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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Michael Morpurgo on War Horse at the New London Theatre

Yesterday I wrote about The Play That Goes Wrong being the perfect show to take reluctant theatre-goers to due to the guaranteed belly laughs. As a more serious option, the other go-to choice I recommend whenever people ask me what THE RUDDY HELL to see, is always War Horse. I’m yet to meet anyone that’s seen War Horse who doesn’t speak about the show without going a bit gooey and misty-eyed. It’s just beautiful. The story of young Albert who follows his beloved  ...

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Friday Feeling, Lists

Friday Feeling!

Right HIYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA huns hope you’re well and have had a LOVELY OLD WEEK! Mine’s been a bit crazy, feel like I’m HERE and THERE and also EVERYWHERE at the moment! But still- here’s the stuff that’s made the world a really magnificent place to live in in the last couple of weeks! OH MY GOD THE BLOODY SUNSHINE! OH hasn’t it been GLORIOUS! My freckles are once again dancing around my face and I’ve blown the dust off my favourite  ...

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Friday Feeling, Lists

A GOOD Friday Feeling!

Ooooh I feel like I’m well getting into the swing of these fortnightly posts of positivity now and hopefully you babes are not getting too bored of reading them! They’re like a little ray of sunshine to write, to reflect on lovely things and make an effort to find things that make me smile and feel good every day. In times of great stress or tumult, I find a really helpful thing to do is to write down five things that I’m grateful for or that have made me smile  to help  ...

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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Great Britain at Theatre Royal Haymarket/Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter

Last week I found myself suddenly with a heaving diary full of shows to see. OH WHAT A HORRIBLE POSITION TO BE IN! So, I managed to schedule in a couple of bumper theatre days, tackling two shows in one fell swoop. As an Edfringe veteran this concept didn’t worry me in the least- once in Edinburgh I think I saw eight shows in one day. So, number 1 theatre day saw me firstly jaunt over to the lovely Theatre Royal Haymarket to catch the West End transfer of Great Britain from the  ...

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