July 9th, 2018
Just one day after Disney's "Incredibles 2", London had yet another premiere! To coincide with the RAF's (Royal Airforce's) 100th Anniversary, it was for a documentary for the Spitfire WW2 plane. And because my level of British-ness on any given day hovers somewhere around "negligible", and also because I'm presently surrounded on all sides by ENGLAND as I write this... I'm going to make sure I keep this journal as respectful as possible. ish.
Here's how it went down:
So... actually that was a really great premiere. Our pen had less than 10 people in it, they were respectful, the crowd were fully entitled to be there, and the guests varied greatly and represent a considerable level of British history. There's apparently an RAF 100th Anniversary flyby of London tomorrow, too, so I'm looking forward to that.
Until next time!
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And one day later, in Trafalgar Square:
More photos from the RAF100 flyby here