People tend to check in during these times:
For Children's hour , old place, bad stalls
"La Bête", a fabulous 1h 40m. Mark Rylance, brilliant.
Extremely uncomfortable seats so come here when the play is really worth it. :)
Cosy little theatre, went to watch Mojo, avoid booking Dress Circle A21, B21, C21, D21 or E21 as you would not able to see the far left of the stage.
Try to get seats in the stalls. The view is better
If your afraid of heights,avoid balcony C!
Restricted view in stalls.
Chimerica - absolutely brilliant.
Chimerica is a great play! The theater is very bad designed, most of the seats have a terrible view. I would suggest to buy tickets on the lower floor only.
Lovely, intimate theatre but if you go invest in the more expensive seats. The circle is crammed and can be uncomfortable
The most thought provoking play in town! Real treat!
Nice and cosy.
Merrily We Roll Along ends it season on 27th July 2013...Rush to this wonderful 5 star production!
They call the Upper Circle the Royal Circle here. Be careful when booking seats, lots of other London call the first level circle their Royal Circle. eg London Palladium.
Kristen Scott Thomas and Rufus Sewell in Old Times. Big treat
Old times with Kristin Scott Thomas.
Worst seats of any theatre in the West End, cramped & minimal legroom.
A Chorus of Disapproval is set to wow audiences here from Monday September 17th.
Mini theatre. Tiny seats. Limited view from the balcony. Today was the last show of the "Spamalot",which was a privilage to see. Great cast!
A fantastic double bill of South Downs and The Browning Version. Both shows 5 stars!!
Hang around to meet the stars.
Douglas Henshall in Betrayal - yum!
Birdsong was excellent - must read the book now !
Mrs Warren's Profession opens this evening. Whoop.