Follow The Butterflies
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13 Aug 14 at 9 pm
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  1. vieja-bruja said: Woot! When are you going?

I’m in London from the 14th till the 17th of November! And I’m seeing “Made In Dagenham” on the 15th… which is a Saturday… please musical gods, work with me, let Gemma be playing and not have some unexpected sickness or holiday..

Any tips for a good, current musical in London to keep me busy on Friday and/or Sunday? :P Still open for suggestions as I’m really out of the loop. (It’ll probs be a last-minute decision at Leicester Square anyway but hey, tips are nice and very very welcome!)

  1. lazydolls said: i urge u to accept hyuna as queen and saviour ur welcome



..ok then

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08 Aug 14 at 10 pm

Asked by lazydolls

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asker IT WAS HYUNSEUNG I WAS CORRECT and hes actually really cute but theres hyuna ??? and when theres hyuna i kind of forget there are other people who are not hyuna ??? hYUNA

basically

honestly I did not know much or care about Hyuna until a few days ago t’s all your fault

I need to look into her solo stuff but ugh Germany anyway i get your feels

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  1. iammollyconnolly said: they also had these “personalized name” coke bottles with the names of all the team players on them. i was SO klose to buying a “miroslav” one :D (see what i did therrr?)

Yes, I saw those too :D But I actually liked the cans a bit better, mostly because I can’t remember the names of all the footballers and I liked the message on the cans (I’m just as bad with the names of the Dutch team, so it’s not a disinterest in the German team, honest!). But that joke I actually got yay I’m not as hopeless as I thought I was :P

My can is signed by Jérôme (Boateng), which I guess is fitting, as he plays for Bayern München and I’m living in the neighbourhood München and all. Also I pass by the Allianz Arena every day I go to work, so, yeah I instinctively chose well. :P

  1. listenforthelove said: whooo! I will probably be on pretty late though, that one hour can make quite the difference ^^; but I’ll try to get online as soon as possible!

I’ll stay up and wait for you so no hurry. Love youuu!

  1. listenforthelove said: aw it’s okay love! have a great week/end in advance then~ *cuddles* speak to you soon doll, ilu <333333333

No no I can def talk to you tomorrow! Let’s catch up a bit tomorrow before I disappear again. ;)

asker You’re it! Rules are: copy this message to 10 other beautiful blogs who you think deserve this message! keep the game going and make everyone feel beautiful(っ◕‿◕)っ

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(in which I am JJ and you are Yoochun, probably)
(I love youuuuuu)
(I’ll come stalk you on the chat tomorrow!)

  1. listenforthelove said: ooooh awesome! (and enjoy the time travel in case that’s what happens XD bit unprofessional though, tsk)

Thanks, I’ll let you know how it was to time travel ;P No but seriously.. they were also using an e-mail client that does not allow for the user to use Umlaute! They’re in Germany how can they not support Umlaute have you seen the language

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02 Jul 14 at 4 pm

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified replied to your post “thorified replied to your post “thorified replied to your post…”

It’s actually not allowed to post off-dates here in the Netherlands, at least SE doesn’t…

Well, if I do InterRail, that’ll cover the trains, so I’ll just need to check out how much the local transport is. Some of the local options might actually also be valid with InterRail… I’ll link you to the info pages once and you can tell me what’s what in the Netherlands. ;)

And, yeah, I’m getting more and more curious about Artus. The cast looks amazeballs and omg Sabrina in that Morgana outfit. xD Too bad that you’ll miss out on it; damn summer breaks. :hug:

Ok just let me know when you get your ticket and I’ll figure it out with the info you send me, or call the train office back home.

YES I HATE THE SUMMER BREAKS I NOW HAVE ALL THE TIME FOR SWISS AND AUSTRIAN MUSICALS AND NOTHING IS PLAYING.
I’m sad.

Here’s a list of what I can travel with using the InterRail ticket. Twill probably make more sense to you than to me when it comes to the Netherlands. xD

Omg you should totally do Flashdance in Amstetten. It looks to be the trashiest thing in the world (or, well, out-trashed only by their Xanadu last year xD). Plus I’ve got a soft spot for Riccardo Greco. There’s also Aida in Thun (though, ugh, Thun is so overpriced) and Igor Barberic is choreographing My Fair Lady on some other Swiss lake. xD Summer breaks suck, though. And most of the really interesting stuff is going on in the north of Germany (Tebu, the Spotlight shows in Fulda and thereabouts), which is on the opposite end of the country from you now, ofc. :(

Ok, as far as I can see it means none of the public transport (buses or trams) are covered, but all the train companies you’d need (which is most likely just the NS) are on there. You’d still have to invest in an OV-Chipcard I’m afraid, as you can only get to Utrecht from my house by bus and you need to go to Scheveningen from The Hague by tram or bus as well. But at least you’ve got the trains covered, that’d be most expensive anyways.

