February 16th, 2017.
After no premieres in the first four (five?) weeks since I've been back in London, I'm now at 2 premieres, the Baftas and Elle Style Awards, and London Fashion Week Starts tomorrow. Plus I arguably have a 9(ish)-to-5(ish) job which has nothing to do with photography. I'd like to add that I'm also simultaneously dating multiple models, but that sentence would be conspicuously more untrue than the other two.
Still... what's that? A premiere at the British Museum? Sign me up for that. Here's how it went down:
And so... that was rather fun. Apparently it's based on a true story, doesn't feature zombies, and there's scope for at least 25 prequels based on letters of the alphabet not yet appended to cities.... so that's nice. I for one will now head back to the office, pick up my work stuff and get to the train station to find that my train has been cancelled, and the next one delayed by 20mins. If you live in a city or country that hasn't privatised its railways yet, I would advise issuing credible threats of violence against politicians that are greater than or at least equal in scope to the dumptrucks filled with cash and false assurances of competence provided by commercial organisations. But that's a side-note. For now this premiere means I can put another entry into the Archive of Movie Premieres, and that's not a bad thing.
Until next time!
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