Half-timbered and half-cut

November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p20
Features the International Shakespeare Globe Center in Southwark, London in England. Description of the Globe restaurant; Entertainment provided while guests tour the reconstructed theater; Plays starring characters from Shakespeare plays.


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