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We came, we animated, we conquered!

I’m a student at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. That’s a drama school. No, I’m not an actor.

I always have to explain that to people, they get really excited when I say drama school because they think one day I will be famous. 585 more words


3rd Quilt

This quilt was a gift. It was much quicker to make up after my first practice. I love the bright colours, which were chosen by the child’s Mum. 32 more words


A bit wonky but loved all the same

This is quilt number two, Lap size again with 2oz wadding. As usual I fell in love with one of the fabrics first. Red Riding Hood fabric in grey from ebay, then added the other colours. 96 more words


Histoires ou Contes du Temps Passés

Histoires ou Contes du Temps Passés. Stories, or Tales of Once Upon a Time. In 1695 Perrault commissioned a scribe to copy, in beautiful handwriting, “Sleeping Beauty,” “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Bluebeard,” “Puss in Boots,” and “Toads and Diamonds.” The manuscript was entitled… 361 more words

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The New Wolsey’s Rock n Roll Panto: Red Riding Hood [2017]

Ipswich’s pride and joy rests in the New Wolsey’s rock n roll panto, it never disappoints and this year is no exception !

From classic Ipswich- Norwich rivalry jokes to slap stick comedy and fab songs, the panto is amazing as always. 307 more words


Charles Perrault

Charles Perrault (1628-1703) A French author, public servant, and member of the Académie Française, (the official judges of what is and isn’t good French literature) where he took part in the famous Quarrel of the Ancients and Moderns, a debate among French authors and critics as to whether France under Louis XIV had reached a higher level of civilization than ancient Greece and Rome. 267 more words

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Little Red Riding Hood

Source: “Le Petit Chaperon Rouge” From Contes du Temps Passé by Charles Perrault.

Parallels: No version of the story older than this is now known. 304 more words

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