Review Round Up: Misty, Trafalgar Studios

Transferring to the Traflagar Studios from the Bush Theatre where it played earlier this year, Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the show’s latest run…  The Reviews Hub: **** “There are no pigeon holes into which Misty would slot, no single words or phrases that can describe it. Kene could be a force for… Read More

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NEWS: Hot Gay Time Machine to Open at Trafalgar Studios

From the writers of Six and Zak Ghazi-Torbati comes this cabaret comedy show which will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 27th November.  Just like A Christmas Carol – but with fewer ghosts and more gays – the dynamic double-act sing, shimmy and sashay the audience on a time travelling adventure through the history of their favourite… Read More

REVIEW: Dust, Trafalgar Studios

Love London Love Culture’s Maddie Cordes paid a visit to the Trafalgar studios to see the transfer of Milly Thomas’ play. “Enjoy the play about suicide tonight’” my colleagues called after me as I left the office! Well actually I did which was a surprise! Writer and solo performer Milly Thomas with her third showing… Read More

Seven Shows to Book for…September 2018

With Edinburgh winding down for another year, Love London Love Culture selects some of the best London shows to book for in September…. 1. Eugenius!, The Other Palace: eagerly making its return to the theatre from the 1st September, Eugenius! is filled with 80’s references and original songs that will get you singing along whether you… Read More

NEWS:Stage Traffic Productions to Present European Premiere of A Guide for the Homesick

It has been announced that Ken Urban’s new play will make its European debut at the Trafalgar Studios from the 16th October.  Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle, A guide for the Homesick is set to star Douglas Booth and Clifford Samuel. A tender and bittersweet play about conscience and connection. Teddy is searching for a friend for the night.… Read More

Interview with… Sara Joyce

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about the upcoming West End transfer of Milly Thomas’ Dust .  Hi Sara, thanks so much for talking to me. How are you feeling about the transfer? Oh I’m so excited. It’s cool isn’t it? I feel really lucky we get to do the show again and see… Read More

REVIEW: Silk Road (How to Buy Drugs Online), Trafalgar Studios

This one man show is filled with angst and urgency but could be expanded further for a more in depth look at the situation the character finds himself in.  From watching Dominic Shaw’s urgent and ultimately gripping production, it is clear there are two very different sides to Silk Road (How to Buy Drugs Online).… Read More

Interview With….Josh Barrow

The actor spoke to Love London Love Culture about reprising his role in Silk Road (How to Buy Drugs Online), playing at the Trafalgar Studios from the 7th August.  Hi Josh – thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. What can you tell me about Silk Road (How to Buy Drugs Online)? Silk Road is the… Read More

REVIEW: Lonely Planet, Trafalgar Studios

Loving, intelligent and real – Lonely  Planet will remind you of your humanity.  Lonely Planet tells the story of Jody, and his customer turned friend, Carl in the midst of the AIDs epidemic in America. It addresses the societal struggles many gay men faced, the support (and lack there of) given by their community as… Read More

REVIEW: Killer Joe, Trafalgar Studios

Simon Evans build up the tension beautifully in this grippingly intense production as Emma Clarendon found when she paid a visit to the Trafalgar Studios.  It is safe to say that after watching this brilliantly gripping production of Killer Joe my nerves were effectively torn to shreds thanks to the way in which Simon Evans… Read More