A letter from the Green Man

Did you spot the comment from the Green Man in the post https://intheboatshed.net/?p=276 ?

He kindly sent us a copy of his letter to the master and crew of the Master Shipbroker, who brought him down the river to land at the river’s edge near the Globe Theatre in London on Twelfth Night. The weather was terrible, and I think our Green person was even more grateful than ever for their help.

And thanks to you Green Man! Here’s the link to the organisers’ website again:


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