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A moment to remember

103 years ago today, the world’s largest and most luxurious ocean liner, R.M.S. Titanic, sank on her maiden voyage. Over 1,500 of her passengers and crew died on a cold, dark and terrifying night in the far reaches of the Atlantic Ocean. 237 more words

The Titanic in Myth and Popular Culture

On the 10th of April 1912, RMS Titanic’s maiden voyage began from Southampton in England to New York City. Five days later, the passenger liner sank within less than 3 hours in the North Atlantic Ocean, after colliding with an iceberg. 793 more words


#KeralaStories: A night -and a half- to remember [ENG Version]

Ok, you may have heard me saying this before but believe me when I say that, when you will be virtually traveling with me, it won’t just be about exploring some picturesque (or not so much) parts of the world. 1,108 more words


Brendan Cole: A Night to Remember 4*

A great evening was had by all at the Watford Colosseum.  I haven’t always watched Strictly Come Dancing but I have for the past few years and Brendan is by far my favourite professional dancer. 321 more words

Brendan Cole - A Night to Remember, Fairfield Hall, Croydon

Brendan Cole, along with fellow veteran, Anton du Beke must surely be the most recognisable face from the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing. The show has boosted it’s stars profiles so much that now many are able to embark on successful UK theatre tours of their own and Cole is no different. 615 more words

Interview with Poet Ninon de Vere De Rosa (The Cold Steel Light Post, I Am The Imaginary Tree Of Light, A Night To Remember)

For the world to see how you can change your life with just a few words of life within yourself. Actors can do this better than I can. 189 more words

Poetry Readings

Under the sky on Christmas day

Looking up at the sky on Christmas day
It felt grey and empty

A contrast to the little bright lights
Shining on the Merry Christmas tree. 81 more words