastardly… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Top 10 Festive Shows to Book

With so many festive themed shows opening, here is Love London Love Culture’s top shows to book for if you are struggling to decide…. The Christmasaurus Live!, Eventim Apollo: based on Tom Fletcher’s children’s book, experience The Christmasaurus live on stage between the 21st -28th December. Featuring brand new songs written by the singer and author, the show… Read More

PREVIEW: The King and I, London Palladium

The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will arrive in London from June 2018.  Bartlett Sher’s production of the musical will transfer to the London Palladium following a successful run at the Lincoln Center Theatre in New York in 2015. The production, which won four Tony Awards, will see Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe, who will both reprise… Read More

NEWS: London Russian Ballet School to Collaborate with Bolshoi Ballet for Romantic Revolution

Taking place on the 18th September at the London Palladium, Romantic Revolution will see Bolshoi principals will present a programme with LRBS students. This one night only performance will also see 700 children from Lambeth, Brent, South West and West London, who have never visited a theatre to see ballet and most of whom have never heard… Read More