A History of Magic – Exhibit – London


I have been a fan of Harry Potter since the first book was released. When the 20 years Harry Potter celebrations started and I saw this poster of a phoenix, I had to read what the British Library was doing to celebrate one of the now iconic books which have been read by two generations while growing up.  I already found out that the exhibit is about real historic artifacts that are linked to magic but also some artifacts that are linked to the Harry Potter books themselves. I can’t wait to see how the exhibit is set up!

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Angels in America: Perestroika


Back to the cinema for the second part of this play. After the first part, I still have some questions that I would like to have resolved. Who is this Angel? What will change in the lives of the characters? Is the medication the characters who see/ hear the angel have something to do with this?  Let’s find out!

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15 years Fall Out Boy

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I think the first time I really started listening to Fall Out Boy was about the time “From Under The Cork Tree” was released and was caught by the catchiness of songs like “Dance, Dance” and “Sugar, we’re going down.  I have seen them perform once at a festival but that’s ages ago. Hereby my favorite songs of 15 years Fall Out Boy

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Imagine Dragons – Rockhall


Since I saw Imagine Dragons last year at Rock Werchter, I started listening to the albums they released. I discovered that I really liked the music they make and when it was announced that they would be coming to Europe for a concert hall tour, I was very excited. Normally I would go to the concert in Antwerp but because the tickets were released while I was on holiday and sold out quite quickly, I opted to drive to Luxembourg and see them there. I can only choose that option if a concert in Luxembourg is on a Saturday, which this one is.

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Black Panther

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I’ve heard many good things about this film already, like the black community is a big fan.  On the poster, there are only 2 Caucasian actors (Andy Serkis & Martin Freeman). The story is supposedly taking place in Wakanda (a fictitious land somewhere in Africa) and it’s a good thing then that they chose for a black cast, as it wouldn’t be logical otherwise. When I saw the trailer, I was already surprised with the fact that all the people in Wakanda are very kickass, it’s not just the prince (black panther). It might just be that they are warrior people, this I still need to discover when I see the film.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi


The latest installment of the Star Wars saga. After being introduced to the new array of characters in the seventh episode, I now want to know how the characters are developed more, if expected storylines will happen, is Kylo Ren really evil or only posing. Of course, the question on everyone’s lips is “Luke Skywalker?”. As we only saw Mark Hamill at the end of the previous episode and he didn’t have any lines, we want to know more.

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NT Live: Angels in America – Millenium Approaches


I keep going to this plays that are broadcasted in the cinema. I don’t even look anymore at a summary of the play before deciding to go. I hope to be surprised by the stories. I do know that the Shakespearean plays are following the strict scripts of that time although they are sometimes represented much more modern. But here with Angels in America, I had no idea at all what it’s about. So it was a big discovery.  This is part one of two and I will also go watch the second part next month.

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Murder on the Orient Express


I had put this film on my to see film ever since I saw the announcement of Kenneth Branagh making it.  Knowing Branagh, I have high hopes since he really makes good films and can actually act but this is a harder topic since everyone knows Hercule Poirot and identifies the character with the actor David Suchet. I was really wondering if Kenneth Branagh, who would be taking the role of the Belgian detective, would do a good job.

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