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The Night of the Iguana (1964)

“To pass the time Richard and I had an old English music-hall songfest! Including the really old one that went: 75 more words

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A love letter: is better than chocolate.

As Valentine’s Day approaches think about writing a love letter to your special someone. Valentine’s day is about the expression of love, giving and sharing that we have in our hearts for other people other than our “selfie” loving persona. 251 more words


The Taming of the Shrew (1967, Franco Zeffirelli)

Right. I’ll start us off again then.

I know you’re going to get very angry about The Taming of the Shrew, and quite rightly. 636 more words

Review - The Liz and Dick Show - Dhanil Ali at The Old Red Lion

A million years ago, the first time I ever saw a show in London, it was something my grandmother picked: Little Foxes with Elizabeth Taylor. It wasn’t a show I cared for (or knew anything about) although I noted the audience applauded, just like they do today, when the aged actress walked on stage. 361 more words

Una Carta con la Iguana

Hoy les presentamos otra nueva sección del blog, que hemos llamado “Cervezas Coladas en la Historia”, en la cual les presentamos curiosas imágenes de eventos donde por alguna u otra razón se coló una chela en la foto (digamos que es algo así como un… 76 more words


January 11  

Today, I went to see Cara’s band, The Soul Sensations, shoot a new video. Not only was it interesting for me as a comedian, but it was just fun to watch in general, too. 270 more words

The Night of the Iguana (1964)

“Despite this feeling of content at improving something, I decided – for the umpteenth time in my life! – that I can’t act and must give it up immediately – it’s a genuine feeling of complete incapability. 67 more words