REVIEW: The Actor’s Nightmare, Park Theatre

Showcasing the less glamorous moments in the world of showbusiness, Tony Award-winner Christopher Durang’s The Actor’s Nightmare is a bold but inaccessible new production. The Actor’s Nightmare is a collection of six plays, examining different aspects of the ‘darker side’ of showbusiness, cleverly interwoven together. Over the course of 105 minutes, we meet actors, comedians,… Read More

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NEWS: Additional Casting Confirmed for The Time of Our Lies

The production will play at the Park Theatre from the 30th July. Further casting for Ché Walker’s production of Bianca Bagatourian’s play has been announced. Colin Salmon, star of the James Bond film series, Netflix’s Master of None and Syfy’s Krypton will guest star in the production for one night only on the 2nd August as the lead role… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for The Weatherman at the Park Theatre

The production will play at the theatre from the 15th August. Casting for the world premiere production of Eugene O’Hare’s dark drama The Weatherman has been announced. Directed by Alice Hamilton, the production is set to star Mark Hadfield, Niamh James, Alec Newman, Cyril Nri and David Schaal. Beezer and O’Rourke live on the fringes of society… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: Sunday 30th June

Here’s a round up of what Love London Love Culture has been up to this month… Review of Hugh Jackman: the Man. The Music. The Show at The O2: getting the month to an exciting start, Love London Love Culture visited The O2 to see Hugh Jackman’s first world touring show, which saw him performing… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 30th June

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of Radio at the Arcola Theatre: this week we attended the press night for this revival of Al Smith’s play. While it was an excellent production, we felt that it was lacking something to make it extra special…… Read More

NEWS: Initial Casting Announced for The Time of Our Lies

Initial casting has been announced for the upcoming production of Bianca Bagatourian’s play about author and social activist Howard Zinn. Playing at the Park Theatre from the 30th July, it has been announced that television and film actor Daniel Benzali is set to star in Ché Walker’s production of Bianca Bagatourian’s play about the life of American… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 23rd June

Here’s a guide to a few of the most popular reads on Love London Love Culture this week…. Review round up of Napoli,Brooklyn at the Park Theatre: Love London Love Culture rounded up the reviews for the London run of Meghan Kennedy’s play, playing at the Park Theatre until the 13th July. Review round up… Read More

Review Round Up: Napoli, Brooklyn, Park Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the European premiere of Meghan Kennedy’s play, now playing at the Park Theatre. WhatsOnStage: * “It’s an inept production of a mediocre play. The only things likely to provoke tears here are the onions…and possibly boredom.” The Stage: *** “Lisa Blair’s production features a host of… Read More

NEWS: Additional Casting Announced for Whodunnit at the Park Theatre

Further star casting has been announced for the Park Theatre’s World Premiere murder mystery Whodunnit [Unrehearsed],playing from the 15th to the 27th July. Additional performers announced for Park Theatre’s World Premiere murder mystery Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] include Adam Hills, Jason Manford, Neil Morrissey, Clarke Peters and Sandi Toksvig . They join the previously announced Clive Anderson, Gillian Anderson, John Bishop, Gyles Brandreth, Marcus… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 26th May

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Interview with Fifi Garfield: we chatted to the actress about starring in Horrible Histories Dreadful Deaf, created in partnership with Deafinitely Theatre and touring the UK. Review of Beneath the Blue Rinse: catch up with our review of Glen Walford’s production which… Read More