Of course we all know England’s affinity with football. They invented it. They became Kings of it in 1966. And they’ve been rubbish at it ever since. But there is no denying that English football has a huge heritage with London being a mecca for fans around the world.
The following is a guest post. There are three components that make a trip to the theatre either good or bad: the play itself, the direction, and the performance. The opening night performance of Richard II scored a 10 out of 10 on all counts.
The following is a guest post. Anthony M R Lewis is a tour guide at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Kenwood House in London as well as a voice over artist with clients such as Sony and Travel Channel. He began The Lost Valley of London project this year, as a way to combine this background with […]