On Tuesday, I went to Winchester's own magnificent little theatre to see Harold Pinter's The Caretaker. Not the cheeriest play in the world, true - but a "classic" nonetheless. If only his wife hadn't penned those dreary diaries about her life with the late playwright and turned him into tabloid fodder...
Here I am, posing beside one of the city's many dappled green waterways, on my way to eat pizza before curtain-up.
The following day, I headed up West (as we used to say about London's theatre-land) to see a production of All My Sons - written by my favourite playwright of all time - the American genius, Arthur Miller.
Here's a glimpse of the set.
Tonight, I'm off to the opera - but in the meantime - what's one of the best plays you've ever seen?