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Bigfoot really cleans up well.

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bastmiriam:

The White tigress (tigergirl)

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theyellowdragon:

Art by Ludmila Troschenkova

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hellsyeschezapocalypse:

Part 2 everyone! ;)

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Your mom just broke my heart, then fixed it up and kissed it better.

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Beauty and The Beast is updated!
Today: Lilac

Beauty and The Beast is updated!

Today: Lilac

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"That’s the trouble with loving a wild thing: You’re always left watching the door."

— Edith Pattou, East (via observando)

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selketdaly:

Hi everyone
Taking a bit of a break here from my oh so hectic schedule of blogging vaguely steampunk related items to do a bit of shameless promotion for an event in Bristol this October.
Beauty and the Beast - By David Selwyn
On October 4th, Bristol Opera will be be performing a concert version of an opera in two acts, written by David Selwyn. It is only the second time this opera has been performed so it will certainly be something new.
Whats it all about?
The opera is based on the original story of Beauty and the Beast (not the Disney version - there are no talking clocks unfortunately). A merchant, down on his luck, comes across a beautiful rose garden, where he plucks a rose for his daughter. The beast living in the garden is upset and demands the merchant sends his daughter in return for the rose. What happens next? Come along to find out (or read the Wikipedia article, its not much different).
Who is David Selwyn?
David was the chairman of Bristol Opera who unfortunately passed away last year. He was very active in the society and wrote this piece which we are performing in his memory.
Why a concert version, not a full version?
This is a one-night only and justifying a fully staged show for one night is a little hard to justify. If you do want to see a fully staged opera in Bristol, you can always come and see our shows in May (and come to this one too)
Isn’t opera usually in different langauges? How will I know what is going on?
Don’t worry, we sing in English so you’ll know what is going on. There will also be a handy plot guide in the program if you get too lost in the music!
I don’t know, a night at the opera sounds expensive…
Tickets are only £12 (or £5 for you lucky students). Thats a pretty good bargain, I’d say!
Where is it being performed?
It is being performed at the Redgrave Theatre in Clifton. Parking is available along the street and it is on a few bus routes.
Ok, I’m sold. Where can I get my tickets from?
You can get your tickets online here. Alternatively, visit our website to find other ways to contact us
This all looks like fun. Can I get involved?
Sure thing. Just follow the contact links on our website to find out about getting involved in our next production

selketdaly:

Hi everyone

Taking a bit of a break here from my oh so hectic schedule of blogging vaguely steampunk related items to do a bit of shameless promotion for an event in Bristol this October.

Beauty and the Beast - By David Selwyn

On October 4th, Bristol Opera will be be performing a concert version of an opera in two acts, written by David Selwyn. It is only the second time this opera has been performed so it will certainly be something new.

Whats it all about?

The opera is based on the original story of Beauty and the Beast (not the Disney version - there are no talking clocks unfortunately). A merchant, down on his luck, comes across a beautiful rose garden, where he plucks a rose for his daughter. The beast living in the garden is upset and demands the merchant sends his daughter in return for the rose. What happens next? Come along to find out (or read the Wikipedia article, its not much different).

Who is David Selwyn?

David was the chairman of Bristol Opera who unfortunately passed away last year. He was very active in the society and wrote this piece which we are performing in his memory.

Why a concert version, not a full version?

This is a one-night only and justifying a fully staged show for one night is a little hard to justify. If you do want to see a fully staged opera in Bristol, you can always come and see our shows in May (and come to this one too)

Isn’t opera usually in different langauges? How will I know what is going on?

Don’t worry, we sing in English so you’ll know what is going on. There will also be a handy plot guide in the program if you get too lost in the music!

I don’t know, a night at the opera sounds expensive…

Tickets are only £12 (or £5 for you lucky students). Thats a pretty good bargain, I’d say!

Where is it being performed?

It is being performed at the Redgrave Theatre in Clifton. Parking is available along the street and it is on a few bus routes.

Ok, I’m sold. Where can I get my tickets from?

You can get your tickets online here. Alternatively, visit our website to find other ways to contact us

This all looks like fun. Can I get involved?

Sure thing. Just follow the contact links on our website to find out about getting involved in our next production

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theyellowdragon:

Art by Rui de Oliveira

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jackviolet:


A Chipped Cup by Sylwia Telari (telari) on DeviantART.

Came across a Beauty and the Beast art book on deviantart, and was looking through it when I came to this page and thought “wow, that girl has a REALLY Slavic face. I have known several women with this face, and most of them were named Olga.” So I clicked on the artist’s profile to see where she was from, and yep… the artist is from Poland.
That made me oddly pleased.

jackviolet:

A Chipped Cup by Sylwia Telari (telari) on DeviantART.

Came across a Beauty and the Beast art book on deviantart, and was looking through it when I came to this page and thought “wow, that girl has a REALLY Slavic face. I have known several women with this face, and most of them were named Olga.” So I clicked on the artist’s profile to see where she was from, and yep… the artist is from Poland.

That made me oddly pleased.

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cyberabuser said: This is probably a very generic question but, indulge me. If your main characters were to use tumblr what would their blogs be like? Or would they use a different media sharing site altogether?

Ha! I feel like I have a pretty good idea what goes on in their heads, but this is one angle I hadnt given a lot of thought to! Let me think…

Beauty probably has this incredibly eclectic tumblr of things she likes — lots of animated gifs, anything that makes her laugh, things she feels obligated to reblog because it’s a mutual follower or something, and about twelve kickstarters she’s been guilted into helping promote. Also, a lot of pictures of baby animals and chain letters.

The Beast’s blog is completley and solely dedicated to documenting his heirloom tomatoes (he’s got some in high acidity soil, one group on the shade and others in full sun, etc etc etc). He writes rambling multi-paragraph entires every single day, with lots of of photographs and fussy DIY ideas, and has maybe two followers. He blogs like a stay-at-home Mom and is probably still on Blogger or LiveJournal.

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Watch out, he&#8217;s skittish and might bite if you startle him.

Watch out, he’s skittish and might bite if you startle him.

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Beauty and The Beast is updated!
Today: often at odds

Beauty and The Beast is updated!

Today: often at odds

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cherryzombiegirl:

beauty and the beast by
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cherryzombiegirl:

beauty and the beast by

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