William Shakespeare fans should definitely visit the Globe Theatre – a perfect reconstruction of his Elizabethean playhouse. There’s a museum with some Shakespeare artifacts underneath. Or how about a day-trip to Stratford-upon-Avon to see his original timber-framed Tudor house?
Craig’s review of Globe Theatre tour I consider myself to be reasonably well educated. I'm not quite on the Albert Einstein level, but put it this way: I went to school. I'm not thick. I can do all the usual stuff: I can tie my shoelaces, I can count to ten, I can recite the alphabet backwards, I can say "… continued
Craig’s review of watching a play at the Globe I'm sitting in the Globe Theatre waiting for Julius Caesar to start -- that's the only play I could get tickets for because I left it a bit late. The place is packed out and all we are doing is watch them assemble the set. The stage is very close to the seats and rises up th… continued
Craig’s review of Stratford-upon-Avon The first thing that you need to know about Stratford-upon-Avon is that it's a totally different place to Stratford. If you catch the tube to Stratford then you'll end up by the old Olympic Village in east London. But the Stratford-upon-Avon that we're talking about is 100 m… continued