A "children's review" of the Queen's Theatre production of The Hobbit, now playing in London.
Mithril has been creating Tolkien-inspired miniature figures since 1987, and now the company is asking their customers about which figures to produce next.
You may have read The Lord of the Rings 87 times. You may have the Lay of Leithian stored away in your head for those times when a fire by a hearth calls your muse. But what would you ultimately do?
Here is a partial list of the works which will be on display: The Lamp of the Valar, The Eagles of Manwe, Finduilas is led past Turin at the sack of Nargothrond...
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Looks as though many theatre productions of The Hobbit are trying to upstage the movies prior to the December 2001 release. Here's another one on the hardwood in London!
If you live in the northwestern corner of America, you may want to take some time out to take in this performance.
Jonny gets a nod from the media on his recent LOTR filming recap video.
"The barrow tombs are the most ancient mannish burial place in Middle-earth and are the resting places of the Edain of the First-age."
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"The adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, which opened on Saturday night, is the most spectacular show I have ever seen at Young People's Theatre..."
"On a blank leaf I scrawled: 'In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.' I did not and do not know why." -- J.R.R. Tolkien (1955)
"For every million dollars spent by Peter Jackson to make The Lord Of The Rings, his old school, Pukerua Bay, spent less than a dollar on its performance of J R R Tolkien's The Hobbit."
"Why do you dress all in grey?"
The English Tolkien Society sponsors the yearly gathering of Tolkien enthusiasts at Oxford.