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or some call it “Song to the Moon”. I’m into my Opera at the moment. This one is so beautiful with so much passion. A simply gorgeous Aria. Got in repeat on my iTunes at the moment, Opera helps me focus on getting work done.
Thursday Mum and I headed out for a meal at Pizza Express and then to the Knutsford Wine Bar and Amber Lounge, great night to show case the new hair 😀
On Saturday Knutsford Royal May Day is held, which is a parade where all the kids get dressed up and theirs a May Queen and crown presentation and stuffs. Here are a few funny characters:
However we spotted our local MP George Osborne so decided to stalk him:
Listening to: 80s cheese
After going to see “We will rock you” last week I got a real theatre buzz and wanted to go see something else. So searching the internet found that “Little Shop of Horrors” was on at the Opera House in Manchester, much to my delight. I am a HUGE fan of Little Shop of Horrors it is by far one of my favourite musicals as its so different from the rest. Lots of fun and make believe.
The actors chosen to play the dentist and Seymour at first seemed a bit strange but once into duets with each other and along side Audrey it was clear why they were chosen. The scene where the dentist gets the gas mask stuck on his head and Seymour does nothing about it had the audience in stitches. I’ve never laughed so much at a play before. I loved this musical! Go see it. Now.
To get tickets for Manchester click here.
You can also purchase the DVD featuring Rick Moranis for peanuts here which is just as fun.