I have found this video months ago, but just decided to share. I love the perfect combination of music and theatre.
With new exciting theatre projects on the way, this is a huge inspiration for me. 8 more words
Everyone loves Sherlock Holmes – perhaps the world’s most famous detective who has a little difficulty expressing his feelings, but a razor sharp mind for detail to compensate. 973 more words
Last week was hard for a lot of us. But let’s regroup and talk about something positive! 239 more words
It’s been a tale of contrasting fortunes for the House of Plantagenet and the House of Windsor in recent days.
Practically a State occasion and if not quite, it certainly felt like one, the reinterment of Richard III’s mortal remains commanded the attendance of members of the present-day Royal household, a new setting of the National Anthem by the Master of the Queen’s Music, a fine poem in his honour by the Poet Laureate read by his Oscar-nominated relative Benedict Cumberbatch, not to mention various Yorkists, Lancastrians and a Gilbert and Sullivan-like cast of titled servants including the Constable of the Tower and Yeoman Warders. 502 more words