NEWS: Anton Du Beke to Make Pantomime Debut at Richmond Theatre

It has been announced that the Strictly Come Dancing star will be starring in Richmond Theatre’s production of Cinderella. Richmond Theatre have announced that Anton Du Beke is set to star in its Christmas pantomime Cinderella as Buttons when the production begins performances from the 3rd December. Best known for his role on strictly Come… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Show Picks of the Week: Monday 10th February

Here’s LLLC’s weekly guide to some of the shows you might want to book tickets for… The Wedding Singer, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre: while critics may have had mixed thoughts on this musical based on the Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore film, if you are looking for entertainment then why not pop along? Endgame, Old… Read More

Interview With… Lyn Paul

The actress chatted to us about returning to the role of Mrs Johnstone in the current UK tour of Blood Brothers. Hello Lyn, thanks for joining me today, and welcome back to Blood Brothers! It must be like greeting an old friend!It certainly is!, It is like greeting an old friend, absolutely – but terrifying… Read More

REVIEW: Ten Times Table, Richmond Theatre

This inaugural production from Bill Kenwright’s The Classic Comedy Theatre Company has a great cast – but feels slightly flat. What happens when you put a bunch of characters with different views around one table in order to create a pageant that re-enacts a local piece of history? Well as seen by this gentle comedy… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 24th November 2019

Here’s this weeks guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC including news, reviews and interviews… Interview with Joseph Potter: the actor chatted to us about making his stage debut in this new production of Bernard Shaw’s Candida at the Orange Tree Theatre. Review of Spectrum by Westlife: this week we took a listen… Read More

REVIEW: Frankenstein, Richmond Theatre

Rona Munro’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic horror story puts the author at the centre but at what cost to the story itself? In her programme foreword, writer Rona Munro states that above all else she hopes that this play terrifies the audience. Well, it might not terrify the audience as such it does offer… Read More

REVIEW: 84 Charing Cross Road, Richmond Theatre

It might be sweet and nostalgic, but this stage adaptation of 84 Charing Cross Road lacks momentum and purpose.  I love the idea of two people’s lives and their relationship being played out through letters – it’s warm, honest and affectionate way to get to know the characters and their stories but it is a… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 12th November

Missed anything that Love London Love Culture covered this week? Worry not as LLLC rounds up the most popular reads of the week… 1. As You Like it, Richmond Theatre: Love London Love Culture paid a visit to Richmond Theatre to see the touring production of Shakespeare’s comedy, created by Shared Experience and Theatre By the Lake.… Read More

REVIEW: As You Like it, Richmond Theatre

Shared Experience‘s colourful and playful production of Shakespeare’s comedy has plenty of energy and enthusiasm to keep the audience entertained.  This Shared Experience and Theatre By the Lake production really throws everything at this vibrant and joyous production which makes the most of the playful and silliness of Shakespeare’s play. From music and dance elements… Read More

NEWS: Hong Kong Music Series Comes to London

From the 7th to the 28th July, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council will present, for the first time in London, the Hong Kong Music Series in several locations across the capital.  The series will present music and artists from the region to explore the cultural history and current musical present of Hong Kong on an… Read More