As a lot of you know this blog is my personal blog, where I can just post about anything I want and is my way of just letting of steam, or just posting about silly stuff!
But my full-time blog is Blazing Minds and today, I’ve been working on the blog for a special feature on my local cinema @VueCinemas Rhyl. It’s hard work but someone has to do it ;)
So today I stopped of at the cinema and had a good chat with Craig from the cinema and even had a guided tour of the projector room, WOW! How technology has changed over the years with the intervention of digital.
Now it’s time to crack on with the work for the blog feature, I’ll be bringing you information, photos and hopefully a set of interviews from staff and movie goers at the Apollo Cinema in Rhyl, so this could be my biggest challenge ever set by myself on a blog post.
Why Am I doing This?
Those of you who do read my Blazing Minds blog will have seen the movie reviews that I write and a lot of people have asked me about the cinema, so I thought it was time to show more support for my local cinema and write an informative article about it and its impact on the community.
I have posted on my Facebook page and the Rhyl Apollo page for those that visit the cinema to get in touch with me for the article, so hopefully, I will get some good feedback.
So please keep an eye on my Blazing Minds blog for this up and coming article as it will be interesting ;)
- Special Treat For This Blogger At The Apollo Cinema Rhyl Relaunch (blazingminds.co.uk)
Big Brother is returning to our screens, but this time instead of Ch4 it will be on Channel 5, it will be starting with the celebrities entering the house and having their turn showing themselves up as has-been actors and those looking to try and possibly get their careers back on course!
Then The Public join the abomination!!!!
Then it will be the turn of the general public, where we will see more of lifes tragedies making complete idiots of themselves in the hope of winning that big money prize and fame at the end of the shows run.
But do we really need this abomination on our TV screens, I would have to say “No” there are plenty of other brilliant shows that may have never got of the ground and are still sitting in a cupboard somewhere in script form, just waiting to be taken on and made in to the a new TV series.
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