Croydon council has reacted to the service provider’s liquidation by taking the service in-house again, while Ealing and Harrow are laying contingency plansThe fallout from the collapse of Carillion has hit the UK’s already beleaguered library sector, with several London authorities making moves to part ways with the bankrupt outsourcing firm – including Croydon council,…
American Harry Potter fans now have a reason to rejoice! Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will be coming to Broadway!
The critically acclaimed play made its debut at London’s Palace Theater in July 2016 and in true Harry Potter fandom fashion, theater goers were scrambling to get the hottest ticket in town. Now, producers have just announced that Cursed Child will makes its Broadway premiere on April 22, 2018 at the Lyric Theater:
The Broadway transfer was first announced a few months ago, along with plans to renovate the Lyric Theatre to meet the specifications of the show. Casting information has yet to be revealed, so it remains to be seen whether any of the British cast will reprise their roles on Broadway.
Tickets for the show will go on sale this fall so a be on a lookout and don’t miss your chance to see what is definitely going to be the hottest ticket of the year!
This past August, I traveled to England on my own and not only was it an AMAZING trip, it was a real eye opener for me. I learned so much about myself and all the great things I was capable of doing. You can say that this trip was a rite of passage for me.
So I just wanted to share some the writings that put down while I was there (not much though, I was traveling from place to place frequently). I hope you enjoy reading them!
August 8, 2016
Well, I’m finally here again! I really didn’t think it hit me until I looked outside my hotel room’s window and saw the beautiful stonework and the scenic landscape. I’m finally back in England! Windermere to be most exact. As far as I can see, Windermere is a gorgeous small town. I already feel relaxed here. The streets are a little narrow but what do you expect for a small town? I can’t wait to start exploring it tomorrow and see what Windermere has to offer. Continue reading “Vacation Insights”
I would read in books and history books from school about the rich culture of London. From then on, I always wanted to visit it. And when I got that chance the summer before my senior year, as soon as I stepped off the plane, I fell in love. I just felt right at home. Since I grew up and live in New York City, some people are bewildered with my wish to move to London, when it is a major city like New York. Although they are both major cities, that is the only connection they have between them. London is full of culture and history in my opinion fails comparison to New York. And Londoners, I know you have criticisms about the Underground. Try riding New York City Transit for a while and you’ll think the Tube is a godsend.
So I would like to move to London one day. Anywhere in the UK if being truthful. But it is so expensive to move right now. So I have to settle with visiting right now.
This is Day 28 of the 30 Day Writing Challenge