Most of those places are unreachable from here anyways (Thun is 7 or 12 hours by train, north Germany even more expensive). Ok Amstetten is doable but I’m not a big fan of Flashdance so there’s that. Also the Japan/Korea trip, us going to Billy Elliot and I’m also going to London (not going to pass up the chance to see Gemma Arterton live tbqh) and Dublin later in the year, probs. XD Might need to save my money a bit.

What is this ‘saving money’ thing you speak of?! :shock: (I kid, I kid. I do hear ya. xD)

And yeah, yes-to-trains and no-to-public-transport sounds about right. I’ll probably go that route, then, sounds like it’d be the cheapest in the end, plus it gives me flexibility to decide relatively late on what exactly I want to do, which is always nice.

hahaha I know it’s terrible but I might be exhausting my funds this year oops

That’s indeed true~~ The only thing we’d need to decide in advance is which shows we’ll be going to exactly. ^^

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02 Jul 14 at 4 pm

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified replied to your post “thorified replied to your post “thorified replied to your post…”

It’s actually not allowed to post off-dates here in the Netherlands, at least SE doesn’t…

Well, if I do InterRail, that’ll cover the trains, so I’ll just need to check out how much the local transport is. Some of the local options might actually also be valid with InterRail… I’ll link you to the info pages once and you can tell me what’s what in the Netherlands. ;)

And, yeah, I’m getting more and more curious about Artus. The cast looks amazeballs and omg Sabrina in that Morgana outfit. xD Too bad that you’ll miss out on it; damn summer breaks. :hug:

Ok just let me know when you get your ticket and I’ll figure it out with the info you send me, or call the train office back home.

YES I HATE THE SUMMER BREAKS I NOW HAVE ALL THE TIME FOR SWISS AND AUSTRIAN MUSICALS AND NOTHING IS PLAYING.
I’m sad.

Here’s a list of what I can travel with using the InterRail ticket. Twill probably make more sense to you than to me when it comes to the Netherlands. xD

Omg you should totally do Flashdance in Amstetten. It looks to be the trashiest thing in the world (or, well, out-trashed only by their Xanadu last year xD). Plus I’ve got a soft spot for Riccardo Greco. There’s also Aida in Thun (though, ugh, Thun is so overpriced) and Igor Barberic is choreographing My Fair Lady on some other Swiss lake. xD Summer breaks suck, though. And most of the really interesting stuff is going on in the north of Germany (Tebu, the Spotlight shows in Fulda and thereabouts), which is on the opposite end of the country from you now, ofc. :(

Ok, as far as I can see it means none of the public transport (buses or trams) are covered, but all the train companies you’d need (which is most likely just the NS) are on there. You’d still have to invest in an OV-Chipcard I’m afraid, as you can only get to Utrecht from my house by bus and you need to go to Scheveningen from The Hague by tram or bus as well. But at least you’ve got the trains covered, that’d be most expensive anyways.

Most of those places are unreachable from here anyways (Thun is 7 or 12 hours by train, north Germany even more expensive). Ok Amstetten is doable but I’m not a big fan of Flashdance so there’s that. Also the Japan/Korea trip, us going to Billy Elliot and I’m also going to London (not going to pass up the chance to see Gemma Arterton live tbqh) and Dublin later in the year, probs. XD Might need to save my money a bit.

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02 Jul 14 at 3 pm

vieja-bruja:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified replied to your post “thorified replied to your post “thorified replied to your post…”

It’s actually not allowed to post off-dates here in the Netherlands, at least SE doesn’t…

Well, if I do InterRail, that’ll cover the trains, so I’ll just need to check out how much the local transport is. Some of the local options might actually also be valid with InterRail… I’ll link you to the info pages once and you can tell me what’s what in the Netherlands. ;)

And, yeah, I’m getting more and more curious about Artus. The cast looks amazeballs and omg Sabrina in that Morgana outfit. xD Too bad that you’ll miss out on it; damn summer breaks. :hug:

Ok just let me know when you get your ticket and I’ll figure it out with the info you send me, or call the train office back home.

YES I HATE THE SUMMER BREAKS I NOW HAVE ALL THE TIME FOR SWISS AND AUSTRIAN MUSICALS AND NOTHING IS PLAYING.
I’m sad.

