OXFORD AND WARWICK
Got up early to be at the theatre (The Bristol Hippodrome) by 10:30am as there is work to do. I must inspect the new chairs before going backstage to help with the lighting. New though they may be the seat backs are hard as a rock. That should keep the elderly theatre goers awake. Then it's backstage to help lower the lights for bulb replacement and Inspect that all is ready for the matinee. I can never escape the cast and crew as even when I'm out and about in Bristol I keep bumping into them.
Anyhoo...she is a big movie and Potter and Star Wars fan.
So after the Matthew we headed into the M Shed which has a bit about a few famous Bristol folks (not much though). Like Cary Grant and that dude that made the Wallace and Gromit movies and Chicken Run.
Honestly there was a bit of Bristol history but even Fry's chocolate had a tiny little display behind glass that included maybe 6 chocolate moulds, tiny ones. Mostly the museum was about the poor immigrants from Somalia and how we should all get along. Since when does this have anything to do at all about Bristol and it sure as heck doesn't belong in a museum. At least not for 50-60 years. Honestly I don't recommend this museum. Go see the Matthew instead.
We had to hurry back though as we had a 7:30 Addams Family to attend. It was great fun with great songs but the most interesting thing was the guy behind me. He was beautiful, sort of reminded me of that guy/girl from the Crying Game but even more stunningly beautiful. He had a presense about him that was almost other worldy. His name was Ed but for him, I'd almost go gay. He was that beautiful. He was from France. I really can't explain just how you felt a certain glow in his presense. He was sort of spooky...and really kind of kooky but he was way too pretty for the Addams Family (P.S. he works at the theatre).