"Good theatre teaches."
— Stephen Sondheim. (via kellianndecarlo)

ordinaryentity:

[X]



magicul:

do you ever get really motivated to do something and you get really excited about it and then when you get home you’re just like nah


letmusicsetyoufreee:

"Bobby da Hugh" Fraser

letmusicsetyoufreee:

"Bobby da Hugh" Fraser


stunningpicture:

This is how I proposed to my girlfriend - she said yes!

stunningpicture:

This is how I proposed to my girlfriend - she said yes!


likes-timelords:

wlovepierce:

If you aren’t following @StatsBritain you aren’t doing Twitter right.

I can only assume that all of these stats are true.


"It’s a funny thing coming home. Nothing changes. Everything looks the same, feels the same, even smells the same. You realize what’s changed is you."
— F. Scott Fitzgerald  (via versteur)

kannibal:

25 Lives by Hwei Lim (lalage) e/R version

It’s my Les Mis anniversary and I wanted to make a small something to commemorate this lovely fandom and the pairing that got me into it. (And the persistent people who got me into it, and those who helped me with this!)

credits for images »


sinthroid:

Your smile is like a breath of spring
Your voice is soft like summer rain
And I cannot compete with you, Jolene

sinthroid:

Your smile is like a breath of spring

Your voice is soft like summer rain

And I cannot compete with you, Jolene


incurablylazydevil:

But I’ve got a job to do, too. Where I’m going you can’t follow.
Sherlock/Casablanca parallels 2/2


"Write hard and clear about what hurts."
— Ernest Hemingway  (via poemsofthequiet)

"

When I was about 25 years old, I worked with two very good actors. The encounters were brief, but I’ve remembered them both with great admiration. Wanda Ventham and Timothy Carlton both embodied qualities which one is fogyishly tempted to look at with nostalgia. Along with very considerable talent, they had elegance, glamor, wit, kindness and decency.

I didn’t know at the time that they were married or that they had a son of about 10 who was quietly gestating all the same attributes. And now, 30 years later, the boy has been let loose. He has taken the form of Benedict Cumberbatch.

His parents’ qualities are on rampant display. It’s rare to the point of outlandish to find so many variables in one actor, including features which ought to be incompatible: vulnerability, a sense of danger, a clear intellect, honesty, courage — and a rather alarming energy. I take no pleasure in feeling humbled, but there’s no getting around it.

He must be stopped.

"
— Colin Firth on Benedict Cumberbatch for the TIME 100. [x] (via crieff)