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vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

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It’s actually not allowed to post off-dates here in the Netherlands, at least SE doesn’t seem to approve of it. But do let me know which performances you were looking at, I’ll need to know ;D

Lmfao, that’s… interesting. Especially since fangroups of SE’s German productions can usually tell you the upcoming month’s schedule for all the swings, let alone the leads. xD

I was thinking of doing a weekend in December? So def two shows on a Saturday and then the Sunday would depend on my travel arrangements. So that’d be the 6th, 13th or the 20th, I guess.

Explain November to me, though… According to the website, there are only performances on Saturdays… is that the Dutch way of doing previews, or? xD

I know! But I must say I personally haven’t seen it happening yet for Dutch shows. I once bought tickets to a very specific Sunset Boulevard performance, Pia Douwes’ premiere, but then the other lead injured herself and it was in no way certain anymore that Pia would be playing on that date. So I mailed SE and they told me “you come for the show, not the performers”, but tbqh less nicely worded. To be fair that was 6 years ago but… guess you’ll have to keep checking her fanpage then.

Ha you want to see a lot of shows ;) Makes sense if you fly over of course. Do you want to buy the best possible seats for all performances? ‘Cause with Korea and all my budget might not allow for that… :P;

Ehm. You know I checked other sites as well and I keep getting the same schedule, but it puzzles me as well. Previews are not generally like this, but just the first week or two of performances before the show officially opens. I have no clue what’s up with that schedule… might be that the theatre was already booked but even that idea seems farfetched. So eh, sorry, I have no idea what’s going on there XD;

Silly Stage. Don’t cast Pia, then, if you don’t want people wanting to see Pia. #duh

Yeah, if I’m going halfway across Europe to see the show, I definitely wanna go at least twice. Not all for top price, though; Erasmus isn’t giving me that much money. xD Of course, if you have any info about what the situation is like over there with student discounts and/or discounts in general, that’d be super-useful.

I still need to see how I’m actually getting there, though. There’s a bus from Brno and a train from Prague, but both of them take ages and don’t cost that much less than flying would. Or, if I were to go the weekend before Christmas, I *could* fork over the money for an adult (sob!) InterRail pass and make it a longer trip, maybe visit Amsterdam or sth, idk. I need to figure this out. Tips about what to see in the Netherlands are very welcome at this point ofc. ;)

And lol @ the schedule. At least I’m not alone in not understanding it; that’s comforting. <3

I know right? But like said, they might have changed their policies so if you want to be sure, keep checking her fanpages.

Well there’s not all that many possibilities for discounts here. I used to have a culture pass that used to give me a discount at certain theatres, but I no longer have that and besides that I just see discounts for kids and the elderly. Not even those discounts apply to every show. =/

The good thing about the Netherlands is that everything is ridiculously close together. Like, I don’t know if you want to stay with me, but I live in the neighbourhood of Utrecht (about 25 min with the bus), and from Utrecht you can reach practically every city by train. Amsterdam is about 30 minutes away for example. Cities I would recommend are Utrecht, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam or Eindhoven, because most tourists seem to visit those. Utrecht is my personal favourite, Amsterdam probably has the most sights. The theatre is in Scheveningen, which you can only reach from Den Haag (The Hague) anyways, so you could probably combine the two. And as Scheveningen is a beach town you’ll even get to see the North Sea and so round off a list of typically Dutch things to see ;D

It might still have something to do with previews, though, that’s the only reason I can come up with, but I really haven’t seen such a drawn out schedule before.

I’m really warming to the idea of InterRailing it. I just realized Artus is playing in St. Gallen on the 19th, so I might do that and then come up the next day. Or something.

Don’t mention the sea, I was just talking to my mother how unfair it is that I should go to a beach town in the winter. -.-

And, yeah, do house me pls! xD :*

Aw boo I still want to see Artus too but it’s not playing anymore while I’m here in Bayern boo :( But that sounds like a great plan XD

The sea still looks fantastic though ;)

Just keep in mind you’ll need to pay extra for public transport then, trains aren’t the cheapest here and you’ll need to get an OV-Chipcard from somewhere as well for public transport. I’ll look into it when the time comes.

vieja-bruja:

thorified:

vieja-bruja:

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It’s actually not allowed to post off-dates here in the Netherlands, at least SE doesn’t seem to approve of it. But do let me know which performances you were looking at, I’ll need to know ;D

Lmfao, that’s… interesting. Especially since fangroups of SE’s German productions can usually tell you the upcoming month’s schedule for all the swings, let alone the leads. xD

I was thinking of doing a weekend in December? So def two shows on a Saturday and then the Sunday would depend on my travel arrangements. So that’d be the 6th, 13th or the 20th, I guess.

