Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Week: Sunday 14th October

Here’s a few things that have been proving popular on LLLC this week…. 1. The Wider Earth, Natural History Museum: Love London Love Culture paid a visit after hours to the Natural History Museum to see this refreshing new take on Charles Darwin and the discoveries he made whilst on a five year voyage on the… Read More

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Opinion: The Inspiration for Fake News the Play by Osman Baig

Osman Baig explains why he wrote his one-man show Fake News, playing at the Waterloo East Theatre from the 23rd to the 28th October.  Andy Warhol once said that in the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. I’m not sure if that’s true yet – but in the era of Twitter and Facebook, something… Read More

REVIEW: Liberty Rides Forth, Waterloo East Theatre

David Kent’s new musical has some good ideas musically – but it needs better character development and a stronger book to make it completely enjoyable.  All writers will be able to sympathise with Trevor in this lightly entertaining new musical when it comes to having writers block. The only thing is in Trevor’s case he… Read More

PREVIEW: Liberty Rides Forth!, Waterloo East Theatre

Having performed at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringes, Liberty Rides Forth! will make its London debut at the Waterloo East Theatre from the 2nd October.  Liberty, a mischievous drag queen, unexpectedly springs to life from the pages of Trevor’s new novel. The hapless author is attempting to write a best-seller to win over Susie, the… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for A Nazi Comparison at Waterloo East

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming production, playing at the Waterloo East Theatre from the 3rd to the 29th October.  Clare, A young woman at university happens upon an English translation of a play written by Hitler’s favourite playwright and it upsets her entire world view. She can’t help but see strong parallels… Read More

PREVIEW: A Nazi Comparison, Waterloo East Theatre

Craft Theatre  will present their latest production, devised on ‘Shalateger’ by Hanns Johst (Poet Laurette to the Third Reich), to Waterloo East Theatre from the 3rd October.  Clare, A young woman at university happens upon an English translation of a play written by Hitler’s favourite playwright and it upsets her entire world view. She can’t help but… Read More

Shows Opening: May 2017

Here’s an overview to some of the shows heading to the London stage next month…   Annie, Piccadilly Theatre: with Miranda Hart making her West End debut, Nikolai Foster’s production arrives in London following its successful UK. With songs such as ‘Easy Street’ and ‘Tomorrow’ it will be a fun family orientated show arriving just in time for… Read More

Things to See and Do: Sunday 30th October 2016

It has been a busy week in London and here is a few things you don’t want to miss… From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads, Waterloo East Theatre: finishing on the 6th November, Adrian Berry explores the life and career of David Bowie through the eyes of troubled young person Martin in this surprisingly tender and… Read More

REVIEW: From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads, Waterloo East Theatre

This heartwarming and vivid production about one boy’s journey of self-discovery and mission to find his dad – told through the life and music of David Bowie.  Martin is a teenage boy with problems: his dad left when he was two and he suffers with an illness that no one understands, but the one thing… Read More

NEWS: Jest End to Return to Waterloo East Theatre

Musical comedy parody Jest End will return to the Waterloo East Theatre from November in a new production, following its run in 2015 it has been confirmed.  Written and directed by Garry Lake, the show explores and exposes the successes, the misses and of course the gossip in the world of theatre and is back… Read More