NEWS: Nunsense the Musical to Play at The Union Chapel

It has been confirmed that the musical will play at the Union Chapel from the 18th to the 20th July. The cast for Andrew Wright’s production will be led by actress and comedienne Dillie Keane best known as one third of the comedy cabaret trio Fascinating Aïda. Her theatre credits include Single Again and many additional… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Festive Picks

Looking to do something festive in London this year? Well Love London Love Culture has picked some of the best things to visit to get you in the festive mood… 1. The Greatest Snowman, Pedley Street Station: jump onboard the luxurious Arctic Express for Funicular Productions Christmas treat, complete with a delicious four course menu created… Read More

NEWS: Union Chapel Announces Winter Warmers Series

The Islington venue has announced a series of  Winter Warmer events will take place between the 3rd-9th December to raise money to repair the chapel’s School Sunday Hall .  Filled with family film screenings, disco yoga, a cockney singalong and a Christmas market, Union Chapel’s Winter Warmers Week will not only help visitors to get… Read More

PREVIEW: Michael Che, Union Chapel

US comedian and host of Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update has announced his first London show in three years will take place at the Union Chapel on the 30th July.  Having previously performed in the UK with his shows ‘Cartoon Violence’, his debut in 2013 and, most recently, ‘Six Stars’ in 2015, Michael Che returns to… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Fever Pitch the Opera

Casting for the lead roles in the upcoming production of Fever Pitch the Opera, playing at the Union Chapel from the 22nd September, has been announced.  This new production will mark the 25th anniversary since the book was published and is the first musical adaptation of the story, with author Nick Hornby giving his blessing to… Read More

NEWS: Nick Hornby’s Fever Pitch Transformed into Musical

Highbury Opera Theatre have announced that their next production will be the first musical adaptation of Nick Hornby’s classic novel to be performed at the Union Chapel.  Running between the 21st-24th September, this new staging of the novel will mark the 25th anniversary since it was published. Exploring the author’s obsession with Arsenal Football Club,… Read More