Anglesey has so much to offer, whether you want long coastal walks, cosy pubs, leisure centres, mussel picking or kite-surfing, it caters to all tastes so the bottom line is that you can never be short of Anglesey things to do in.
Anglesey Sea Zoo Anglesey Sea Zoo is ray of sunshine in Anglesey and located towards the very south of the island, overlooking the Menai Strait.
It is an excellent plaice presenting a fantastic day out for all kinds of soles, particularly families with groupers of children.
It offers plenty of tanks of various fish and marine life found around the coast of Anglesey although the playground is a bit of a red herring.
A movie that originally aired on NBC and became a cult classic, considered one of TV’s cheesiest movies of all time, is being adapted for a new Lifetime remake with the original star on board.
The New York Post reports that Tori Spelling, who continues to be closely indentified with her starring role in 1996’s “Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? “When the movie’s original star, Tori Spelling, heard that Lifetime was remaking the movie — with quirky actor James Franco producing, no less (he also has a small role) — she says she didn’t hesitate to board the crazy train,” The Post reports.
Spelling, 43, was asked whether she had any doubts about taking the part, and answered: “No, not at all, just because outside of ‘90210’ this is the project in my career that I get asked about the most.
I’m sure it’s almost entirely based on the [movie’s] title …
but people ask, ‘When are you going to get back together with the gang and remake “Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?
” It’s my favorite cult classic.’” Starring opposite Spelling in the 1996 movie was Ivan Sergei.
“In the 2016 reboot, Sergei has a small supporting role as a literature professor, but Spelling is front-and-center as Julie Lewisohn, whose college-age daughter, aspiring actress Leah (Leila George), is in love with lesbian vampire Pearl (Emily Meade),” The Post reports.
“Pearl, in turn, is trying to ‘turn’ Leah into a fellow ‘Nightwalker,’ a group of (mostly women) vampires who target (mostly) abusive men.