Category Archives: Shakespeare

Dunham Massey

Wow, it’s almost the end of September! I’ve had a sick day today, due to a sore throat & sniffles which signal the start of some sinus action. Hopefully the amount of vitamin C & twisties* I’ve consumed have helped … Continue reading

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Henry IV Part 2. Please Permit Me to Ramble

Sunday evening saw us venture out into the cold summer air for the second part of Henry IV. ‘Cold summer air’? It was really cold. It had bucketed down for about 5 minutes in the middle of the afternoon, but … Continue reading

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Hostel Living

Be Warned: Whinge Post! There are a few things that are disagreeable about living in a hostel: very little personal space, loud, enthusiastic young adults at 3am, mixed showers, mixed bathrooms, boys who never learned to aim effectively, the realisation … Continue reading

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The Globe

I have been trying to keep my posts fairly chronological, but after today, I simply have to post out of order, to keep my raving fresh perhaps. Because today we went to the Globe to see Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part … Continue reading

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In the No-Longer Dodgy Part of Town

On the Southbank of London, called Southwark, stands the Globe theatre. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre it is often called, though Shakespeare never set foot in the one now standing (or has he??) The current building is a faithful replica (down to … Continue reading

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