[Ansteorra] And after they play, you can come to the tavern!

Adam Seymour Adam_Seymour at thebaronsmen.org
Tue Mar 16 12:17:56 PST 2004

Greetings unto all good Ansteorran subjects,

It has long been the tradition in London that, following the attendance of a 
fyne performance, playgoers retire to their favorite pub for a pint or two 
in order to re-live the play they so enjoyed. Why, must of the tapsters and 
tavern keepers in Southwark owe their livlihood to the Globe, the Rose and 
the other theatres in the district. Why then should patrons of the Aster not 
have a tavern to retire to following a play? Why indeed! 

Thus am I happy to announce that the Cock and Pie, an excellent and most 
reputable tavern shall accompany the Aster Theatre this spring and be open 
for business following performances in the Aster. 

Therefore all of ye come to Crown Tournament and to Loch Sollier, thrill the 
day away with tournaments and sport, rest ye selves well at court, and laugh 
the evening away in the Aster while enjoying The Merry Wives of Windsor, 
then when the play has concluded, come to the Cock and Pie for drink and 
more merriement. Who knows, ye may even get a chance to talk to the players 
from the show! But be sure that the tapster will have plenty of good drink 
on hand and that a good time will be had by all.

Yours most cordially,
Adam Seymour
Proprietor, Aster Theatre

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