When I decided to indulge myself in the cultural life of Glasgow, I didn't expect to find that so many of my favourite musicals will be performed at the King’s Theatre. Starting with Paisley Musical and Operatic society’s production of West Side Story (23-27 February), my all-time favourite Grease (13-17 April), the rock’n’roll musical Save the last dance for me (03-07 May) and finally Footloose (13-18 June). I guess, you can image how excited I was, as I immediately went to buy tickets for the premier night of West Side Story. A piece of advice, if you want to go to the box office to buy your ticket, then you should go to Theatre Royal, not King’s Theatre, as tickets can be purchased only at the Theatre Royal.
Henry David Thoreau once wrote: “Live each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of each.” Or in other words live to the fullest. I guess that’s where the idea for the bucket list came from. The widely popular term, which original meaning was "things you have to do before you die or kick the bucket" seems to be in everyone's diary nowadays. The meaning of the term has slightly changed to be more of a wish list before a certain deadline. Thus, bucket lists ideas vary from "My summer bucket lists" to "50 things to do before you graduate" or "25 Places to visit before you turn 25". One of the most common bucket lists consist of the promises and wishes we make at the beginning of each New Years. So, here are 30 things I wish to do before the end of 2016.
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