Without all that pesky travelling getting in the way, I've had plenty of time to overthink and overplan future trips. London is always a favourite for me to go back to and plan to death. I've been following a recent post with interest regarding a London itinerary and these two comments came up about the Globe Theatre.
I went to a play at the Globe and found the seating very
Agree and even having the last row seating to lean against the wall
it’s not an experience I would repeat. When there are venues with good
lighting and acoustics and comfortable seats, why see productions this
I didn't make it to the Globe on my first visit to London and so I can't comment about the comfort levels, but for me the point of seeing a play there wouldn't necessarily be to see a Shakespeare play but more to experience a it in a way that may be similar to the way it used to be. No wrong answers, but I'm curious about others' opinions on what they hope to get out of a visit to the Globe.