uhohmorningbirds: He was much more beautiful to me, and much more interesting, and much more complicated than any of the parts that he played, or any of the performances that you saw.- Dennis Hopper James Byron Dean (Feb. 8, 1931 - Sept. 30, 1955) :
London Hippodrome, 1930 The Hippodrome, on the corner of Leicester Square and Charing Cross Road, is one of London's most famous landmarks. This picture, part of the Museum of London's collection, was taken in 1930 when "Sons O'Guns" opened. The musical ran for 211 performances.
All parts of this design have been created so that the audience can see each aspect of the stage. The color pallet used is very calming, which for someone starring at it for a couple of hours would be a blessing. The range of tone stops any piece from disappearing into the background.
bloggingthebatch: (X) For those who remember waiting 20,000 places back in the online ticket queue to see Benedict Cumberbatch play Hamlet, the Barbican has just announced a new release of tickets: at just £10 each. There will be 100 tickets available in seats throughout the theatre for each performance of the three-month run, making a total of 8,500 £10 tickets available. • Benedict Cumberbatch: a Hamlet worth waiting for Sixty of each 100 will be available to purchase online, through a…
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