Latest Loves 08/02

I'm sure you've all seen it, but if not check out the fab VW Black Beetle ad which takes over YouTube in a brilliant way. If you've not seen it, I won't spoil it for you, but all I can say is kudos!

Speaking of advertising, I'm a little late to the ball game, but I've finally got round to watching Mad Men, which is about the 1960s New York advertising world. There's nothing really to it - if you've watched it, you'll know what I mean - but it's still very, very watchable. Oh, and I think Don Draper is quite swell, too. ;)

Last night I got to see my 2nd musical of 2011 - though it's the 3rd time I've seen it - the utterly fabbity We Will Rock You. I'm a massive Queen fan and the musical really does do their songs justice - definitely worth a see if you're a Queen fan.

And finally, to old-school music, poetry. On the way home from the theatre last night I spotted one of the Poems on the Underground ads. This one was Keats' Lines from Endymion, which is quite a beautiful poem, as are most of Keats' poems, to be fair. If you fancy a bit of sensuous poetry reading, his poems are a good place to begin.

What are you all loving this week? x

1 comment

  1. Was it a good view from downstairs? We had an amazing view from the balcony - although the strobe at the beginning was like right in our faces lol. The lady as Killer Queen is amazing but nothing beats Sharon D Clarke as KQ.

    I have been loving books - I have 3 on the go at the moment (well technically 4 but I think the monster under the bed stole my House and Philosophy book so I need to get that back lol) I'm reading Pride and Prejudice on my Kindle App so that fills in the gaps when I don't have a book with me - like when I went to London on Friday lol.