Barmy Brumy

Overnight Idea!

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Ok...so i have an overnight booking with a very sexy escort in London on Saturday night. The idea is to take her to theatre and watch something like The Woman in Black or Ghost Stories at the theatre so that when we come back, we would be too scared to fall asleep for at least a few hours!!

Anyone seen any of these plays? which one would you recommend?

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Haha, nice idea!!

I saw The Woman in Black several years ago and it was fantastic! Definitely worth seeing!

Have fun!

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Ok...so i have an overnight booking with a very sexy escort in London on Saturday night. The idea is to take her to theatre and watch something like The Woman in Black or Ghost Stories at the theatre so that when we come back, we would be too scared to fall asleep for at least a few hours!!

Anyone seen any of these plays? which one would you recommend?

I am in favour of overnights, but I would far prefer to spend those ' social ' hours over dinner and drinks chatting and enjoying the company of the lady rather than couped up in a cinema or theatre for hours where social interaction takes a complete back seat ! However each to .............. ! :D

btw -- I have little doubt that the ladies will jump at the chance of a few hours in the theatre !

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Haha, nice idea!!

I saw The Woman in Black several years ago and it was fantastic! Definitely worth seeing!

Have fun!

Thanks! It has got good reviews too :D

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Haha, nice idea!!

I saw The Woman in Black several years ago and it was fantastic! Definitely worth seeing!

Have fun!

I am in favour of overnights, but I would far prefer to spend those ' social ' hours over dinner and drinks chatting and enjoying the company of the lady rather than couped up in a cinema or theatre for hours where social interaction takes a complete back seat ! However each to .............. ! :D

btw -- I have little doubt that the ladies will jump at the chance of a few hours in the theatre !

Well, the plan is to get dinner first so we have that social interaction and then off to the theatre for a few scares.

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I think Phantom of the Opera would put me in the right mood, I love that show.

I love horror movies, so I'd likely spend more time going over the best bits than being terrified of going to sleep lol. I wonder what you lady will be like? Having said that, I would absolutely love the offer of a night at the Theatre, apart from the fact that it is over 100 miles from where I live. I don't think the Malvern Theatre has quite got the import of the West End yet lol, but I assume the Theatre is for your enjoyment too?

Have fun x

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Well, the plan is to get dinner first so we have that social interaction and then off to the theatre for a few scares.

Sounds like quite an evening ! Sounds like you are going to be a popular punter with the ladies. Sorry, cant help you on the theatre front -- not my fav place. Have fun!:D

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Ok...so i have an overnight booking with a very sexy escort in London on Saturday night. The idea is to take her to theatre and watch something like The Woman in Black or Ghost Stories at the theatre so that when we come back, we would be too scared to fall asleep for at least a few hours!!

Anyone seen any of these plays? which one would you recommend?

Is a scary play a good idea? I do not know the plays but I think I would be put off if I was to watch a scary play with a client.

How about something funny, so you both leave the theatre on a happy and laughing note.. '39 Steps' is brilliant, the funniest play I have ever seen. If that had followed with a glass of wine and a bit of nookey it would be a brilliant evening.

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Is a scary play a good idea? I do not know the plays but I think I would be put off if I was to watch a scary play with a client.

How about something funny, so you both leave the theatre on a happy and laughing note.. '39 Steps' is brilliant, the funniest play I have ever seen. If that had followed with a glass of wine and a bit of nookey it would be a brilliant evening.

Thanks for that...didnt really consider the comedy option but i will definitely suggest it to the lady.

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'39 Steps' is brilliant, the funniest play I have ever seen.

I've not seen it Pia, but a couple of people whose opinions I trust rate it highly.

Whilst I doubt any west end play is likely to be that scary, I agree with Pia that something lighthearted would be more likely to get you both in the mood.

I would avoid anything too deep Barmy Brumy. Having spent a couple of hours in a restaurant, followed by a couple of hours in a theatre, do you really want to spend a couple more hours afterwards discussing the existential meaning of the latter part of the 2nd act :D ?

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I would avoid anything too deep Barmy Brumy. Having spent a couple of hours in a restaurant, followed by a couple of hours in a theatre, do you really want to spend a couple more hours afterwards discussing the existential meaning of the latter part of the 2nd act :) ?

I'll resist suggesting the Jack the Ripper walk then. :D

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The Woman In Black is a lot of fun, but only spooky in a couple of places, whereas Ghost Stories is far more creepy, some of the effects in it are superb too - I haven't met anyone yet who hasn't loved it (and a fair few spent a lot of time jumping out of their skin too!)

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I'll resist suggesting the Jack the Ripper walk then. :D

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Actually, the London Walks are usually guided by a "resting" actor who is fantastic value and very entertaining. The JTR walk I did years ago was very amusingly narrated.

Mind you, you are definitely right in terms of a suggestion for the OP. I can't imagine some poor escort, dolled up to the nines for an overnight (e.g. stilletoes, stockings suspenders and pencil skirt being too delighted at the prospect of a long trot around the east end :).

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Ever heard of the Capilano Canyon Suspension Bridge Experiment? Basically it's been theorised fear can be misinterpreted by the brain as lust. Got an interesting link for you here. Starts at this bit:

Narration: Another powerful force that can play a part in attracting a mate… is fear. The theory is that in times of heightened emotions … sexual attraction is increased. This theory was put to the test in 1974 by psychologists Dutton and Aron … in a study commonly known as the Capilano Suspension Bridge experiment.

In it, two groups of men were asked to walk over one of two bridges - one a standard, low, stable bridge … the other a wobbly wooden suspension bridge dangling precariously over a 200 foot gorge.

When the subjects were interviewed afterwards by an attractive female reporter, the men who'd walked the scary bridge responded with stronger sexual imagery than the men on the safe bridge… and were twice as likely to hit on the reporter.

So trying to scare the pants off her (ha) might actually be a pretty brilliant idea.

p.s. The Woman in Black was good when I saw it a few years ago, but nothing seat-wettingly terrifying. Maybe you two could make a daytrip of the London Dungeons.

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We have quite afew clients that take our ladies to plays and the woman in black has been seen by a few of our ladies and they all agreed it was very good. Why don't you ask the WG what she would prefer to do, either theatre or comedy evening, most WG's are easy going and like to do what you would prefer Good luck and enjoy your overnight :D

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Actually, the London Walks are usually guided by a "resting" actor who is fantastic value and very entertaining. The JTR walk I did years ago was very amusingly narrated.

Mind you, you are definitely right in terms of a suggestion for the OP. I can't imagine some poor escort, dolled up to the nines for an overnight (e.g. stilletoes, stockings suspenders and pencil skirt being too delighted at the prospect of a long trot around the east end :D.

There are several firms offering JtR walks. The one called London Walks is excellent - google for their website - for painting a picture of the lower end of industry in the 19th century.

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