All five tickets in a row. Honestly, I haven’t checked in yet at Temple Studios, but I can already tell I’ve saved myself time and agitation by picking up all my tickets in advance at the National Theatre. Its only a 15 minute subway ride from Paddington, and you can easily kill the rest of the day on Bankside by going to the Globe and the Tate Modern.
I just finished watching The Day of the Locust in preparation for my trip to London and my time in Temple Studios. I think I may have trouble sleeping this evening. The movie helped me to more fully understand the reading experience, however it deviated a bit in the end. Anyway, if TDM reaches the level of shitfuckery of this movie, I’m in for a treat.
EDIT: I would have stomped the shit out of that kid too.
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