Monthly Archives: March 2016

*NEW* Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe Interview with ‘Dish’

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Here’s a new Outlander Season 2 interview

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A contest and a new Outlander Online post!

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Today we begin a “back to the season” routine! Every Wednesday at 1:00 a new post on ahead to the next episode of Outlander!  And, every Sunday or Monday you can expect a new reflection about the latest episode on   My Outlander Blog! At Bethwesson This week it’s about April 9th and the early season reviews!

To celebrate we are having a contest!


Just make sure you have pressed the follow button and signed up to receive notifications of new My Outlander Blog posts by email.  The button is on the left hand side  <<<<<<<<<   Whether you are new to the blog or you’ve been here since the beginning  ❤️ you’ve got the same chance of winning!

Hang on Outlanders the drought is nearly over!


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Outlander Fans are Spending Springtime in Paris….A Look Ahead to April 9th

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I read my first critique of Outlander Season 2 yesterday. I have to say it was with trepidation that I clicked the link.  The title of the article lead me to believe it was positive, but experience has taught me to withhold judgement on these things.  Too often, I find myself wondering if the reviewer had watched the same show I had. The oft used “pop culture” language sets my teeth on edge and I still have issues with how they address the fact that a majority of viewers are female ( at least I think that is still true, I haven’t seen statistics lately).  Some of the new buzz words being used to describe the show  are “female-centric” and “genre-bending” and so far, I’m not foaming at the mouth or rolling my eyes every time I see them used.

It was a predominately positive review…whew….I was relieved.

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New/Old Picture of Sam Heughan in ‘Macbeth’

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Here’s a pic of Sam Heughan in ‘Macbeth’


‘As a teenager I was introduced to theatre at The Lyceum, each month attending free preview performances. The first being a production of Merlin. The passion, music and emotions I felt literally had me shaking in my seat and I was hooked. Still at school, I then did work experience in the Stage Management department. I got a crucial understanding of the work behind the scenes. The building had cast its spell on me and I then joined the Lyceum Youth Theatre whilst working as an usher in the evenings. The classes were an essential first step to understanding the craft where I met like-minded students and inspiring leaders. Evenings I spent ushering and watching every show, broadening my knowledge of the plays and actors at The Lyceum. I fell in love with the building, the secret backstage, the vast fly…

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