- Wed, 21:43: The reviews are in and there's something rotten in Denmark. Oh well. Meanwhile my highlight was asking Mr Bell a question that wasn't daft
- Wed, 21:44: So I was happy. Yes, there was a Q&A, but the play, oh, the play. I've never seen The Tempest be truly, actually magical...until now.
- Wed, 21:45: Only the coughing fit from some zombie up the back broke the spell at the end, but t was during the spell breaking speech, so.
- Wed, 21:46: Mr Bel says it's just coincidence that he chose the Tempest as his last piece with his company, still., a grand exit. http://t.co/bY5JihPJAf
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