REVIEW: Gently Down the Stream, Park Theatre

Martin Sherman’s beautifully thoughtful and  poignant examination of relationships through the eyes  of two different generations  is mesmerising from start to finish.  Making its UK debut, this remarkably tender and perceptive play from Martin Sherman has plenty to keep the audience thoroughly engaged throughout as the two central characters Beau and Rufus find their way through their relationship. Set in a cosy but modern apartment, Gently Down the Stream focuses in particular on… Read More

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Interview With… Harry Lawtey

LLLC’s Emma Clarendon chatted to the actor about his latest role in  Gently Down the Stream at the Park Theatre.  What can audiences expect from Gently Down the Stream? I think audiences can expect to laugh, maybe to cry, and hopefully to think a little also. Everything that a great play should make you do. What struck you most about the story when you first read it? What struck me most about the… Read More

REVIEW: Rosenbaum’s Rescue, Park Theatre

Love London Love Culture’s Emily Schofield paid a visit to the Park  Theatre to catch Kate Fahy’s production.  I sat for a long time trying to work out what to write for this review after I came away from the Park Theatre. It’s not very often that I feel completely lost for words after a show. However, after seeing Rosenbaum’s Rescue, I really struggled to communicate how I felt about this… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 6th January

Here’s a few interviews, reviews, news and features on LLLC that are  popular reads this week… Interview with Gemma Barnett: this week, LLLC chatted to the actress about starring in Papercut Theatre’s production of ‘Lola’ as part of The Vaults Festival from the 23rd January. Interview with Jessica Lazar: also proving popular this week is Love London Love Culture’s interview with director Jessica Lazar, discussing her production of… Read More

REVIEW: The Dame, Park Theatre

LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington visited the Park Theatre to watch Ian Talbot’s production.   There ain’t nothing like a dame, and that’s certainly true of Ronald Roy Humphrey, pantomime dame and all-round entertainer. His costume is his armour, his make-up his war paint and each night he goes into battle. This is the only life he’s ever known. But as he returns to his northern roots for… Read More

Love London Love Culture Theatre Picks: January 2019

Here are a few of LLLC’s top picks for shows opening this month… The Dame, Park Theatre: Peter Duncan stars in Katie Duncan’s play which had a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe. It sees seasoned Pantomime Dame Ronald Roy Humphrey in a nostalgic mood as the final curtain comes down – but it also sees him forced to confront matters he would rather forget…. Approaching Empty, Kiln Theatre: playing… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 16th December 2018

Here’s a few news, reviews and interview pieces that have been proving popular on LLLC this week…. Cinderella, New Victoria Theatre:  Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon took a trip to Woking to catch the New Victoria Theatre’s latest pantomime starring Craig Revel Horwood and Paul Chuckle. Our review is live now.   Interview with Vince… Read More

REVIEW: Peter Pan, Park Theatre

The Park Theatre’s festive show keeps it traditional and accessible to children.  The wonderful thing about going to the theatre to see a family orientated show such as Peter Pan is seeing just how the children in the audience react to what they are watching. Not only does it show the power of theatre to… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for World Premiere of Rosenbaum’s Rescue

Casting has been announced for the world premiere of A. Bodin Saphir’s Rosenbaum’s Rescue, which will play at the Park Theatre from the 9th January.  Directed by Kate Fahy, Rosenbaum’s Rescue explores the true story of how over 7,000 Danish Jews managed to escape the Nazi occupation in 1943. October, 1943. Seven and a half thousand… Read More

Shows Opening: December 2018

December can be a slightly overwhelming time to pick a show to go and see – luckily Love London Love Culture has selected  seven of the very best opening next month…  1. Striking 12, Union Theatre: inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Matchgirl and featuring a pop, rock and jazz score, this Off-Broadway musical arrives… Read More