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No Mans Land

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Ben took us to dinner and then to the theatre last night. We ate a beautiful Italian meal before going to see a play called No Man's Land at the Duke of York theatre in West End. It was a Harold Pinter play and starred Michael Gambon, David Bradley, Nick Dunning and David Walliams. It was a nice night out.

Today Sonia and Ben are doing the last little bit of shopping for Christmas dinner. Whilst out in Crouch End, Sonia was excited to be queueing in one of the shops with an actor we have seen in a few TV shows. Apparently there are a few actors living in this area. Even Doctor Who lives here, but we are yet to see the police box parked anywhere.

In an unbelievable coincidence, we joined a queue waiting to go into St Pauls this afternoon immediatey behind a young teacher from school. She is on leave and travelling around the world. Unfortunately none of us got into the carol service in the cathedral as it was a full house. It seems that the probability of meeting a person you know in a city of 7 million people is greater than that of getting into a church service.

Posted by Neil-Sonia 05:01 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged family_travel

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