NEWS: Casting Announced for Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story

Casting has been confirmed for the London premiere of the show, taking place at Wilton’s Musical Hall from the 18th to the 28th September. Full casting for 2b Theatre Company’s production of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story, directed by Christian Barry. Joining the previously announced Ben Caplan and Mary Fay Coady are Eric Da Costa, Jeff Kingsbury andKelsey McNulty. Written… Read More

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Interview With… Tom Lorcan

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon chatted to the actor about bringing The Sweet Science of Bruising to Wilton’s Music Hall. Hi Tom. What are you most looking forward to about being part of The Sweet Science of Bruising? There are so many things to look forward to, but I suppose performing in such an… Read More

NEWS: 2b Theatre Company to Present Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story at Wilton’s Music Hall

Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story will make its London debut at Wilton’s Music Hall from the 18th to the 28th September. Written by Hannah Moscovitch and directed by Christian Barry, Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story is an eighty minute show is based on a true story of two Jewish Romanian refugees fleeing Romania… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Month: March 2019

Here’s a few reads on Love London Love Culture that have proved particularly popular in March… Review of The Project at the White Bear Theatre: this month Emily Schofield paid a visit to the White Bear Theatre to catch Anthony Shrubshall’s production of Ian Buckley’s play. Review of Rocky Horror Show at New Victoria Theatre:… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 3rd March

Here’s a guide to what you have been reading about this week on Love London Love Culture… Preview of Alys Always at the Bridge Theatre: now in previews at the Bridge Theatre, this world premiere production directed by Nicholas Hytner is based on the novel by Harriet Lane. It is booking at the theatre until… Read More

REVIEW: The Pirates of Penzance, Wilton’s Music Hall

Uplifting, hilarious and witty – The Pirates of Penzance is a truly wonderful night out! I have long been a fan of W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance, so when I initially discovered that an all male production existed I had a lot of questions; Were the female roles being rewritten? Was the show… Read More

REVIEW: Dad’s Army Radio Show, Wilton’s Music Hall

This nostalgically entertaining show offers a new way to experience the classic sitcom.  Marking the 50th anniversary since Jimmy Perry and David Croft’s beloved sitcom first hit television screens, fans of the show are given a new opportunity to relive some of the classic episodes through  three classic radio episodes based on the original television scripts. Performed with great energy and comic timing by David Benson and… Read More

REVIEW: Dietrich: Natural Duty, Wilton’s Music Hall

Peter Groom’s fascinating and entertaining show highlights the extraordinary contribution Marlene Dietrich made during the war.  On entering Wilton’s Music Hall, I was fully prepared to admit that I knew nothing about Marlene Dietrich in terms of either her career or her life – but by the end of Peter Groom’s meticulously researched show I… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 4th November

Here’s a few reviews, interviews, news and features that have been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week…  1. Interview with Nenda Neurer: Love London Love Culture chatted to Nenda about her role in the world premiere stage production of Zadie Smith’s White Teeth, now playing at the Kiln Theatre. 2. Consensual, National Youth Theatre,… Read More

REVIEW: Not About Heroes, Wilton’s Music Hall

Stephen MacDonald’s deeply moving portrait of the friendship between Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen beautifully reveals how their World War I poetry completely reflected their own personalities.  What passing-bells for these who die as cattle? Only the monstrous anger of the guns. Only the stuttering rifles’ rapid rattle Can patter out their hasty orisons.No mockeries now for them; no prayers nor… Read More