Admiring A Bottom

A friend we’d only ever met online was appearing in an outdoor performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, playing a cross-gendered Bottom. So, in a first outing to any sort of event in a post Covid world, Heather, Faith and I made the journey to Polesden Lacey to see Emma Continue reading

Meeting Shakespeare

This year’s WAY AGM was in the land of Shakespeare, at his home town of Stratford-Upon-Avon. So it was a surprisingly small train took us out of the hustle of London and away to a more tranquil town. Stratford really does make an impression. Emerging from the station to be Continue reading

Shrewish Globe

A trip to the Globe is a sort of yearly occurance, so long as we remember to book tickets in time. This year it was to see The Taming of the Shrew (a play neither Heather or I had seen before). It was an interesting production, the setting transformed from Continue reading

A Bit Of A (Much) Ado

Just catching up on things going on, which brings me to a little theatre trip. Heather and I went to the Globe to see Much Ado About Nothing. It was an excellent, at times quirky, performance which we enjoyed a great deal. It was a joy to watch Benedick and Continue reading