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May 30, 2012

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Rev Stan

Ah, shame I didn't realise.
I'd stand at the Globe but I get a sore back and as I'm short, I'm bound to get a normal sized person stood in front of me blocking my view. I will try it at some point. Possibly.
PS really enjoyed Love Love Love although it is a bit too long.

John Morrison

If the bloke you sat next to resembles the photo, then I think it must have been me! I was at the Globe this afternoon for an entertaining Comedy of Errors. I know there are some people who can't adjust to that sort of theatre - Michael Billington is one of them.

Rev Stan

Was that you I sat next to in the second half last night (I was talking about how much I hated The Globe)?

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