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The First Post.

A transcript as posted on http://www.timminchin.com/:

“In darker days, I did a corporate gig at a conference for this big company who made and sold accounting software. 1,965 more words

Advice

White Wine in the Sun & the Tardis of 'Mum'

Imagine this: you’re Tim Minchin. You’re writing a song. Love and the pull of home is an important part of it. You want to list your faraway family members. 599 more words

Cantar Inglés

July favourites - Music (CD) - Tim Minchin And The Heritage Orchestra - by Tim Minchin

Most musical artists would probably struggle to adapt their songs as well as write brand new ones to fit an orchestra, but Tim Minchin certainly manages it. 170 more words

Review

A Pain That I'm Used To

I’m having pretty mixed feelings right now. On one hand, the agency that I just applied to for housing rejected me, which means I’m back on the market. 1,029 more words

Whatever

Big Mac (in the style of Tim Minchin)

Well my friend your quite boxable
two tiers high you’re so adorable
with the pickles so tasteable
and the chips are very plateable
Oh delicious, edible you… 126 more words

Poetry

Middle East Edu-tainment

Sooo I’ll admit to not really having a huge amount of knowledge about the Middle Eastern conflict between Israel and Palestine, and so over the course of the last week have taken to occasionally seeking out the odd video or two which can explain it to me without having to do any reading (I felt I was doing enough of that for my dissertation). 309 more words

Comedians

A World of Wit and Words: Broadway’s Matilda the Musical

Matilda the Musical
Directed by Matthew Warchus
Book by Dennis Kelly
Music and Lyrics by Tim Minchin
Matinée, July 16, 2014—Broadway’s Shubert Theatre

When the opening number rhymes “miracle” with “umbilical,” you have a pretty good idea of the kind of show you’re in for. 1,044 more words

Musicals