It is not often that anyone gives you the opportunity to decide where you’d like to be held captive. But if it could be any place at all, the National Theatre would be my prison of choice.
Think only of what fellow inmates would keep me company!
Designed by Sir Denys Lasdun, the National Theatre building stands next to Waterloo Bridge on the South Bank of the Thames.
During the day the building’s facade is rather severe, as is the case with much of ’60s architecture. But at night… well, you can see for yourself.