REVIEW: Grief is the Thing with Feathers, The Barbican

Based on award-winning novel by Max Porter, Grief is the Thing with Feathers premiered in Galway last year. Now this tale of loss and grief, adapted for the stage and directed by Enda Walsh, arrives at the Barbican for its London run. Produced by Wayward Productions Grief is the Thing with Feathers is a story… Read More

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Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Ticket Picks of the Week: Sunday 27th January

Here is Love London Love Culture’s theatre ticket picks on sale now… Fiddler on the Roof, Playhouse Theatre: arriving directly in the West End following its sold out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Trevor Nunn’s critically acclaimed production transfers to the Playhouse Theatre from the 21st March. It is set to prove as popular in the West End, so make sure that you don’t miss out on tickets – catch… Read More

Interview With…Amit Lahav

Love London Love Culture chatted to Gecko‘s Artistic Director about  the company making its Barbican debut as part of the London  International Mime Festival.   Hi Amit, thank you so much for taking the time to talk to me. What can audiences expect from ‘The Wedding’? The unexpected! I actually think that’s a very difficult question in a way, because The Wedding has been built and created to take you inside yourself. I suppose they can expect… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Year

It has been a busy year for LLLC – here’s a guide to some of what we  have been up to in the last 12 months… Take a Journey to the Underworld: perhaps a slight exaggeration but Love London Love Culture thoroughly enjoyed Funicular Productions immersive dining and theatre experience – which is also a great way to meet new people! I Am Of Ireland, Old Red lion Theatre: LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington enjoyed this production of Seamus Finnegan’s play… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 16th December 2018

Here’s a few news, reviews and interview pieces that have been proving popular on LLLC this week…. Cinderella, New Victoria Theatre:  Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon took a trip to Woking to catch the New Victoria Theatre’s latest pantomime starring Craig Revel Horwood and Paul Chuckle. Our review is live now.   Interview with Vince… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Deals of the Week: Sunday 9th December

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the most popular tickets we have on offer at the moment if you are searching for a perfect gift for friends or family…  1. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: Yes that’s right – Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s popular musical is returning to the West… Read More

NEWS: Roy Budd’s The Phantom of the Opera to be Performed at the Barbican

It has been confirmed that Roy Budd’s score  Rupert Julian’s 1925 silent film version of The Phantom at the Opera will be performed live at the Barbican for one night only next year.  This newly announced performance is only the second time that Roy Budd’s score will be heard live, with all finds raised from the… Read More

REVIEW: Périclès, Prince de Tyr, Barbican

Cheek by Jowl’s production of Pericles is engaging and passionately performed but can get a little bit lost in translation… There is no denying that this play written  by William Shakespeare and George Wilkins has a lot of ideas and characters thrown into it – Goddesses, shipwrecks, love, grief and loss among other elements which somehow… Read More

Five Minutes With… Cecile Leterme

The actress is currently starring in Cheek by Jowl’s production of Pericles which comes to the Barbican in London from the 6th to the 21st April. She spoke to Love London Love Culture about what to expect from the production…. Could you tell me a bit more about what audiences can expect from Périclès? The lifetime… Read More

Review Round Up: Basquiat: Boom for Real, The Barbican

Now on display at the Barbican, this is the first UK exhibition focused on the work of  American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. Here’s Love London Love Culture’s round up of what critics have been saying about it:  The Guardian: **** “There is the pervasive feeling that everything here was made live and direct, in response to something… Read More