Saturday, 12 April 2014

My What I Call Live Show - Miranda Hart

This week, after just under a years wait, we finally went to see Miranda Hart live! WE WENT!!! You can probably tell by the capitals that I was pretty excited....and still am even though it's happened already! I SAW MIRANDA LIVE AND IT WAS BRILLIANT!

It would have been nice to meet her, but our seats were pretty good because we actually saw her, plus the large screen really helped :). 

Her show
Obviously you can tell I'm a fan (is it too obvious?!) so it goes without saying that I did enjoy her show and by the sounds of it, my two companions enjoyed themselves a lot too! There were some really funny moments such as dating/party stories, but unfortunately I can't remember and post all of it :(, but here are a few things that stuck out:

- When 'Call the Midwife' came out in America, there was a glitch in advertising and so people expected Miranda Kerr....quite a surprise when Chummy appears played by Mitanda Hart!! (Google them, people!)

Now, this I can relate to because it happens to me a lot, obviously not with hot supermodels like Miranda Kerr, but other 'Fatima' named people....there are a lot of us Fatimas out there and at times it's very, very confusing! 

- That awkward moment you walk in the wrong way and for some reason you can't just immediately change direction, instead out come our phones and watches, because somehow, looking at our phone or watch makes it better and less obvious that we walked the wrong way!! Ahem, I actually did this the other day - I went through the wrong door in the gym and walked into the swimming area expecting to see gym equipment, lucky for me there weren't many people there so I took a step in, realised where I was and walked back out....awkward indeed! 

- It's the same when you go into a shop you really don't need to be in - you can't just walk out, instead you do a 'swoop' - as Miranda put it - touch a few items and walk back out...we've all done it! 

- Probably the funniest moment I can think of was when Miranda flirted with a member of the audience and after when she asked how old he was, he said '13',
and she asked, 'is that....your mum next to you?'
'Yes'
'Oh,' she says going slightly red, 'what year were you born in?' 
'2000' replies the boy,
'I'm very sorry' - this was majorly awkward for Miranda but HILARIOUS to see her when she realised how old he was. In her defence, it was dark and all she went on was the hair till the light pointed towards the boy. 

- Last point about the show; Miranda dressed up as BeyoncĂ©. There is literally nothing more I can say about this, becasue it says it all. I saw her dance and everything! It was great :). 

The message Miranda left us with, was to try and be 'the best version of ourselves' - excellent advice! 

On the whole, it was awesome. I'd like to see Lee Mack and Russell Howard next.....maybe some day I will! 

And here are a few photos:

Us on the way!
The Three Musketeers! 
The Arena 
Not really a flattering photo but proof of my non-black scarf :)

Keep reading all! Next scheduled post is about my new shop!! :) Very excited to share it with you all :) 

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