This new experience from the team behind Alice’s Adventures Underground, Sherlock Holmes An Online Adventure – The Case of the Hung Parliament really gets audience’s brains working in this clever and innovative production.
Thirty-minute piece Shaken from The Actors Centre effectively explores the aftermath of a disaster and whether lessons can be learnt to prevent it from happening again.
Recognition is a powerful and fascinating audio drama that I can really see working well as a two hander on stage – definite potential to be explored further and adapted into a live show.
We round up the reviews for Lolita Chakrabarti’s new play Hymn, starring Adrian Lester and Danny Sapani.
Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the digital production of Terence Rattigan’s one-woman play All on Her Own starring Janie Dee.
Covert Firmament has many pieces available to watch and listen to as part of the Living Record Festival until 22 February 2021.
This new album is the latest stage in the musical’s ongoing developing journey. Marking four years since its London premiere, this new musical following the fortunes of four artists experiencing joy, heartbreak and sacrifices on their career journey is now back in the form of an album. Featuring a new score, band and orchestral arrangements… Read More
Good Grief, an intimately told story of grief and love will resonate with anyone struggling with grief and finding the strength to move forward with life.
Skye Hallam’s thoughtful and warm play Heads Or Tails exploring life, death and everything in between, manages to cover a lot of topics in 40 minutes.
Dazzling from start to finish, the high quality of the performances, music and of course the venue featured in Musicals: The Greatest Show reminded us why exactly we are missing the theatre.
Inventive and thoughtful dance piece Identity explores what we see if we take our ‘masks’ off and allows ourselves to be us and not what society expects.
Vibrant and heartfelt, this cast recording of the music from In The Willows, the hip hop take based on The Wind in the Willows, highlights a great musical to get children into musical theatre.
The experimental short film The Zizz is suitably theatrical in style but needs a bit more clarity to make more sense.
Wanting to enjoy some theatre with a twist? Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to five online immersive productions that you will want to have a look at…
Actress Emily Redpath chatted to us about starring in the new filmed production of Romeo & Juliet.
Filled with pain and sorrow, Three Hotels is a powerful piece of drama with two strong performances at its heart that make the audience sit up and pay attention.
First seen at the Orange Tree Theatre in 2019, Maya Arad Yasur’s play Amsterdam is a stark reminder that we should never forget the past and as much as possible try and prevent history repeating itself.
Actress Andrea Hall chatted to us about Samuel Bailey’s play Shook which is being released to watch digitally.
Overall, Flight Paths is an absorbing and educational experience that really captures the attention and imagination from start to finish.
Having had its run of live performances cut short, thank goodness the English National Ballet recorded Nutcracker Delights, this gorgeous scaled back treat for audiences to enjoy at home.