Wordless Wednesday 22 – London Life At The Globe

In Central London – A Free Tour Of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

well sort of


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Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

London
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

London
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

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Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

London
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

London
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

London
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

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View from near the theatre

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  1. Misterbump@Unofficial Chart Blog says:

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    I looks like its been taken from Stratford-Upon-Avon and placed, delicately, in London Town LOL

  2. Ash says:

    Oh wow! I am super jealous!

  3. Claireyh says:

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    Great to have a London tour each week, my linky is playing up, must run back to try and fix it,

  4. AndMilesToGo says:

    what a beautiful Tudor style building. Great shots.

  5. amandab says:

    Definitely on my list of places to go if we ever make it over πŸ™‚

    Happy WW!

  6. i love this building. have you been inside? i must see it if i ever get back to the UK.
    Happy WW

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    I have always loved that building!

  8. mizhelle says:

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    nice! looks like you are having so much fun in there πŸ™‚

  9. amanda says:

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    I’ll have to see if I can open your site at school…since The Globe is in a book a few of my students and I are reading.

  10. I would love to see a play there some day! Great pictures!

  11. The Mayor! says:

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    Oh I so can’t wait to make a trip across the pond! Love your photos, happy WW! :-))

  12. Absolutely amazing! I’ve always wanted to visit Globe Theatre!

  13. Is it weird that I actually *read* the titles of your photos in an English accent? lol Great photos! I’d love to go someday.

    Kristi, Live and Love…Out Loud
    @TweetingMama

    • stevebethere says:

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      @ Kristi
      LMFAO @

      Is it weird that I actually *read* the titles of your photos in an English accent? lol

      That cracked me up when i read it, hope it was a London accent and not a posh one LOLOL

      Thanks for stopping by

  14. prem2pram says:

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    Love the Tudor style buildings, looks like it’s going to be a fantastic journey of discovery.

    http://prem2pram.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/quack-quack/

  15. Stan says:

    Very interesting. I’ve always been fascinated by life in Europe during that time.

  16. I saw the Taming of the Shrew here in Vancouver a couple years ago. The director chose to use the stylings of a spaghetti western for the decor and such. I’m sure Will would not have been amused.

  17. wonderful captures. thanks for the free tour.

  18. Russ says:

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    Great pictures as usual Steve. How come I don’t see any of those famous umbrella days.LOL

  19. SuperJenn says:

    How I would looove to be in that building. *sigh*

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    Awesome pictures Steve…always a good part of London to walk around taking in the many great sights…

  21. Carolyn says:

    I wish I’d made the effort to go there, it looks fabulous!

  22. Very nice. Great photos.

  23. Susan Adcox @ Grandparents says:

    I didn’t get to the Globe the only time I visited London. Thanks for the virtual tour!

  24. cheerful says:

    nice pictures…i’m sure you had fun when you was there! πŸ™‚ happy wednesday! πŸ™‚

  25. Emm says:

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    Lovely photos! Unfortunately, I am not really a Shakespeare fan. I thought that I was and I thought that I remebered his stories well until I went to see Hamlet and was absolutely lost.

  26. Carrie says:

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    That is awesome. I would LOVE to see the Globe theatre. If I am ever in London it will be a MUST see on my list

    Happy WW

  27. thanks for another great visit to London! lovely tudor, I can almost hear some phrase of Shakespeare echoing through my head~~

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    Very cool! I’m jealous! Have always wanted to visit the Globe Theatre!

    Thanks for linking up on my site for WW. Happy Wednesday to you! See you again next week?!

  29. Jennifer says:

    Nice, great photos.

  30. gtyyup says:

    Beautiful building reminiscent of the era. Love the waterfront shot too!

  31. LeeAnn says:

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    Cool pictures! If I’m ever able to visit over there, I know who can be my tour guide. πŸ™‚

    Thanks for linking up today!

  32. AVCr8teur says:

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    It looks so modern and well-maintained.