Love London Love Culture’s Theatre Ticket Picks of the Week: Sunday 17th March

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s weekly theatre guide to the must book to see shows in London at the moment. Waitress, Adelphi Theatre: opening to sweeter than pie reviews, Waitress is the new must-see musical in London that is proving just as popular with audiences as it is with critics. Starring Katherine McPhee and Marisha… Read More

Review Round Up: Admissions, Trafalgar Studios

Find out what the critics made of Daniel Aukin’s production at the Trafalgar Studios. London Theatre Direct: “I am impressed by the power of the storytelling, but it is an extraordinary play – probably the best I have seen both for acting and for the lingering messaging that prompted conversation after the play, and for… Read More

NEWS: Philip Ridley’s Vincent River to Play at the Trafalgar Studios

It has been confirmed that Robert Chevara’s production will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 16th May. Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy will also be reprising their roles in  Robert Chevara’s acclaimed production of Philip Ridley’s play, which is transferring to the Trafalgar Studios following a successful run at the Park Theatre last year.… Read More

PREVIEW: Admissions, Trafalgar Studios

This new play from Joshua Harmon will play at the Trafalgar Studios  before embarking on UK tour.  Transferring directly from New York’s Lincoln Centre Theater, ER actress Alex Kingston is set to star in Daniel Aukin’s production at the Trafalgar Studios before it embarks on a UK tour. Sherri is the Head of Admissions at a private school, fighting to diversify the student intake and she wants you to know… Read More

NEWS: Mark Gatiss Joins Cast of Dark Sublime

The stage and screen star will join the production, playing at the  Trafalgar Studios from the 25th June.   It has been announced that Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, BBC1; Doctor Who, BBC1; The Madness of George III, Nottingham Playhouse; The League of Gentlemen, BBC Two and UK tour) will be lending his voice for the part of Kosley, a hysterical talking computer, in the world premiere of Dark… Read More

Review Round Up: Coming Clean, Trafalgar Studios

Adam Spreadbury-Maher’s production of Kein Elyot’s play transfers to the Trafalgar  Studios and Love London Love Culture has rounded up the reviews.  The Guardian: *** “Later plays such as The Inheritance and Angels in America have offered a more comprehensive view of gay relationships. But Elyot, as far as Britain goes, was a pioneer in the field, and his debut play shows that, whatever your orientation, few things are more devastating than sexual deception.” Evening… 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

NEWS: Star Trek Star Marina Sirtis to Star in Dark Sublime

The actress will make her West End debut in the world premiere of Dark Sublime at the Trafalgar Studios next year.  Written by Michael Dennis, it has been announced that  Dark Sublime will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 25th June. Oli arrives at the door of a now-forgotten sci-fi icon – impatient to… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Top 10 Deals of the Week: Sunday 28th October

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s top ten theatre ticket deals for readers available here.  1. The Great Gatsby, Immersive Ensemble:  love immersive theatre? Then you won’t want to miss Immersive Ensemble’s Great Gatsby experience. Get lost in the world of Jay Gatsby in this new immersive experience of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby complete with… Read More

NEWS: A Hundred Words For Snow to Play at the Trafalgar Studios

It has been confirmed that playwright Tatty Hennessy’s coming of age story will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 5th March 2019.  Directed by Lucy Atkinson, A Hundred Words for Snow is Tatty Hennessy’s coming of age play about  grief, courage and polar bears, returning to London following a run at at the Vault Festival earlier… Read More