It’s been a bit of a tough week in London, but here are a few ideas on what to see and do if you are venturing out in the capital.
2016 is coming to an end and to celebrate another year, Emma Clarendon names some of her favourite shows of the year, including Aladdin, Dreamgirls and The Libertine.
After proving to be a great success on Broadway, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical School of Rock, based on the 2003 film starring Jack Black, has finally hit London. Here are five good reasons to be excited about its arrival
Immature, entertaining and energetic are probably the best words to sum up Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical, transferring from Broadway.
With so many great musicals around to see in the West End at the moment, it can be difficult to sort out the best from the rest. Here is what Love London Love Culture recommends you see this month!
From the beginning, what makes this musical so perfect is the way in which it manages to balance between the seriousness and heart-wrenching moments such as when Julie and Steve are forced to leave the show boat due to some ‘questionable’ parentage with some genuinely uplifting and entertaining moments – usually involving Queenie and Joe.
Have you booked up for these six, much-anticipated shows opening in April? They include major musicals Show Boat, Funny Girl and Sunset Boulevard, plus Doctor Faustus starring Game of Thrones hunk Kit Harington and…