REVIEW: The Deep Blue Sea, National Theatre at Home

Helen and McCrory and Tom Burke star in this riveting production of Terence Rattigan’s play. This latest production to be shown as part of the National Theatre’s series of plays to be shown on Youtube is this subtle but immensely heart wrenching production of Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea. Directed with great poignancy by… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 5th July

Another week and another weekly guide from Love London Love Culture! Review of The Grinning Man, Bristol Old Vic: having missed out on catching this musical during its London run, it was wonderful to finally watch the Bristol Old Vic’s production which is a “gorgeous fairytale of a musical”.   News: Charlie Kristensen has launched… Read More

REVIEW: Les Blancs, National Theatre at Home

Lorraine Hansberry’s play is vividly and powerfully brought to life in YaĆ«l Farber‘s atmospheric production. This latest production to be showcased in the National Theatre’s immensely popular National Theatre at Home series is this immensely powerful and shocking play from Lorraine Hansberry that captures a range of topics with piercing insight. It was originally staged… Read More

REVIEW: Small Island, National Theatre at Home

Helen Edmondson’s powerful adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel is filled with compassion and understanding but just as importantly it is honest. Today (22nd June) is Windrush day, marking the day back in 1948 when the Empire Windrush landed in the UK and bringing people from the Caribbean who wanted to start a new life for… Read More

NEWS: National Theatre Announces Final Shows Streaming on Youtube

The theatre has announced the final five productions it will be streaming as part of its National Theatre at Home series. The National Theatre has revealed its final set of productions that it will be streaming for free through Youtube over the coming weeks. Having started with its acclaimed production of One Man, Two Guvnors,… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: May 2020

Here’s a guide to what proved popular on Love London Love Culture in May… Review of Les Miserables: The Staged Concert: proving popular this month is our thoughts on the digital release of Les Miserables The Staged Concert starring Alfie Boe and Michael Ball. It was recorded during the show’s concert performances at the Gielgud… Read More

Online Theatre Streams Need to Look Out For…

Here’s a guide to some theatre productions which are going to be streaming for a limited time over the next few weeks… This House, National Theatre at Home: available to watch from the 28th May at 7pm until the 4th June, James Graham’s play enjoyed two runs at the National Theatre as well as a… Read More

REVIEW: Barber Shop Chronicles, National Theatre at Home

This is a gloriously funny and heartfelt play that offers a fascinating insight into how the barbers is a place of vital importance for African men. Spanning from barber shops in Peckham to Johannesburg and places in between, Inua Ellams has created an immensely clever and thought provoking play that examines the lives of African… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 10th May

Here’s our weekly guide to some of the most read posts on LLLC this week. Review of National Theatre production of Frankenstein: perhaps unsurprisingly given the popularity of the production when it was experienced live, this is LLLC’s most read post of the week. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, this powerful version of… Read More

REVIEW: Frankenstein, National Theatre at Home

This startling and distinctive production is a fascinating take on Mary Shelley’s classic gothic story. Directed by Danny Boyle and adapted by Nick Dear, this is a wonderfully physical and suitably gothic take on Frankenstein that is compelling to watch from start to finish – with the two central performances delivering full on intensity. From… Read More