Discussion in 'Lifestyle & Culture' started by Star, Apr 30, 2008.
I've just had a vision
"Mooaura: The Musical"
I saw your post love! I just evolved it...
What the fuck is the matter with you lately? I wasn't even talking about you - as far as I know you changed your mind once, end of. Tell you what, why don't you get your head out of your arse, CHILL OUT, and stop thinking the world revolves around you.
Hate to disappoint you but you hadn't even occurred to me. As for being unpopular, I think you're the only one with some kind of ISSUE. Put me on ignore or something. Either way GROW UP
I guess now there is no problem
I don't know the Victoria area that well, if at all. My trains sometimes get diverted there but I jump straight on the tube.
I need to decide whether to eat first or get there and then eat.
It might help if I find out where the Theatre is.
What are we going to see?
The theatre is right across the road from the main station entrance.
And we're going to see Byker Grove: The Musical
I can't wait for the Act 1 closing number, "Defying Paintball Health & Safety Regulations"
Bugger! I was positive Star had booked High School Musical. I was hoping Same Difference had been signed up by now.
I am quite happy to meet you Little My and lure you to your death.... I mean look after you
Hmmm... Sometimes I do wonder if you're joking.
I'm hoping to get there earlier as dUb has already warned me I'll be shushed by him if I chat during the performance.
I'm waiting to see the choice of venue from funky for the meet up before. He has impeccable taste so I'm sure it'll be OK.
I shall be having dinner somewhere classy, like the Deep Pan Pizza in Victoria Place shopping centre!
I'll let you speak during the song "Dancing Through Life". BUT ONLY THEN.
Is this a prequel or sequel to The Wizard of OZ?
Or have I really no idea what I'm going to watch.
It would really be best for you if you didn't know
I have to admit that I'm going into this knowing sod all about it. At least I have no expectations.
Apart from you said it's really good. So I can blame you if it's shit.
*Remembers he likes Grease 2*
you'll love it Little My!!
what's your real name again?
What other musicals do you like, Little My?
I'd actually quite like to see that.
Cuthbert. But you can call me Angela.
I absolutely loved 'Little Shop of Horrors'.
I think I've only been to see 3.
Film wise: Rocky Horror Show, Wizard of OZ, Grease, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers off the top of my head.
I'm usually up for most things and you lot do rave about it.
I can't begin to tell you my disappointment.
When is the pre-show drinks venue going to be established?
Fabulous lot, hopefully this should be right up your street
I know very little about Wicked too.
If it sucks I will blame Little My and call for his banning (again).
dUb has been singing Avenue Q's praises.
I'm torn over this as I dislike Sesame Street but absolutely love The Muppets.
I'd go as far as to say that The Muppets are my heroes. I'm thinking the musical may shatter my illusions.
I didn't want to see Avenue Q at first and now I do want to see it, everyone else has already been. At least it's an easy one to get cheap tickets for.
It is an ABSOLUTE MUST
GO GO GO GO GO GO GO
If tomorrow goes well, perhaps we can badger Miss Star into another trip.
I can be talked into a revisit of Avenue Q at a push.
DANIEL BOYS LOOKED AT ME THE LAST TIME I WENT
If I go again, I'm sitting in the area he runs to during the money bit and, I dunno, touching his arse or something
Everybody should hate Sesame Street and love The Muppets
it's like THE LAW
and anyone who says they can't tell the difference is clearly either insane or immoral, either way they don't deserve to live
Funky is right.
GOD those words stick in my throat.
If anyone else needs my number let me know, I plan on being in London mid-afternoon onwards.
I love Funky for that statement alone.
Anyway, as no other suggestion has been put forward, I may try and find this Weatherspoons pub that cwej mentioned.
I'll be the lush in the corner.
Wetherspoons is a bit classy for me.
You bought me a drink in there once upon a time.
I remember, there was an escalator and everything!
I must remember to bring the tickets along tomorrow...
Yes, please do!
Or we will be forced to kill you to death!
Yes, but you can spell it and I can't.