Review Round Up: The Woods, Royal Court Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Lucy Morrison’s production now playing at the Royal Court Theatre.  The Stage: *** “The Woods is arguably worth catching for the production alone, though. Morrison’s staging is wonderfully atmospheric – and Sharp and Mothersdale are both on top form. A overwhelming production of an underwhelming play.”… Read More

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NEWS: Casting Announced for The Woods

Casting has been confirmed for the Royal Court’s upcoming production of The Woods, directed by Royal Court Associate Director Lucy Morrison.  Playing at the theatre from the 5th September, it has been announced that Finn Bennett, Tom Mothersdale and Lesley Sharp are set to star in Lucy Morrison’s production of Robert Alan Evans’s play. Further casting has… Read More

Review Round Up: Pity, Royal Court Theatre

Sam Pritchard directs Rory Mullarkey’s latest play for the Royal Court Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews here: The Guardian: ** “The play is not helped by Sam Pritchard’s production, which opts for aural and visual overkill. Given that the play is about chaos, a starker, simpler approach would have been better.” WhatsOnStage:… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Pity at the Royal Court Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for the world premiere of Rory Mullarkey’s Pity, playing at the Royal Court Theatre from the 12th July.  A normal day.A person stands in the market square watching the world go by. What happens next verges on the ridiculous. There’s ice cream. Sunshine. Shops. Some dogs. A wedding. Bombs. Candles. Blood.… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for One For Sorrow at the Royal Court Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for the Royal Court Theatre’s upcoming production of Cordelia Lynn’s One For Sorrow.  It has been announced that Kitty Archer, Pearl Chanda, Neil Dudgeon, Irfan Shamji and Sarah Woodward will star in James MacDonald’s production, playing at the Royal Court Theatre from the 20th June. During an attack on London, 20 year… Read More

NEWS: Dennis Kelly’s Girls and Boys to Transfer to New York

Following its successful run at the Royal Court Theatre, it has been announced that Dennis Kelly’s Girls and Boys will transfer to New York from the 12th June.  Lyndsey Turner’s production will transfer to the Minetta Lane Theatre for five weeks only, with BAFTA award winner Carey Mulligan reprising her critically acclaimed role. They met at… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Instructions for Correct Assembly at the Royal Court

The Royal Court Theatre has confirmed casting for its upcoming production of Instructions for Correct Assembly.  Directed by Hamish Pirie, it has been announced that Michele Austin, Jason Barnett, Mark Bonnar, Jane Horrocks, Shaniqua Okwok and Brian Vernel are all set to star in the world premiere of Thomas Eccleshare’s play. Harry and Max weren’t satisfied with… Read More

Review Round Up: Girls and Boys, Royal Court Theatre

Carey Mulligan stars in Dennis Kelly’s play about one ordinary family falling apart. But what have critics been saying about it?  An unexpected meeting at an airport leads to an intense, passionate, head-over-heels relationship. Before long they begin to settle down, buy a house, juggle careers, have kids – theirs is an ordinary family. But… Read More

Review Round Up: Gundog, Royal Court Theatre

Simon Longman’s new play is being presented as part of the Royal Court’s Jerwood New Playwrights programme. Here’s what critics have had to say about it… On a farm in the middle of nowhere, sisters Becky and Anna try to hold their family together after the death of their mother. Time is always moving somewhere –… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 14th January 2018

Missed anything that Love London Love Culture has reported on this week? Don’t worry – here’s the top ten posts to read… 1. Lobster, Theatre503 review: this week Love London Love Culture paid a visit to Theatre504 for this charming if heartbreaking love story between two women. Read the full review here. 2. East, King’s Head… Read More