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Footloose -- Playing Chicken with Tractors

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Two high school students decide to play a game of chicken on a dare. In this classic game, two contestants head straight for one another and the winner is the one who doesn’t bail or turn away. 34 more words

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Somebody's Eyes are Reading this Blog

The title is a reference to Footloose but it’s really cheesy so I would just ignore it and keep reading.

I recently saw Footloose in Temple Theatre. 493 more words

Break The 4th Wall

Footloose @ The Peacock Theatre

★★★★

Until September 30th, 2017

You have less than two weeks time left to let you take back to the 1980s by this fun and fabulous revival of the remastered musical of the iconic movie, staring Gareth Gates and Maureen Nolan at London’s Peacock Theatre. 545 more words

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Footloose @ Peacock Theatre

Racky Plews’ production of Footloose has reached its final destination its UK tour at the Peacock Theatre in London. Based on the famous 1984 film that starred Kevin Bacon, the musical follows a high school senior called Ren who moves to a small town called Bomont and, after learning that the small town has banned dancing, plans to overthrow the safety net the reverend has kept the town in for five years. 418 more words

Theatre

Review: 'Ticks along at a reasonable rate' ★★ Footloose, The Peacock Theatre

There’s been a rise of the use of actor/musicians over the last few years and it’s a trend I’m not a fan of. Despite the fact that I’m in awe of anyone with the ability to can sing, dance, act and play at least one musical instrument to a reasonable standard, when all muddled together on stage, sadly the quality of all of the elements tends to suffer. 382 more words

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My Maroc Tales Part I

It was so unbelievable that in a matter of 27 days, Morocco was no longer a strange land to me.  I could still remember the first time that I set foot in the country. 937 more words

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