dublin carol

Andrew in...

…COMING UP…

Alice Through the Looking Glass
The American
Angels in America
Aristocrats
Band of Brothers
This Beautiful Fantastic
Birdland
Blackout
Brighton Beach Memoirs
The Cavalcaders
Chasing Cotards
Cock
Cognition
The Coming World
Dates
The Dazzle
Dead Bodies
The Delinquent Season
Design for Living
Denial
Drinking Crude
Dublin Carol
Anton Chekhov’s The Duel
Dying City
Emperor and Galilean
Foyle’s War
Garrow’s Law
A Girl in a Car with a Man
Hamlet
Handsome Devil
The Hollow Crown
The Hope Rooms
The Hour
I Was the Cigarette Girl
Jimmy’s Hall
John Adams
Killing Hitler
King Lear
Korea
Legacy
Lennon Naked
My Life in Film
Little White Lie
Locke
The Lonesome West
Longitude
Miracle at Midnight
Nora
Nuclear Secrets
The Observer Effect
Original Sin
Pinter Shorts
Playing the Victim
Pride
Quacks
The Quatermass Experiment
Roaring Trade
Saving Private Ryan
The Scapegoat
Sea Wall
The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde
Simon Schama’s Shakespeare
Sherlock
Silent Things
James Bond: Spectre
The Stag
Steel Country
Swallows and Amazons
The Tale of Sweety Barrett
The Town
The Vertical Hour
Victor Frankenstein

Photoshoots

Dublin Carol and The Pitmen Painters

We saw both Dublin Carol and The Pitmen Painters today. Both were excellent. I didn’t realize until afterwards, but the young boy in Dublin Carol was also in The Kitchen at the National back in the fall. He certainly has found a niche playing Irish characters here in London! Hearing the Irish colloquialisms was comforting today. I miss them already.

In other news, we spent the morning walking from Primrose through Regent’s Park and down to Baker Street. We went to Primrose to visit God’s Own Junkyard, which is the COOLEST neon art store I have ever seen. We spent quite a while talking with the shopkeeper, who was an adorable little hipster, and commenting on their impressive collection of art and reclaimed objects. The weather was absolutely beautiful, so the walk back was lovely. The birds at the zoo were chirping away! We had lunch again on Embankment and stopped in at the National Theatre. I finally purchased Caitlin Moran’s book How To Be A Woman and inquired about work opportunities. I’m on my way to moving here for the summer! :D