In what is essentially Gaiman's first novel, we visit London Below, the most fully realized of all the worlds he's created. In this love letter to the British capital, reality is viewed through a wildly imaginative and fantastical lense that makes for a great story and some social commentary.
A run of "intimate UK shows" was announced with a week and half of notice, and I still cannot quite believe how many of my lucky stars aligned to make my being at this very special gig possible.
Jackson’s final novel is a short one, but incredibly evocative and deeply disturbing. She creates a claustrophobic atmosphere of uncanniness, and explores themes of ostracism, persecution, and isolation.
Tour Diary of my 25th Tori show. This was the second of two nights in Helsinki, with this show sporting the fiercer, darker setlist.
"Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power."
Since opening its doors in 2012, the 'Making of Harry Potter' studio tour - the only permanent movie exhibit of its size in the world - has been attracting up to 6000 visitors per day. You get to see the authentic sets and props used in the films, and it's a blast for Potterheads of all ages!
Carrie Fisher's first novel is a semi-autobiographical account of satirized real-life events from her turbulent young life. Her dry wit and deadpan humor are hard to be rivaled, and she lets it all bleed into the character of Suzanne with disarming candor.