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London theater recommendation(s)

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I hope someone will offer more before our brief stopover this summer.

Here's mine: Knight of the Burning Pestle, starting tonight and for the next two months at the Sam Wanamaker Theatre.

We saw it this spring at this delightful candle-lit indoor mini-Globe adjacent to the Globe. It's hilarious, and beautifully done. Good tickets went fast as I dithered over which night, since the theatre's so small. We ended up in the upper gallery next to the musicians, which was fun, with limited but decent sight lines if you leaned forward a bit. Players lowered the chandelier past us during intermission, candles blazing. I'd go see it again, but this time jump early on better seats.

I would expect that the currently running 'Tis a Pity She's a Whore is also excellent.

www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/whats-on/sam-wanamaker-playhouse/the-knight-of-the-burning-pestle

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