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#254: What I Think of Musical Theatre in Singapore

Yesterday was a one-word prompt day for Writing 101, and today is a photo prompt. I saw this photo (the featured image of this post) being one of the photo prompts and it vaguely reminds me of Broadway. 859 more words


Waiting for the change

Recently I had a very dark day and I just thought, “I cannot do this.”
And then I thought of all the other times I had thought that, and even though I had felt that way, life did not stop simply because I felt overwhelmed. 146 more words


Happy Monday - 10 Happy Things

Another gloom Monday, but I’m feeling pretty positive, as I’ve had a good weekend so I’m ready to get back into this week, considering assessments are slowly looming, but it’s nice that every Monday I can look forward to doing this! 625 more words


My Top 10 Favourite Musicals.

Written: 13th August, 2011. 

Ever since I can remember I have had a love for theatre and have been lucky to have the opportunity to see a wide variety of plays, pantomimes and of course musicals, as seen in previous reviews I have experienced two of the best nights of my life this year and that is down to the sheer brilliance of going to the West End in London and seeing some stunning productions. 3,562 more words


Ghost: The Musical (West End Production)

Written: July 8th 2011.

I went to London on Monday night in order to attend a performance of the spectacularly beautiful “Ghost-The Musical” at the Picadilly theatre. 1,407 more words

West End

Are you afraid of GHOST?

Most of us are afraid of something that we don’t know. Some are afraid of the dark because they can’t see anything in the dark. Some are afraid of being wounded because they don’t know how much pain it can give. 400 more words

REVIEW: Ghost the Musical, King's Theatre

In 1990 Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore starred in the tear-jerking romantic fantasy movieGhost. The successful movie gathered 17 awards including two Academy Awards and is remembered for its powerful love story, haunting soundtrack and that iconic pottery scene… 626 more words