Love London Love Culture’s Best Immersive Theatre Experiences

Like your theatre to be a bit more extraordinary or exciting? Then here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to the best immersive experiences in London to book…  1. Mamma Mia! The Party, The O2:  not arriving in the UK until 2019, make sure you bring your platform boots for this ultimate Mamma Mia! experience. This… Read More

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Interview With…Doug Foster

Emma Clarendon spoke to the video designer about Sounds and Sorcery based on Disney’s Fantasia, now playing at the Vaults.  Hi Doug, thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. What can audiences expect from Sounds & Sorcery? Sounds & Sorcery is a walk-around experience in which the audience can explore a variety of themed tunnels,… Read More

NEWS: The Vaults to Present Divine Proportions

From the 14th September, the Vaults will present a brand new theatrical dining experience based on the story of Dionysus, God of Wine and Merriment.  With tickets costing from £35 which includes a five course banquet, Divine Proportions is an immersive dining experience that aims to blur the lines between food and fetish. By using… Read More

REVIEW: Sounds and Sorcery: Celebrating Disney’s Fantasia, The Vaults

While this immersive experience brings to life what Disney’s original film achieved, it feels as though it doesn’t quite go far enough with its ideas and imagination.  I have long been fascinated by Disney’s 1940 film Fantasia, from childhood I fell in love with all of the ‘stories’ that were used to showcase some wonderful… Read More

NEWS: The Vaults to Celebrate Disney’s Fantasia

The Vaults has announced details of its upcoming experience Sounds and Sorcery, celebrating Disney’s Fantasia, performing from the 3rd July.  The brand new immersive experience will mark the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse and is inspired by the classic 1940 film Fantasia. It will feature  series of unique installations to bring some of the world’s most… Read More

REVIEW: Teddy, The Vaults

This musical might celebrate the 1950’s and post-war Britain but its undertones of violence and the Bonnie and Clyde type relationship at its centre highlights the darker elements of the decade… Taking place in Elephant and Castle one Saturday night in 1956, Teddy and Josie are about to go on a journey, pushing the boundaries… Read More

Shows Opening…April 2018

As we speed towards the end of the month, here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the best shows opening in April…  1. Strictly Ballroom, Piccadilly Theatre: Drew McOnie’s production opens for previews on the 29th March, officially opening on the 24th April. Based on the hit film, the cast is led by Jonny… Read More

Interview With… Natasha Sutton Williams

Natasha Sutton Williams spoke to Love London Love Culture about Freud the Musical and bringing it to the Vault Festival.  How excited are you about bringing Freud the Musical back to London as part of the Vault Festival? Super excited! To my mind VAULT Festival is what the Edinburgh Fringe was when it started in… Read More

NEWS: Run Extended for Teddy at The Vaults

Snapdragon productions has announced that the run of the award-winning 1950’s rock’n’roll musical is now playing for an extra four weeks at The Vaults.  Teddy, the 1950’s musical will now play at The Vaults from the 29th March until the 3rd June. It has also been announced that the official album Songs from Teddy the Musical by… Read More

Interview With… Thomas Martin

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture about If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You, playing as part of the Vault festival from the 14th February.  Hi Thomas, thank you so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you tell me a little bit more about… Read More