Kelly Bedard

Raynham, Massachusettes may seem like a pretty random place to write about. That’s kind of the point. I had the idea for this series while floating in the pool of a very middle-of-the-road hotel in the Boston suburb of Raynham.   I was there supporting a friend through some family stuff, one of the only […]

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Anyone who reads this site, and certainly if they follow me on social media, knows that I love Jeremy Jordan. He’s the bees knees of Broadway it-boys and the light of my Youtube algorithm. So when I realized he was playing the lead in the new Great Gatsby adaptation, and that it was having its […]

After four months, 12 towns, and 98 productions, our most ambitious summer of theatre coverage came to an end in Gananoque. With good food, cute accommodation options, fun tourist activities, and one of the best single-production showings we saw from any company on the Ontario Theatre Tour, our last stop might be remembered as our […]

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Click Here to follow along on our Ontario Theatre Tour as we explore the communities and companies outside of the city that we’ve never encountered before.   One of the great treats on the Ontario Theatre Tour thus far has been visiting the Blyth Festival. Not only is their outdoor venue one of the most beautiful […]

My husband and I went on the weirdest honeymoon you’ve ever heard of last month. It was ambitious, it was elaborate, it was more than a little bit foolish. It had no thematic connecting tissue and we somehow had to figure out how to pack for a full month with only a carry-on but somehow […]

The Weirdest Honeymoon: Tours, Excursions, & Museums

On the Weirdest Honeymoon Ever, my husband and I went mad with tours, excursions, and museums. Here’s a quick sampling of everything we did:   The Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Hard Hat Tour Cliffs of Moher + Aran Islands Blarney Castle Cork Leisureplex Gap of Dunloe Trinity College Tour + Book of Kells Jameson […]

When dreaming up our perfect honeymoon, my husband and I knew we wanted to incorporate cruising. It’s the method of travel that works best for us and we love being on the water so we came up with a wild and epic plan full of contrasts and quirk that would take us all over Europe […]

In this instalment of my series on how to visit New York as a happily cliché tourist, I’ll outline some of my favourite things to do in New York City. For Food, Logistics, and Theatre, check out the rest of this series HERE.   Walk the Brooklyn Bridge This is my all-time favourite activity in […]