It’s time to take this on the road! I will be making my way to London tonight and you’ll be hearing all things British and getting myself into royal situations in the days ahead. Anywhere else where I don’t run the risk of running head-on into that one-man show trainwreck, Charlie Sheen. I hear he’s putting together some insightful wisdom he can randomly sputter for a live touring act for all of America to hear. Stay clear!
Anyhow, this will be my first time finally in the UK and it looks like I will have quite the adventure to look forward to in London. Shows I’m especially excited for include the Danny Boyle interpretation of Frankenstein at the National, a red-hot revival of The Children’s Hour starring Keira Knightley and Elisabeth Moss and a boisterous Europop concert by the Irish guys of Westlife. All this, plus major cultural hotspots like the two Tate museums (Tate Modern and Tate Britain), the Victoria & Albert Museum, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Queen Mum, Fleet Street, Hyde Park, the city of Bath and Prince William, among others.
With a stop first in Toronto, I will be flying across the Atlantic overnight for a morning arrival at Heathrow Airport on Wednesday. The adventure then continues through next Wednesday, March 16. So without further ado, let’s get started.