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With his South Pole trek behind him, we don't blame Prince Harry for wanting to do an activity that requires a little less walking.
The 29-year-old royal was spotted taking in a performance of the play The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable in Paddington on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Harry reportedly attended the show with a group of friends.
Of course, this isn't the first time Prince William's brother has enjoyed a night at the theater.
He and girlfriend Cressida Bonas were seen leaving London's Prince of Wales Theatre last October after watching the musical The Book of Mormon.
On Dec. 13, Harry, along with his fellow Walking With the Wounded team members, arrived at the South Pole after their 208-mile trek, which began on Dec. 2.
The team was comprised of injured English servicemen and women, including amputees, and Prince George's uncle spoke about both the journey and the charity during a recent press conference.
"Inspiring others is one of the cornerstones of this charity, to demonstrate to those who have experienced life-changing injuries that everything is still possible," he said. "I hope this truly unbelieveable achievement will remind everybody that they can achieve anything they want to."
Walking With the Wounded is a U.K. charity that helps retrain and reeducate wounded servicemen and women to help them find long term employment after they have left the Armed Forces. Harry currently serves as patron of the charity.