Today was an extremely early day. We left the hotel at 8 and went to the globe. It was worth getting up early. The Globe was really cool. My only regret was that we didn’t see a show presented there. Even though it wasn’t the original Globe, since the original burned down, it was an exact replica. Looking at this exact replica of a theatre used by Shakespeare himself gave me a chill. It was cool. After the Globe and lunch, we traveled to the BBC station. I really enjoyed the tour of BBC. Monty Python was referenced a few times and I got to be a newscaster with Katy. It was a good moment. I liked seeing an actual TV studio. You may remember me mentioning a disposable camera earlier. Well, after the BBC, I went back to the hotel and had the pictures developed. I had to pass the time (I had an hour) so I went on the internet (again, I paid for it). After I got my pictures back and had dinner, I went to the Comedy Theatre to watch The Children’s Hour. (It’s me from the future again. Like with Grand Theft Improv, I realized that it sounded like I saw this show by myself. I didn’t. The whole group was there) Holy cow. This is an intense play. I honestly don’t think I have ever felt this emotionally exhausted after a play ever. It was a good play, though, and all the actors were excellent, especially Elizabeth Moss. I would say that all those who are anti-gay marriage should watch this, but it wouldn’t do any good. (Me again. Just to elaborate. The fact that it wouldn’t do any good is because anti-gay marriage people are stubborn and would probably be completely unmoved by this play) After that, we came back to the hotel and had our final discussion about The Children’s Hour. Then I slept.
p.s. I realized that I forgot to mention a couple of cool moments at the BBC. First, there was Justin hugging the Tardis. Then, there was seeing a star’s dressing room. Finally, there was Kristen doing the weather and Justing being the invisible man.