The said play was completely worth it. Rajat Kapoor's Hamlet adaptation - fantastic adaptation, often tongue in cheek, wonderful cast, brilliant performance, short and crisp. Totally deserving of the standing ovation that it got.
But the Museum Theatre - though it has a lot of character and old world charm, it had a mouse frolicking on the wiring near the stage, there was a musty smell all around, the loos belong to the 19th century and worst of all the sound does not carry well enough. One had to strain to catch all the dialogue- so what if it was a mix of English and Gibberish.
I am not in the habit of carrying spare clothes for Anush on outings - for a couple of years now.
On Saturday we had met up for dinner at a friend's house and were generally having a good time. Post dinner, I inadvertantly wet Anush's dress at the sink (did not realise that the water would gush out so forcefully). What followed after, left me feeling that I should carry a spare no matter how remote the possibility of ever having to use it. Anyway with the second one's arrival I will anyway be lugging around a bag with all sorts of stuff soon. An extra frock will not add any more weight or hassle.