1. I'm not sure if you saw this but a girl posted a melody of quite, when I grow up and naughty but I can seem to find it anymore. She played it in piano. I was just wondering if you know about it and could point me in the right direction!! Sorry for the lack of detail.

    aslipofabolt:

    fymatildathemusical:

    Hi, I’m sorry but I’m not aware of the video you’re speaking of. I’d have a look for you but I have no home internet for a while, hence my lack of posts

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Yi-geZPF74

    Thank you very much!

  2. I'm not sure if you saw this but a girl posted a melody of quite, when I grow up and naughty but I can seem to find it anymore. She played it in piano. I was just wondering if you know about it and could point me in the right direction!! Sorry for the lack of detail.

    Hi, I’m sorry but I’m not aware of the video you’re speaking of. I’d have a look for you but I have no home internet for a while, hence my lack of posts

  3. oliviamatilda14:

    Lollie and Lottie at West End Live 2014

  4. Lollie Mckenzie performing “Naughty” at West End Live 2014
  5. Album Art

    fuckyeahmatildabroadway:

    This is Matt Harrington’s “Telly” from the 18 June matinee. I’m uploading it because it’s absolutely incredible how the kids in the theatre reacted to his dismissal of books. The booing was deafening – I’ve never heard anything like it.

    Matt drops a line right before the song starts (“she’ll never put her hand up in a theatre again!”). I asked him about the song after the evening show and he was still flummoxed by the whole thing, saying that he just needed to get to the song as quickly as possible because “you couldn’t get a joke to land when that was happening”. I’m sure it sounded worse from the stage; I thought he was still doing pretty well despite the dissent.

    Title
    "Telly" – 18 June 2014
    Artist
    Matt Harrington
    Album
    Matilda the Musical on Broadway
  6. Matilda the Musical + Ninja Moves

  7. emilygrace4ever:

”And though the people around me, their mouths are still moving, the words they are forming cannot reach me anymore.”

    emilygrace4ever:

    ”And though the people around me, their mouths are still moving, the words they are forming cannot reach me anymore.”

  8. sophiaegennusa:

    Day 2: Favorite West End Matilda

    Lollie Mckenzie! This girl is so spunky and adorable. How could you not love her? There have been so many amazing west end Matildas and my favorite is always changing…but right now it’s Lollie :) 

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Matilda the Musical is an Olivier Award-winning musical written by Dennis Kelly, with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin. It is based on the children's novel of the same name by Roald Dahl and produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company.