Sunday, 27 November 2016

Henry of England







I was visiting and art exhibition in Reading the other week and walked past St James Church spotting this huge poster advertising the play being done in the church, a few days later I saw some news about it on the TV and recognised the church. The poster here is about 3 meters high and is the height of the North aisle wall




Taking part in Monday Mural


10 comments:

  1. Are you going to see the play?

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  2. You can't miss that banner! The play looks interesting. Wouldn't it be good if those historical-type plays were put on in the Abbey Ruins again? I suppose the work being done to restore the site is still in progress and the public haven't got access into that area.

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  3. ...what a good looking chap.

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  4. Well no one is missing this one Bill 😀

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  5. I hope the play was a success!

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  6. A great location for such a play!

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  7. Ooh, one of those flint faced churches! Imagine being in such an old building, and getting to see a play about English history. How exciting. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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