Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Productions

As Love London Love Culture approaches its fifth birthday, Emma Clarendon looks back at some of her favourite theatre productions from the last few years… Young Frankenstein, Garrick Theatre (2017): based on his immensely funny film, this musical version of Mel Brooks’s Young Frankenstein more than delivered in terms of sheer hilarity. There was a… Read More

PREVIEW: Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature, Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum in collaboration with the BBC and Warner Bros have announced details of its Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature exhibition. On display from the 22nd May, this new exhibition will allow visitors to see creatures, specimens and artefacts from the museum’s collection displayed alongside elements from the wizarding world – recognisable to… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Deals of the Week: Sunday 17th February

Looking to go to the theatre this week? Here’s a few of Love  London Love Culture’s top deals of the week… & Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre: heading to the Shaftesbury Theatre from November, an all star cast has been confirmed for the new musical that picks up where the classic story Romeo & Juliet left off. The musical features songs such as …Baby One More Time, Everybody (Backstreet’s Back), Love Me Like You Do and… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite…Theatre of 2018

As we approach the end of 2018, here’s a few of LLLC’s favourite shows of the year…. The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Noel Coward Theatre: a great cast and plenty of quotable lines made Michael Grandage’s revival of Martin McDonagh’s hilarious play a real delight and highlight of the year. For God’s sake put Wee Thomas on the Phone! The King & I, London Palladium: this gloriously lavish Broadway production of this classic musical was a real treat… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Black Friday Deals!

Looking for a special theatre Christmas gift for someone? Then Love London Love Culture has some special deals on for Black Friday – here’s a few of our favourites…  1. 42nd Street, Theatre Royal Drury Lane: Save up to 50% on tickets to see this glitzy and entertaining musical before it closes in January. Including songs… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 14th October

Here’s a few things that have been proving popular on LLLC this week…. 1. The Wider Earth, Natural History Museum: Love London Love Culture paid a visit after hours to the Natural History Museum to see this refreshing new take on Charles Darwin and the discoveries he made whilst on a five year voyage on the… Read More

REVIEW: The Wider Earth, Natural History Museum

This thoughtful and imaginative production encourages us all to appreciate the natural world and Charles Darwin’s innovative ideas about evolution.  From the second you step into the transformed Jerwood gallery at the Natural History Museum, the audience is automatically transported into a beautifully atmospheric auditorium. Including a background filled with stars that highlights the jagged… Read More

Five Reasons to See…The Wider Earth, Natural History Museum

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon caught a sneak peek behind-the-scenes of the upcoming production that will play in a unique theatre created especially for the production at the Natural History Museum. Here’s five reasons why she thinks you need to see this show….  1. The incredible puppets – not only does David Morton’s production feature… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…The Wider Earth, Natural History Museum

Rehearsals have begun for The Wider Earth which will play in a specially created theatre at the Natural History Museum from the 2nd October.  Written and directed by Dead Puppet Society’s David Morton, The Wider Earth was initially conceived in Cape Town in 2013 during a mentorship with Handspring Puppet Company, the creative team behind War… Read More

Interview With… Ian Houghton

The actor spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about bringing The Wider Earth to London’s Natural History Museum.  Hi Ian, thanks so much for talking to me. What can audiences expect from The Wider Earth? A real theatre ‘event’.  It’s a great play about a pivotal part in our history, with an ingenious set, a… Read More