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Where music & theatre meet

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


Why the BBC's Sherlock is Stamping Out the Competition

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

Film And TV Production

Sherlock Series Four News: Nothing We Don't Already Know

Last week was hard for a lot of us.  But let’s regroup and talk about something positive! 239 more words


Repost: What's the Deal With Celebrity Crushes?

Have you ever swooned over a celebrity? Kept their photos on your walls or your desktop, or (God forbid) on your phone case? I knew someone who had a Chris Hemsworth iPhone case. 683 more words


Richard III Finally Laid to Rest

Richard III, the King found beneath a car parking lot, has been reburied in a solemn but celebratory service, 530 years after his death in battle.  1,278 more words


S01E01: "Sherlock"

Al momento de elegir “Sherlock” no tenía idea de qué tenía ganas de ver. Novela? Policial? Épica? Tengo un listado de pendientes pero ninguna me llamaba la atención. 891 more words


What Richard III says about us

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