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Local hero to return as a musical

A musical based on the classic 1983 film Local Hero will have its world premiere in Edinburgh next year.

The Royal Lyceum will be the first to perform the musical, which has been adapted by the theatre’s artistic director David Greig and Bill Forsyth. 247 more words


Films of Character: Local Hero

The state of being one; oneness. That is the definition of unity and nowhere is it more prominent than in the city of Mission Viejo. From the Teen Voice blog to the Community of Character Committee, Mission Viejo embodies what it means to unite its citizens. 297 more words

Movies & Multimedia

Films of Character: Local Hero

After viewing Local Hero, February’s movie that was shown at City Hall, adjacent to the Mission Viejo Library, I realized that even though some movies may have been made many decades before and have a distinct feel, they still remain contemporary and topical to this day.  386 more words

Movies & Multimedia

Local Hero

Happy 2018 everyone! Yes, I am slightly late but really, it’s an achievement I even made it out of bed to write this post.

Since coming back to London from my wonderful home in Kenilworth after seeing family for Christmas, I have felt super sorry for myself, hence why I have gone back into hiding and not written for a couple of weeks. 428 more words


From Here to Eternity

I created this image from a photo of the Standing Stones of Callenish. This stone circle really calls to my heart and this image represents the timelessness of universal energy, the messages of truth which call to us at the spiritual level even more strongly these days, with the cracks representing the openings to alternative universes which can fire up and light our dreams.

Digital Art

Our Garden Hero

This year the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens has been running a campaign called  ‘Local Heroes’ as part of their Growing Together (GT) project… 166 more words


The King’s Theatre and Theatre Royal have launched an initiative that will reward local heroes of Glasgow and beyond.

The city centre venues, which are operated by… 373 more words