Review Round Up: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Duke of York’s Theatre

We round up the reviews for the West End transfer of the National Theatre’s production based on Neil Gaiman’s book. The Guardian: **** “The beauty of Katy Rudd’s production is the way that it manipulates theatre space into a simulacrum of a child’s imagination: doors menacingly multiply, windows open on to enchanted forests, and a pool… Read More

PREVIEW: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Duke of York’s Theatre

The National Theatre production will transfer to the West End October 2021. Having made its World premiere at the National Theatre last year, Katy Rudd’s production based on Neil Gaiman’s novel will begin performances at the Duke of York’s Theatre in October 2021. Adapted for the stage by Joel Horwood, the production originally starred  Samuel… Read More

Review Round Up: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, National Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel. The Financial Times: **** “Rudd’s staging is brilliantly pitched on the border between fantasy and reality.” Ham & High: “Gaiman’s stories which explore the fluid boundary between the literal, imaginative and uncanny, find a perfect storm here in the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Books of 2018

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s top ten favourite books of the year – including works by Robert Galbraith and Neil Gaiman… The Riviera Set by Mary S. Lovell: beautifully bringing to life the glamorous lives of all those who paid a visit to the Riviera from the 1920’s all the way up until 1960, Mary S.Lovell writes with great detail and vividness. Her descriptions of the parties and the characters whose lives she has… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 18th November

Here’s a few news, reviews and interviews that have been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week….  1. Don Carlos, Rose Theatre, Kingston: Love London Love Culture’s review is still proving to be a popular read this week. Starring Tom Burke, this production directed by Gadi Roll is an intense ride – but was… Read More

REVIEW: Art Matters by Neil Gaiman

Kirsty Herrington reviews Neil Gaiman’s book on why art is so important to inspire those young and old.  In a world where focus seems to be on new technology and social media, sometimes it’s easy to forget one of the more simple pleasures in life: art. Thankfully, Art Matters, the latest collaboration between renowned author… Read More

Books to Look Out for in 2017

As another year ends, here are just some of the books we can look forward to getting our hands on next year:  Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman: if you love Game of Thrones of anything related Tolkien, all of which has basis in the the great Norse myths. Now comes Neil Gaiman’s new book in which… Read More