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Strictly Ballroom, theatre review, London

Strictly Ballroom is a dazzling, sequined, joyous, life-affirming bundle of unadulterated pleasure and utter joy.  It is a perfect antidote to all of life’s ails, it should be available on the NHS to those feeling blue. 204 more words

Fun That Isn't Food

Mamma Mia

Join the ultimate feel-good party at MAMMA MIA!, the world’s sunniest and most exhilarating smash-hit musical!

Set on a Greek island paradise, a story of love, friendship and identity is cleverly told through the timeless songs of… 128 more words


5 Great Tips for Discreet Street Photography

In my previous post about the things I avoid in street photography I talked about how remaining discreet was important in my approach to street photography. 1,823 more words

Garry Winogrand

One Week, Two Very Different Plays

Seems I’ve been on a theatre kick lately, judging by this being the third post in a row about shows I’ve seen recently. Honestly, with the state of the world lately—and the disturbing news coming out of our home country, in particular: North Korea and Trump tossing serious threats back and forth, white supremacists marching through the University of Virginia, Baltimore calling for a 72-hour “cease-fire” like it’s a war zone because there have been 208 homicides this year so far, and it’s only August!—can you blame me for wanting to mentally escape the real world for a few hours? 366 more words

Watching Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" in London

Watching a performance in West End could be a touristy thing to do in London. But when you’re into arts and culture and you find yourself in one of the world’s culture capitals, what can you do?  878 more words