Theatre, exhibitions and festivals

Theatre, exhibitions and festivals

The Taming of the Shrew & runawaykiwi falling in love

  Due to a slight technical issue I am actually writing this post on Sunday. Which means that I can predict the future and tell you all about the play I am going to see tonight and the actor I fell in love with. Confused? Me to. I was lucky enough to be given tickets […]

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Theatre, exhibitions and festivals

For one night only, the Royal Albert Hall turned into a church – the first ever Gospel Proms

I have never been to the Proms before, but last week I was told that I couldn’t call myself a Londoner until I had been … So off I went! The standard Proms experience is to take cheese and wine to the top level of the Royal Albert Hall and sit on the bare concrete. […]

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Theatre, exhibitions and festivals

Theatre for dorks: I Need a Doctor, an unauthorised Whosical adventure

One of the first things I booked through YPlan is the Edinburgh Fringe preview of “I Need a Doctor, an unauthorised Whosical adventure”, i.e. a Dr Who musical. If you hadn’t gathered by now, I am a bit of a dork. Actually, scratch that, I am a massive dork. So for me a Dr Who […]

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The best play I have ever seen

As part of my ‘buy cheap tickets to go and see famous people’ campaign, I was lucky enough to see Peter and Alice staring Judi Dench. It was the best play I have ever seen. The play traced the lives of Peter Llewelyn Davies (aka Peter Pan) and Alice Hargreaves (aka Alice in Wonderland), and how these famous […]

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Turns out I don’t like Opera.

I am a self proclaimed culture vulture. There is nothing I love more than haunting an art gallery or giggling in the back row of the theatre. But there was a gaping hole in my cultural education, the behemoth that is opera. Thankfully I live in the magical city of London, where if you book far […]

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Things to do in London

COLOR RUN 2013

Ever since I saw a friend doing the Color Run in the States I have been desperate to run one myself. I am not a runner and I have never taken part in an organised run (I even managed to get out of the cross country at school!), but something about having colour thrown at […]

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