Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th January 2021

Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of the week… Review of Accents by Ensemble K: this week, we took a listen to the orchestral group’s debut album which was officially released on Friday. It brings together pieces by the likes of Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin, Claude Debussy and Aaron Copland. We described… Read More

REVIEW: Troy by Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry provides lively commentary in this retelling of the Trojan war. Following on from his retellings of the Greek Heroes and Greek Myths, Stephen Fry turns his attention to the epic story of Try and its down fall, bringing to life the key characters and moments of the war from start to finish. Told… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Guide to Books to Pre-order

As we spend a lot more time at home and in the sunshine, here’s a guide to some of the best books available to pre-order now… Daughters of Night by Laura Shepherd-Robinson (28th January 2021): following the success of her debut novel Blood & Sugar, Laura Shepherd-Robinson’s next novel sees Caroline Corsham attempting to seek… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th May 2020

Here’s a guide to some of what LLLC has been covering in the last week in case you missed anything… Review of Blackeyed Theatre’s production of Jane Eyre: having had to cancel its international tour early, Blackeyed Theatre kindly shared a recorded version of the production through the company’s Youtube channel. This is the last… Read More

NEWS: Rehearsal Images Released for The Understudy

New images have been released of the cast in self-isolation, rehearsing for the upcoming broadcast of The Understudy. Rehearsal images have been released of the cast for Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation of The Understudy, based on on the novel by David Nicholls. This new online self-isolation radio play is set to be broadcast in two parts… Read More

REVIEW: Mythos by Stephen Fry

For those curious about Greek mythology, this is a wonderfully lively retelling of these famous stories. Prepare to enter a world filled with monsters, Gods and Goddesses as well as magic for this entertaining retelling of some of the most famous stories to exist. Through his own quirky and humorous style, Stephen Fry offers an… Read More

NEWS: Brand New Radio Play The Understudy to be Broadcast

The brand new online ‘self-isolation’ radio play based on the novel by David Nicholls is set to be broadcast in two parts in May. It has been announced that the play written by Henry Filloux-Bennett and based on the novel by David Nicholls will be broadcast in two parts on Wednesday 20th May and Wednesday 27th May… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Books of 2019

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon rounds up some of her favourite reads of the year… Circe by Madeline Miller: following on from her successful retelling of the story of Achilles, Madeline Miller puts another contemporary take on another memorable Greek myth. Written with great insight and filled with imaginative descriptions this is a memorable… Read More

REVIEW: Heroes by Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry breathes new life into these classic tales of Ancient Greek heroes. It is no secret that since a child I have had an ongoing fascination with Greek mythology and all the stories of the Greek heroes. Where this interest came from I have no idea but it is still a part of me… Read More

NEWS: Stephen Fry and Frank Turner to be Guest Speakers for World Premiere Run of Gin For Breakfast

It has been confirmed that Stephen Fry and Frank Turner will be among the guest speakers during Gin for Breakfast’s run at the Tristan Bates Theatre.  Whatever Guise Productions, producer of Gin For Breakfast at the Tristan Bates Theatre, has announced its line-up of after-show talks, including contributions from Stephen Fry, Frank Turner, Mat Horne, Hugo Rifkind and Oliver Kamm. The after-show talks… Read More