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The Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017

I can’t believe it’s been a year since that last launch of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. I am even more excited about this years festival as now I live back in Norfolk I can attend SO many more of the events than I did last year. 1,051 more words


The New Healy Playhouse, 911 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas

The Motion Picture News, September 9, 1911:

“The above cut was taken from a postal card on the reverse side of which was the following communication: 177 more words


Fools and Heroes Glasgow


LARP or Live Action Role Play is latest form of gaming to capture the UKs imagination. Using improv, costumes and outdoor settings, it is literally a breath of fresh air. 760 more words


Times Square Theatre, 1446 Broadway

Moving Picture World, August 6, 1910:

“If you should walk from one end of Broadway to the other, and also on Forty-second street, two of New York’s most popular theatrical thoroughfares, you will find but one, out of probably two dozen or more theaters, in which pictures alone are shown. 302 more words


10 places every literary fan should visit

1. The Long Room at the Library of Trinity College Dublin

Built in the early 1700s, tourists come from all over the world to see this magnificent library. 650 more words


Queen Theatre, Los Angeles

The Film Index, March 4, 1911

“H. B. and F. N. Knapp, who owned and managed the Queen, Vaudette and Peter Pan Theatres in Battle Creek, Michigan, have opened the first real classy suburban theatre in Los Angeles–the Queen Theatre–at the corner of Jefferson Street and Vermont Avenue. 206 more words


Traditions and Tales of a Victorian Christmas

Christmas brings nostalgia, often with chocolate box images of Victorian Britain; an association immortalised in Charles Dickens’ novella A Christmas Carol. Now Edinburgh Castle… 535 more words