Review Round Up: Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s Globe

Discover what critics had to say about the Shakespeare’s Globe production, directed by Sean Holmes. The Upcoming: **** “In short, Twelfth Night is an example of Shakespeare done right, bridging the gap between the historic texts and modern audiences through witty performances, live music, and even a little dancing. For fans of the Bard or not, it’s… Read More

Review Round Up: Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare’s Globe

We round up the reviews for Ola Ince’s production of Shakespeare’s tragedy. iNews: ** “But while Ola Ince’s passionate but ultimately crude reinvention makes an admirable attempt to say something new, it obliterates the play’s nuance in the process.” The Guardian: **** “This is a high-stakes rewiring of Romeo and Juliet with so much energy and cleverness… Read More

Review Round Up: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s Globe

We round up the reviews for the Shakespeare’s Globe revival of its 2019 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Time Out: “its cheery maximalism is a blessed relief from the endless diet of minimalism, misery and compromise we’ve been subject to over the last year. Jean Chan‘s costumes are an absolute wonder, the fairies decked… Read More

NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe is to Reopen From April

The theatre has confirmed details of its reopening plans for April – with details of a Summer season to be announced. It has been announced that from the 13th April, socially distanced tours of the theatre will resume at the theatre, meanwhile Swan at the Globe, the Globe’s on-site bar and restaurant will be open… Read More

NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe to Reopen for Open-Air Film Screenings

The Globe Theatre is set to reopen from the 13th to the 15th November for a weekend of socially distanced, open-air film screenings. Audiences are invited to wrap up warm as they attend Shakespeare on Screen, a series of eight films inspired by Shakespeare, from the unique Playhouse that inspired him. Films include The Lion King, West Side Story, and… Read More

NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe Announces Halloween Digital Festival

The Shakespeare and Fear Festival will run from the 31st October until the 9th November. Filmed in the candle-lit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare and Fear is the second digital festival and is set to open on the 31st October with Deep Night, Dark Night – a film of old, new and true ghost stories. It will include… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Guide to London Experiences

Thinking about venturing back to London but not sure what to do? Here’s a few different ideas for you… Take part in a West End Silent Disco Walking tour: missing West End musicals? Why not get your fix by taking part in Silent Tours’s special walking tour devoted to taking guests on a journey around… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Streaming Picks of the Week: Monday 1st June

For those who are missing the theatre, here’s a guide to some productions you will be able to watch this week… Random Selfies, Brixton House Theatre (4th June, 3.30pm): as part of its House to House project, the newly named Brixton House Theatre (formerly the Ovalhouse Theatre) delves into its archives to present Mike Kenny’s… Read More

LLLC’s Valentine’s Day ideas…

With Valentine’s day fast approaching, here’s a few ideas of what you and your loved one can do to celebrate… Take a tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe and enjoy an afternoon tea: for those who enjoy a bit of culture, why not take a guided tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe, revealing the history behind this… Read More

NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe Announces Casting for Swive [Elizabeth],

The new play created by Ella Hickson and Natalie Abrahami will play at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse from the 6th December until the 15th February. Full casting has been announced for Natalie Abrahami’s production which will begin performances at Shakespeare’s Globe’s Sam Wanamaker Playhouse on the 6th December. This world premiere production is set to… Read More