Thanks a lot for the compliment!
21 New Globe Walk, Southwark, London SE1 9DT
- Southwark Station (0.3 km)
- Mansion House Station (0.5 km)
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020 7902 1400
Gipsy Lane, Barnes, London SW15 5RG
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Hope to go this summer to another performance.
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voicy1stef, 3 July 2012:
Make sure you try to pick a day when it doesn’t rain – we were lucky as it didn’t, but I can imagine that it could be a soggy affair if it was.
But the fact that there’s such a monument of history which is so welcoming and actively used is a real testament.
The plays themselves are fantastic interpretations – great if you’ve got any school-aged children.
A tip – if you’re standing up – get there early and lean against the back of the theatre, as after a few hours, you’ll need it.
There is no excuse. Not to go. There are standing tickets for 5 pounds each (no orange sellers but you can’t get closer to the real deal that this). You have more money to spend? You can sit too. That’s all really. Just go. You’ll be charmed.
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