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sherlockology:

BBC officially announce the start of principal photography on The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses, which will comprise of three films, Henry VI Part 1, Henry VI Part 2, and Richard III.  Benedict Cumberbatch will be appearing in Henry VI part 2 and Richard III, alongside Judi Dench and Keeley Hawes - and look out for other familiar faces too!  Click HERE for the full BBC Press announcement.

sherlockology:

BBC officially announce the start of principal photography on The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses, which will comprise of three films, Henry VI Part 1, Henry VI Part 2, and Richard III.

Benedict Cumberbatch will be appearing in Henry VI part 2 and Richard III, alongside Judi Dench and Keeley Hawes - and look out for other familiar faces too!

Click HERE for the full BBC Press announcement.

bluelantern66
mumblingsage:

stormsbreadth:

mumblingsage:

#and for some reason this image makes me want fanfic
#though i still have no idea what’s going on
“They followed me home—can I keep them?”

I know what this is! 
It’s this, a performance of this obscure piece of music called The Plague, based on a French book about a plague of rats in a small town in Algeria. Paul McGann was playing the narrator, the town’s doctor. The story was told through the view of him writing in a personal journal about trying to stop the plague from killing everyone. It’s also an allegory for Nazism, apparently.
My mum was one of the ladies in the choir (though not pictured), so I went to see it. Even though, tragically, I hadn’t seen the TVM or anything at the time so I didn’t appreciate it nearly enough. 

 have so much I can tell you about this performance. Seriously I could send you the libretto. Though not the programme because my mother lost it.. But yeah I know a lot about this performance.. SPEAK TO US *knows nothing of musical performance yet is very interested in it anyway, with or without Paul McGann*

mumblingsage:

stormsbreadth:

mumblingsage:

“They followed me home—can I keep them?”

I know what this is! 

It’s this, a performance of this obscure piece of music called The Plague, based on a French book about a plague of rats in a small town in Algeria. Paul McGann was playing the narrator, the town’s doctor. The story was told through the view of him writing in a personal journal about trying to stop the plague from killing everyone. It’s also an allegory for Nazism, apparently.

My mum was one of the ladies in the choir (though not pictured), so I went to see it. Even though, tragically, I hadn’t seen the TVM or anything at the time so I didn’t appreciate it nearly enough. 

 have so much I can tell you about this performance. Seriously I could send you the libretto. Though not the programme because my mother lost it.. But yeah I know a lot about this performance..

SPEAK TO US *knows nothing of musical performance yet is very interested in it anyway, with or without Paul McGann*

ticklingmyfancies

spackoff:

I am starting to get a bit annoyed with Nine fans. I love him as much as anyone, but when I see posts about how underrated he is everyday, I do have to think, if you’re all talking about him, he isn’t.

I mean he’s hardly:

"THE WORST DOCTAH EVA"
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or… “AW I HATE HIM, HE KILLED DOCTOR WHO”

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or even “Is he even canon? I don’t think so…”

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I somehow feel 6, 7 and 8 are FAR less appreciated.