Furnival House - University of Westminster
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Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales is, to date, the best piece of immersive theater I have ever had the pleasure of seeing.
In an abandoned building, The Bargehouse, behind the OXO Tower on the Southbank was a magical world where six tales of the Brothers Grimm were to be told to attentive audiences as well as other references made to a number of their other tales referenced in the set dressing and additional rooms opened up after the performance.
... and replied “no problem, I’m sorry for walking in on you”. When I returned to our tent, the lady was standing out the front of the little tent beside us. I commented, “there’s only a few of us crazy campers around at this time of year!”. She wandered over and replied “you know, I have been here all week, and you are the first person who has talked to me!”. She proceeded to share her very sad story.
... the 4 ninja turtles. I rolled my eyes at this, I'm sure anyone that knows me can picture the look that I gave them. We finished the night with a late dinner at Las Iguanas. A South American (Mostly Brazilian) place with delicious tapas and puddings (desserts). The chocolate cake w/ vanilla ice cream came with orange infused hot fudge. It was delicious!!!!! I've run out of time to upload all of the photos. Hopefully I'll have more time later to upload the ...
... some other vegetarian dishes (and some more pints of Fullers). Martin Freeman's King Richard III (with the Trafalgar group) was playing across the road, and I slowly began to realize that Martin Freeman is in EVERYTHING, now.
Our final stop was at Harrods, where we noted that very few items held price tags. We missed the Princess Diana and Dodi statue, having found out about it after arriving back at the Drayton, but that may have been a good thing.
... that we had booked on. There were so many young backpackers ahead of us and the custom authorities seemed to be putting them through the third degree which was taking so long. We were getting quite stressed about the situation thinking that we would need to catch a later train. Fortunately the train was held until all passengers were on board departing 40 minutes late. Once on board it was a pleasant trip to London where on arrival a driver was waiting to transport us to ...