Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 18th August 2019

Here’s a guide to some of the most popular reads on LLLC this week… Review of Showtune at the Union Theatre: we begun this week with a trip to the Union Theatre to celebrate the music created by Jerry Herman. Featuring some of his best known hits from musicals such as La Cage Aux Folles… Read More

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Review Round Up: Evita, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Find out what critics have made of Jamie Lloyd’s production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s musical with LLLC’s review round up… The Telegraph: ***** “This revelatory staging confirms that Lloyd Webber is re-gaining kudos.” The Observer: **** “Lloyd’s Evita isn’t as high-emotion as some can be, but it’s a work of screaming fun, from the… Read More

Shows Opening: August 2019

Here’s a guide to five shows opening in London this month… Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 4, Apollo Theatre: want to take your children along to something fun and educational? Horrible Histories is back in London this August and filled with a whole bunch of historical characters brought back to life by two actors. Check… Read More

Review Round Up: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Dominic Hill’s production of Shakespeare’s comedy. Evening Standard: **** “Hill’s masterstroke is to make sure that the darkness never comes at the expense of the play’s levity.” WhatsOnStage: **** “Eclectic in look and with a diverse cast, Dominic Hill’s hard-working production is very easy to settle… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Jamie Lloyd’s Production of Evita

The production will play at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre from the 2nd August. Full casting has been confirmed for Jamie Lloyd’s upcoming production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, playing as part of the Regent Park Open Air Theatre’s 2019 season for a limited run this August. Joining the previously announced… Read More

Review Round Up: Our Town, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Regent Park Open Air Theatre’s revival of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Time Out: *** “Compared to the brilliant US production that ran at the Almeida in 2014, McDougall’s ‘Our Town’ feels chillier and more cerebral – neither of which are bad things, but it doesn’t… Read More

LLLC’s Theatre Tickets Picks: Sunday 13th January

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s theatre picks of shows coming in  2019 you might want to book a ticket to now… Evita, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre: completing the Park’s Summer 2019 season and following on from the theatre’s successful production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar, you won’t want to miss this new production directed by Jamie Lloyd. Emilia, Vaudeville Theatre: following its successful run at the Shakespeare’s… 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

Shows Opening…August 2018

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the shows to look out for during August… if you aren’t heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.  1. Othello, Shakespeare’s Globe: now in previews at the theatre, this production is directed by Claire van Kampen. This production includes an impressive cast list such as Olivier Award winner Sheila Atim… Read More

REVIEW: As You Like it, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

This latest production at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is delightful from beginning to end, making for a perfect summer treat.  There is plenty to enjoy in Max Webster’s glorious production of William Shakespeare’s comedy in which the madness is fully embraced by all of the cast, leading to some wonderful characterisations that keeps… Read More