Well-done. I love all the description. I felt as if I were there with you.
I always enter on a blog post reported to have photos with a bit of trepidation, fearing the dreaded screen reader’s litany of, “Unlabeled graphic.” But here this was not the case.
I enjoyed this thoroughly.
“You might wonder,” said our guide. “Why the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) would spend £112 million on a completely new interior for its world-famous theatre, only to leave in place these scruffy wooden boards…
Looking at me, he continued: “Do you realise, Sir, you are treading the same boards that creaked beneath the stage shoes of Lawrence Olivier, Richard Burton David Tenant and Dame Judi Dench…”
We all looked to our feet, standing on the hallowed wood, feeling amused but unworthy…
We were enjoying a long weekend near Stratford-on-Avon; soaking up the delights of Warwickshire in late July. The theatre is always a treat, but the RSC creates experiences you never forget.
This to be followed by an afternoon performance of Richard III –…
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