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Ma chere Mademoiselle, it is with deepest pride

and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight.

And now we invite you to relax, let us pull up a

chair as the dining room proudly presents -

your life ruiner!

Be our guest! Be our guest!

Put our plotpoints to the test

Hold your handkerchief to cheek, cherie

And we’ll provide the rest

Death du jour - 

Feels we feel!

Why, you know, this isn’t real!

Try to suffer


It’s delicious


Don’t believe me? We are vicious!

They can sing, they can dance

Most of all – they have no chance!

And a climax here is never second best

Go on, unfold your crush

Take a glance and – hush! -

Be our guest

Oui, our guest

Be our guest!

Lumiere and Chorus:

Fate ragout

Tears souffle

Souls and curses “en flambe”


We’ll prepare and serve with flair

A tragicomic cabaret!

You’re alone

And you’re scared

But the story arch’s prepared

You are gloomy and complaining

While your woe is entertaining

We tell jokes, do a trick

You are helpless and you stick


And it’s all in perfect taste

That you can bet

Come on and lift your glass

You’ve won your own free pass

To be out guest


If you’re stressed

It’s fine whining we suggest


Be our guest! Be our guest! Be our guest! 

So I got bored and decided to spruce up the stock wallpapers they give you on the iphone so I made this

After madly cackling for 5 minutes straight during and after making this, it occurred to me.

I could make this even better.

Yes, perfect.


Attending the “Doctor Strange” premiere, and having dinner afterwards with your friend, Benedict Cumberbatch, where you meet Tom. Ben sees the instant click between you, and tells a bunch of impressive stories about his friend, trying to make him look good so you’ll accept to go on a date with him.

British Men Poetry & Prose

featuring Tom Hiddleston, Alan Rickman, Matthew Macfadyen, Kenneth Branagh and Benedict Cumberbatch

Full playlist available to listen here.


Tom Hiddleston: Sonnet 130 poem by William Shakespeare

Richard Armitage: Mr. Thornton’s Proposal North And South by Elizabeth Gaskell

Kenneth Branagh: In Red poem by Walt Whitman

Tom Hiddleston: May I Feel Said He poem by E.E. Cummings

Matthew Macfadyen: Mr Darcy’s Proposal Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Benedict Cumberbatch: Flat Of Angles (Part I) Late Night Tales by Simon Cleary

David Tenant: Sonnet 18 Shakespeare’s sonnet

Tom Hiddleston: To His Coy Mistress poem by Andrew Marvell

Kenneth Branagh: Sonnet 30 poem by William Shakespeare

Tom Hiddleston: Love and Friendship poem by Emily Bronte

Tom Hiddleston: If Music Be The Food of Love Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

Richard Armitage: A Silent City poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Benedict Cumberbatch: Flat Of Angles (Part II) written by Simon Cleary

Tom Hiddleston: When You Are Old poem by W. B. Yeats

Richard Armitage: Code Poem For The French Resistance poem by Leo Marks

Alan Rickman: The Long Way For Peace Day poem by Laurie Lee

David Tennant: Sonnet 154 Shakespeare’s sonnet

Tom Hiddleston: He Wishes For The Coiths Of Heaven poem by William Butler Yeats

Richard Armitage: Empty Silences poem by T. S. Eliot

Tom Hiddleston: Sign No More Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare

Benedict Cumberbatch: The Seven Ages Of Man As You Like It by William Shakespeare

Richard Armitage: The Night Watchfor England poem by Edward Shanks

Benedict Cumberbatch: Flat Of Angles (Part III) by S. Cleary

Tom Hiddleston: Bright Star poem by John Keats

Richard Armitage: Dear Sylvia from Ted Hughes to Sylvia Plath

Tom Hiddleston: From The Princess poem by Lord Alfred Tennyson

Richard Armitage: Preludes poems by T. S. Eliot

Tom Hiddleston: She Walks In Beauty poem by Lord Byron

Richard Armitage: A Wife In London poem by Thomas Hardy

Benedict Cumberbatch: Ode To A Nightingale poem by John Keats

Richard Armitage: Overture To A Dance Of Locomotives poem by William Carlos Williams

Tom Hiddleston: We’ll Go No More A Roving poem by Lord Byron

Richard Armitage: The Welder poem by Wilfred Gibson

Benedict Cumberbatch: Jaberwocky poem by Lewis Carroll

Richard Armitage: Upon Westminster Bridge poem by William Wordsworth

Tom Hiddleston: As I Walked Out One Evening poem by W. H. Auden

Richard Armitage: Dads Army poem by Frank Seddon

Tom Hiddleston: Dover Beach poem by Matthew Arnold

Richard Armitage: Back To The Land poem by ALgol

Benedict Cumberbatch: Kublai Khan poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Richard Armitage: Wormwood Scrubs poem by Alan M Lang

Tom Hiddleston: There is a Lady Sweet and Kind anonymous poem

Richard Armitage: Memories Of The Mine poem by Roger Woddis

Tom Hiddleston: Down By The Salley Gardens poem by W. B. Yeats

Richard Armitage: Have You Watched A Wild Bird Clarissa by Samuel Richardso 

Tom Hiddleston: There is No Woman’s Sides Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare


Sherlock + The Night Manager Manip - The Holmes Brothers Edition [1/?]

In which, Thomas is Holmes’ second brother, who faked his death 6 years ago and embarked on an espionage job in Cairo, Egypt. He has finally returned to London and looking to reconcile with his brothers, although no love is lost there. The brothers aren’t that thrilled to see that Thomas is still alive, and his death was as unnatural as that of Sherlocks’

Requested by: @ghostofglory inspired by: x

[ Tom extended imagine ] Nervous glances at the pocket-watch.

Original imagine: Imagine: Tom being nervous on your wedding day.

Written by: A.Wölf.

Notes: Featuring: Benedict Cumberbatch.

{ Anon request } 


Tom stands in front of the mirror in the room, trying to tie his tie.

He does it once… twice…

He looks down and undoes it.

By the fifth time he abruptly pulls it off over his head with a groan.

Benedict’s sitting on the couch reading.

He puts the newspaper down and looks at Tom with raised eyebrows.

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“What we did was to collect 300 children’s testimonies.  We asked them to tell their happiest and most saddest day, and have that performed both here at the Old Vic and simultaneously in South Africa they are being performed by the children themselves who inspired the monologues.” - Amber Sainsbury, founder of Dramatic Need, on The Children’s Monologues directed by Danny Boyle. (video)