Rediscovered Classic

Love All



8 September -
8 October 2022


“Theatre life isn’t always a bed of roses.”

Lydia thought abandoning the West End to elope to Venice with a romantic novelist would be exciting. But Godfrey writes all day, his divorce is taking forever, and the Grand Canal smells ghastly. Back in London, a new female playwright is taking theatreland by storm, and Lydia resolves to bag herself the role of a lifetime. There’s just one snag: the mysterious playwright is Godfrey’s wife.

Hilariously tangled amidst the affairs of the Roaring Thirties in Venice and London, this dazzling comedy is as entertaining as Dorothy L. Sayers‘ best-selling detective novels featuring Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane. Our Artistic Director, Tom Littler, directs Love All’s first major revival.




Karen Ascoe
Karen’s theatre credits include Shakespearean roles, musicals, off Broadway plays and comedy productions. She recently played Gertrude in Guildford Shakespeare Company’s production of Hamlet. She previously appeared at Jermyn Street Theatre in A Splinter of Ice.
Emily Barber
Emily has appeared onstage at the Hampstead Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Exchange Theatre, and in the West End. She has also had roles in Bridgerton and the Alienist.
Daniel Burke
Daniel trained at the Oxford School of Drama and appeared in the RSC’s Imperium series in Stratford and on the West End. He has since worked with the English Theatre in Frankfurt and the Guildford Shakespeare Company
Alan Cox
Alan Cox previously appeared at Jermyn Street Theatre as Leopold Bloom in Ulysses, Heisenberg in Farm Hall and Godfrey Daybrook in Love All. He recently starred in Uncle Vanya at the Hampstead Theatre and is known for his role as Dr Watson in the Barry Levinson production Young Sherlock Holmes.
Bethan Cullinane
Bethan trained at RADA and has worked with the RSC, the Globe, the National Theatre, and the Hampstead Theatre.
Jim Findley
Jim has performed at the Donmar Warehouse, the Lyric Hammersmith, Regent's Park and the Almeida. He has starred in several shows at Jermyn Street Theatre, including The Tempest and For Services Rendered.
Leah Whitaker
Leah has worked extensively in theatre and television, including with the RSC, Shakespeare's Globe, the Royal Court, and Hampstead and Chichester Theatres; and across the BBC and ITV.

Dorothy L. Sayers
Imy Wyatt Corner
Assistant Director
Louie Whitemore
Set Designer
Anett Black
Costume Designer
Chris McDonnell
Lighting Designer
Tom Attwood
Sound Designer
Anna Townley
Stage Manager


“Period-perfect performances.”
Daily Mail
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“The queen of crime, writes a delightful farce with a point as sharp as a stiletto.”
London Living Large
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“Fun and feisty”
Spy in the Stalls
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“Deceivingly traditional on the surface but deeply subversive at its core”
Broadway World
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