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I love a bit of Nostalgia

Last night P was running important errands at the Mall, I later found out he has bought all the bits and bobs required to create a tea station for his colleagues in his office so they no longer have to walk ages to make a beverage.   651 more words

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Rubba-Dubba giggle, Rubba-Dubba laugh, it's tour number four of Big Red Bath!

Today is the first day of a week of refresher rehearsals where we will also welcome our new cast member. We’re back at the glorious Half Moon Theatre in Limehouse and under the expert eyes of Director Chris Elwell and our very own Harriet Hardie, so it’s time to get this show back on the road! 206 more words

Theatre

Lazy Blogger: The Video Update Edition

Despite my best efforts to maintain this blog on a regular basis it seems I’ve gotten caught up in a lot of other things that demand my attention and have taken away my time and motivation to write.  380 more words

Music

#AtoZChallenge: C is for Cumberbatch

The Inspirations, Ugly Truths, and Things That Make You Go “Huh?” for Under A Melting Sun

C is for CUMBERBATCH

So brace yourselves. These next three posts are all about the men of Under A Melting Sun, and the muses who inspired them. 580 more words

Novels, Novellas, Narratives

Olivier Awards

Two new postcards that I picked up recently at the National Theatre in London are these Olivier Awards promos for two of the theatre’s biggest hits, … 284 more words

Deltiology

War Horse

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DreamWorks Pictures’ “War Horse,” director Steven Spielberg’s epic adventure, is a tale of loyalty, hope and tenacity set against a sweeping canvas of rural England and Europe during the First World War. 152 more words

Movie 2010 - 2015

Review: War Horse at the Bristol Hippodrome

Most of you probably don’t know this, but I’m a huge theatre fan. Acting and performing have always been hobbies of mine, and although I love sitting down in front of the TV to watch a good film or an episode of my favourite show, sometimes nothing beats the spectacle of a live performance. 671 more words

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