Explain November to me, though… According to the website, there are only performances on Saturdays… is that the Dutch way of doing previews, or? xD

I know! But I must say I personally haven’t seen it happening yet for Dutch shows. I once bought tickets to a very specific Sunset Boulevard performance, Pia Douwes’ premiere, but then the other lead injured herself and it was in no way certain anymore that Pia would be playing on that date. So I mailed SE and they told me “you come for the show, not the performers”, but tbqh less nicely worded. To be fair that was 6 years ago but… guess you’ll have to keep checking her fanpage then.

Ha you want to see a lot of shows ;) Makes sense if you fly over of course. Do you want to buy the best possible seats for all performances? ‘Cause with Korea and all my budget might not allow for that… :P;

Ehm. You know I checked other sites as well and I keep getting the same schedule, but it puzzles me as well. Previews are not generally like this, but just the first week or two of performances before the show officially opens. I have no clue what’s up with that schedule… might be that the theatre was already booked but even that idea seems farfetched. So eh, sorry, I have no idea what’s going on there XD;

Silly Stage. Don’t cast Pia, then, if you don’t want people wanting to see Pia. #duh

Yeah, if I’m going halfway across Europe to see the show, I definitely wanna go at least twice. Not all for top price, though; Erasmus isn’t giving me that much money. xD Of course, if you have any info about what the situation is like over there with student discounts and/or discounts in general, that’d be super-useful.

I still need to see how I’m actually getting there, though. There’s a bus from Brno and a train from Prague, but both of them take ages and don’t cost that much less than flying would. Or, if I were to go the weekend before Christmas, I *could* fork over the money for an adult (sob!) InterRail pass and make it a longer trip, maybe visit Amsterdam or sth, idk. I need to figure this out. Tips about what to see in the Netherlands are very welcome at this point ofc. ;)

And lol @ the schedule. At least I’m not alone in not understanding it; that’s comforting. <3

I know right? But like said, they might have changed their policies so if you want to be sure, keep checking her fanpages.

Well there’s not all that many possibilities for discounts here. I used to have a culture pass that used to give me a discount at certain theatres, but I no longer have that and besides that I just see discounts for kids and the elderly. Not even those discounts apply to every show. =/

The good thing about the Netherlands is that everything is ridiculously close together. Like, I don’t know if you want to stay with me, but I live in the neighbourhood of Utrecht (about 25 min with the bus), and from Utrecht you can reach practically every city by train. Amsterdam is about 30 minutes away for example. Cities I would recommend are Utrecht, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam or Eindhoven, because most tourists seem to visit those. Utrecht is my personal favourite, Amsterdam probably has the most sights. The theatre is in Scheveningen, which you can only reach from Den Haag (The Hague) anyways, so you could probably combine the two. And as Scheveningen is a beach town you’ll even get to see the North Sea and so round off a list of typically Dutch things to see ;D

It might still have something to do with previews, though, that’s the only reason I can come up with, but I really haven’t seen such a drawn out schedule before.

vieja-bruja:

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It’s actually not allowed to post off-dates here in the Netherlands, at least SE doesn’t seem to approve of it. But do let me know which performances you were looking at, I’ll need to know ;D

Lmfao, that’s… interesting. Especially since fangroups of SE’s German productions can usually tell you the upcoming month’s schedule for all the swings, let alone the leads. xD

I was thinking of doing a weekend in December? So def two shows on a Saturday and then the Sunday would depend on my travel arrangements. So that’d be the 6th, 13th or the 20th, I guess.

Explain November to me, though… According to the website, there are only performances on Saturdays… is that the Dutch way of doing previews, or? xD

I know! But I must say I personally haven’t seen it happening yet for Dutch shows. I once bought tickets to a very specific Sunset Boulevard performance, Pia Douwes’ premiere, but then the other lead injured herself and it was in no way certain anymore that Pia would be playing on that date. So I mailed SE and they told me “you come for the show, not the performers”, but tbqh less nicely worded. To be fair that was 6 years ago but… guess you’ll have to keep checking her fanpage then.

Ha you want to see a lot of shows ;) Makes sense if you fly over of course. Do you want to buy the best possible seats for all performances? ‘Cause with Korea and all my budget might not allow for that… :P;

Ehm. You know I checked other sites as well and I keep getting the same schedule, but it puzzles me as well. Previews are not generally like this, but just the first week or two of performances before the show officially opens. I have no clue what’s up with that schedule… might be that the theatre was already booked but even that idea seems farfetched. So eh, sorry, I have no idea what’s going on there XD;

  1. listenforthelove said: EVERYTHING IS BEES SOLYN reread the post again that you MADE YOURSELF GEESH