TWENTY-THREE. 5’6. CAPRICORN.
IRRITABLE AT TIMES. NO FILTER & DARK HUMOR. ACTUALLY A HUGE SOFTIE. UNINTENTIONAL FLIRT. INKED & PIERCED IN HIDDEN PLACES. EGOTISTICAL. FASCINATED WITH THE HUMAN BODY & ITS ANATOMY.
BISEXUAL WITH MALE LEAN. SWITCH. SINGLE. NOT INTERESTED. LITERATE. [ 𝙃𝙔𝙋𝙀 𝙁𝙊𝙍 𝘼 𝙋𝙊𝙎𝙎𝙄𝘽𝙇𝙀 𝙏𝘽𝙃 & 𝘿𝙈 ]
I visited a place related Tove Jansson in Helsinki.
1.Her born house(Luotsikatu 4)
She lived here (1914～1930).
2.Her Atelier(Ullanlinnaku 1)
It's an apartment that she have died from 1944 until 2001.There is a commemorative plate at the entrance of the building.
3.Her grave(Hietaniemi Cemetery)
She is sleeping here with her parents and brother.There is a doll of Moomin troll and the book ''Comet in Moominland''.
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TWENTY-THREE. VIRGO. SIX FOOT FIVE. KOREAN-AMERICAN. ANIME ENTHUSIAST. LOVER OF R&B/HIP-HOP. PLAYBOY. SUPER FRIENDLY & PROBABLY THE FUNNIEST GUY EVER. DOG AND CAT DAD. SINGLE, UNINTERESTED. NORMANI’S HUSBAND. BISEXUAL. DOMINANT. ELIAS’S BESTFRIEND. A HUGE FLIRT. THE KING OF CRACKHEADS. OLDER BROTHER TO ELRIC. TROUBLE MAKER. COULD BE THE WORST REPLIER OR THE BEST REPLIER. NEEDS MORE FRIENDS.
Have you ever been to see a show at a Theatre Royal?
Uh huh, I said 'a' Theatre Royal?
The answer is most probably yes, as Theatre Royal is a kind of theatre, not the name of one.
In 1737, in order to stifle criticism of the government, The Theatre Licensing Act was passed. If you've ever studied Tudor history you'll be familiar with the role of The Master of Revels- well, the 1737 Act changed this role from a ceremonial and artistic one, into one with a great deal of political power and legal authority. The position of Master of Revels was therewith renamed The Examiner (how foreboding and villainous is that?!) and had the power to decide which works of theatre were to be licensed and which not.
Unlike in the Elizabethan Era, the expectations were less prudish and limiting, and the ratio changed considerably: thousands of plays were licensed while tens were nixed.
The other aspect of The Licensing Act was to award patents to theatres deemed deserving of putting on these licensed plays. Only theatres with a royal patent, subsequently known as Theatre Royal(s) could perform serious drama. Serious drama became a legal category- performance of Shakespeare or Jonson or Dryden would be permitted solely at a Theatre Royal, whilst pantomime, comedy and melodrama could be performed anywhere and by anyone.
To my knowledge, any Theatre Royal still carrying that name should, theoretically, and if you ask the right person nicely, be willing to show you its document of Royal Patronage. This one was awarded to Newcastle's Theatre Royal in 1787 by George III.
gavin matsuoka ｡･:*:･ﾟ
an 18 year old angel inhabiting the body of a small 5'7 male. loves everyone, regardless of gender or identity. not yours, and probably never will be <3. the subbiest pillow princess ever, although he'd be willing to dom someone as a dare. list any kink and chances are he has it, though he'd never admit to being as dirty as he truly is. call him pet names, it melts his heart. kind of sensitive but also not at the same time. not afraid to speak his mind. adores hand holding and cuddling, as well as cute dates. passive aggressive. watches horror movies even though they scare him. doesn't care about your opinion. nonsexual age regressor. loves to take naps. katsuki bakugo + kageyama tobio enthusiast. kind of shy and awkward, but he tries his best! stardew valley expert. has a flower garden, although he doesn't have the greenest thumb. doesn't actually act like a twink. he works in a cat cafe, and wants a million cats of his own. really just wants some friends. strictly literate.
cmnt y/n lbl for a rate + fop
cmnt an emoji for a dm
hype for a tbh