almaviva90: (Wellington2)
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LONDON...ooh, and probably the rest of the UK, e.g. Durham, Oxford, Cambridge, Bath, perhaps also Scotland too. I'd go mental going round all the museums (I simply have to go to Apsley House and the Royal Opera House), theatres, sites, cathedrals, second hand bookshops (people are probably going to go 'WTF?' at the last place) etc. Then a massive book/souvenir shopping spree will ensue methinks. XDDD

I'd probably take my mum but she's technically more like family though I would really consider her my friend too. I'd go with [ profile] enserric but I'm not sure how that will work seeing that she's already in the UK!
almaviva90: (maestro)
According to, Thomas Allen is going to have a recital with her as well as Malcolm Martineau at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford on 2nd May 2009

(from the Oxford Playhouse website)

Felicity Lott, Malcolm Martineau & Thomas Allen
Music at Oxford Saturday, 2nd May 2009 7:30 PM
Music at Oxford's logo

Felicity Lott soprano
Malcolm Martineau piano
Thomas Allen baritone

This one-off gala event features two of Britain's finest and most famous singers with one of the best accompanists in the world beside them. They delve into the world of song, with a mixture of solos and duet pieces by Mendelssohn, Mozart, Coward and Rogers & Hammerstein. This is one of the hottest tickets of the season.

Entrance Time:

15% discount when booking 8+ Music at Oxford Concerts or a Group of 10 (Not available online, please call 01865 305305)

No admittance to Under 6's.
Venue: Sheldonian Theatre
Prices: £40, £26, £18, £10

OMG...soooo want to go...*makes it one of her goals next year*

Hmm...but £40 and even £26 is expensive for one ticket. *sighs*


Apr. 8th, 2008 02:32 pm
almaviva90: (rochester)
Lol...still can't get over the fact that I might be going to Sydney and see Phantom in July! *grins broadly* And [profile] richrose0107was obviously delighted as I was (mostly because she just wants to see the pictures...hahaha) And it really is a race as to who can see Phantom first...she wants to go to Broadway and I seriously want to see it in London mostly since it was technically there in 1986 that POTO first much history...*sigh*

Grr...just a short note of realisation...was just browsing through the famous HEAP guide to Degree Course Offers in the UK [2008 edition] in the Careers centre today and realised that while Cambridge had an average of 4 people competing for one History place, Oxford had a 39% success rate (come on, NINE people for one place as in my chosen Oxford college to FOUR people at God, I should have applied to Cambridge instead based on that record had I known of it earlier!). And both surprisingly and not so surprisingly, Durham had an average of FIFTEEN people competing for ONE History I guess I should consider myself extremely lucky and fortunate in this light of =D


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