Posts Tagged: theatre

Most Romantic Scenes from La Boheme

I went to see La Boheme (Puccini) sung at the Sydney Opera and I was absolutely in awe of the voices and of some of the really cute and cheesy romantic dialogue. The opera follows two couples as they get together and fall apart in the turn of the century Paris. They struggle with poverty,… Read more »

The Book Of Mormon – Theatre Play * London

Love South Park? You’ll adore The Book of Mormon! Ever since I saw Angels in America, I was intrigued by Mormonism, this odd religion known for their strong door-to-door evangelism approach. They are kind people, they do not drink and indulge in sinful coffee like yours truly and definitely do not go on epic journeys… Read more »

Angels in America – The Theatrical Version from NT Live

It has been quite a while since I’ve posted anything and I wanted to return with a bang. No more slashing of terrible movies (because I’ve seen quite a few bad ones (*cough* Transformers, The Shack, The House, Free Fire and recently Baby Driver). No more praising of gorgeous ones (*cough* Dunkirk will be added… Read more »

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At the movie theatre * Joke

At the movie theater, an usher spotted a man lying sprawled across four seats. “Excuse me, sir,” said the usher. “You’ll have to sit up. You can only take up one seat.” The man didn’t budge. “Sir, I mean it. You’ll have to sit up in one seat, or leave the theater.” The man didn’t… Read more »

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War Horse – The Theatrical Performance

Based on the book “War Horse” by Michael Morpurgo, the theatrical performance of War Horse has attracted over 5 million people since its premiere in 2007 and over a million only last year. A few days ago (in the 27th of February) I was among the hundreds of people seeing the live broadcast at CineWorld…. Read more »