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Amateur Dramatics: The Good, The Bad, and The Shocking!

As an avid wannabe writer/director, you find yourself going to watch performances as often as you can. As a perfectionist, (which all people in the performing arts sector are, or they should be!) it can be very hard to attend the theatre (or any venue/event.) with an open mind. 583 more words


Some of our TY class recently participated in the latest production of the Buncrana pantomime. Buncrana put on a pantomime each year and this year it was Robinson Cruso. 165 more words


The Window at the Back of the Lighthouse

“Life itself is only a vision. A dream. Nothing exists save empty space and you. And you are but a thought…”Satan

I write from a homely lighthouse, in the back room where a magic window switches its view between two worlds. 1,560 more words

Jerry Hall

On of the world’s leading models for five decades with her trademark height and long blonde hair, Jerry Hall took on the role of the Wicked Queen in Richmond Theatre’s traditional festive pantomime… 112 more words


Exciting Times Ahead

At last I’mĀ over “Peter Pan” and the usual Panto Blues are fading away! Visits to the gym have recommenced, and I even played rugby on Sunday – not for very long but at least I got a muddy knee… 386 more words

The Amphitheater of Pompeii Fresco

The fresco above, today on display in the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, shows the Amphitheater of Naples with scenes of street violence and mayhem. 969 more words