Greek, Agnostic, Traveller, very liberal.
I like sci-fi, photography and if you like fascism or any kind of dogma, keep out!
The Canadian airline turned Christmas wishes into reality with help from a virtual Santa.
Demetrios Georgalas‘s insight:
Airports are perhaps the least jolly of locales during the holiday season, generally…
Κάθε μέρα ο Δημήτρης Γεωργαλάς επιλέγει την «προβοκάτσια» της ημέρας…
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"The Phantom of the Opera", performed live in April 1998 at The Royal Albert Hall gala celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 50th birthday, by Sarah Brightman and Antonio Banderas. Sarah Brightman performs five songs during the show, including duets with Michael Ball and Dennis O’Neil. The celebration is a star-studded collection of artists performing a wide variety of selections from some of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s best-known musical productions. The entire two hour program, directed by David Mallet, is available on the 1999 DVD release, "Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Royal Albert Hall Celebration", from Polygram Video/Universal Music.
The song, “Phantom of the Opera”, features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Richard Stilgoe and is the title song from the long-running smash musical of the same name. Sarah Brightman was the original Christine Daaé in the initial 1986 West End and 1988 Broadway productions.