Review Round Up: Message in a Bottle, Peacock Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the new dance production featuring the music of Sting and choreography by Kate Prince. WhatsOnStage: *** “Aside from a delightful three song burst (“Shape of My Heart”, “The Bed’s Too Big Without You” and “Roxanne”), there is not enough cohesion between what is happening on stage… Read More

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Love London Love Culture’s Show Picks: February 2020

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s monthly guide to some of the best shows opening…. Endgame, Old Vic Theatre: now in previews, Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming star in this revival of Beckett’s comedy, directed by Richard Jones. It is being presented alongside the rarely seen short play Rough for Theatre II, performed by members of… Read More

PREVIEW: Message in a Bottle, Peacock Theatre

The new dance theatre production featuring the hits of Sting will play at the Peacock Theatre from the 6th February. Choreographed by Kate Prince, this new dance production set to the music of seven-time Grammy Award-winning artist Sting will make its World premiere at the Peacock Theatre before embarking on a UK and international tour. A… Read More

NEWS: Beats on Pointe to Return to the Peacock Theatre

The Australian dance show will be returning to the Peacock Theatre from the 21st May. Combining two very dance styles in one show, Beats on Pointe will return to London next month, highlighting both ballet and street dancing in a mash-up of styles. The show combines dynamic dance with music and song,beat-boxing and a touch… Read More

PREVIEW: Ablaze, Peacock Theatre

The London School of Economics and Political Science will present their annual culture show at the Peacock Theatre on the 4th March. Focusing on the shared historic and cultural heritage of Africa and the Caribbean, through Ablaze the London School of Economics and Political Science through drama, dance, music and poetry examine the possibility of… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 3rd February

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture  this week… Interview with Matthew Gordon: the actor chatted to Love London Love Culture about his role in the new UK touring production based on Liz Pichon’s books. Review of West End Women at Cadogan Hall: Lambert Jackson’s latest concert production saw Celinde Schoenmaker, Rachel John and Lauren Samuels taking to the stage to perform some classic musical theatre songs. Review of Tango Fire at the Peacock Theatre: also this week saw… Read More

REVIEW: Tango Fire, Peacock Theatre

Sexy, sassy and intricate, Tango Fire is a thrilling spectacle from start  to finish.  Returning once more to London, Tango Fire is simply sublime to witness – not only is the dancing exciting but the the overall way in which it is all presented is highly mesmerising. Having only the most basic knowledge of what an Argentine Tango actually is (courtesy of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing), Tango… Read More

NEWS: Tango Fire to Return to The Peacock Theatre

It has been confirmed that the award winning production is set to return to London from the 29th January.  Returning for its seventh season in January, Tango Fire will be performed once more at the Peacock Theatre to showcase the history of the Argentine Tango from its origins to contemporary interpretations. During the show, the… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for West End Run of Fame the Musical

Casting has been confirmed for the West End run of Fame the Musical, currently on its UK tour, which will play at the Peacock Theatre from the 11th September 2019. It has been confirmed that TV star Jorgie Porter, soul legend Mica Paris and theatre star Keith Jack will star in the West End transfer… Read More

NEWS: Fame the Musical to Transfer to the West End in 2019

It has been announced that the 30th anniversary tour of the musical will transfer to the Peacock Theatre from the 11th September until the 19th October 2019.  Currently touring the UK, Fame the Musical will head to the West End in 2019 with casting for the run yet to be confirmed. Based on the 1980… Read More