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The Night of Sunflower Fields Forever

Have you ever noticed how many people provide you with very useful information when you no longer need it?

“Punch in the stomach, Clare, never the face, especially the jaw.” 666 more words


Groundhog Day

No two days are ever the same, and nor should they be. John Lennon once said “life is what happens when your making other plans”, and I think there is a lot of truth in that. 136 more words

A Summer of Theatre

This summer has been jam-packed full of theatre trips for me, meaning I even had to plan my holidays around the shows I was seeing! I’ve seen everything from traditional Shakespeare, Johnson and Marlowe to an aboriginal production of King Lear, as well as West end shows, musicals and some student theatre thrown into the mix. 305 more words


Junk Drawer: Best of Bill Murray


Anastasia: Phil Connors in “Groundhog Day”

If you, for whatever reason, have still not seen the movie “Groundhog Day,” then you are not only missing out on one of the most iconic comedy movies of all time, you’re also missing out on one of Bill Murray’s best performances. 600 more words


Theatre Reflections - Farewell to the glorious Groundhog Day! London will miss you.

I rarely write about the same show twice, but if you are going to revisit the same production, what better one than Groundhog Day? Having been lucky enough to nab a ticket for tonight’s final London show during public booking, and the front row no less, I couldn’t let the moment pass without reflecting on what has become one of my most loved shows. 995 more words


THEATRE REVIEW: Groundhog Day starring Andy Karl & Carlyss Peer

WORTH A LOOK?: *****

WHERE: Old Vic

WHEN: 17/9, runs to 19/9

64 days ago we went to the final rehearsal of this Tim Minchin musical and were invited by director Matthew Warchus to pay for tickets if we enjoyed that free show. 366 more words


The Caricature of Jesus

Groundhog Day is one of my favorite movies. It’s one of my favorite movies. A personal favorite. I really enjoy watching that movie. I’d call it favorite. 1,247 more words