A very impressive building. We were lucky to arrive just before a tour was about to start. Tickets were 8 euro each. We had an english speaking guide. We started in the main gathering room (photo taking only allowed in this room) with an introduction to the history of the theatre, then we went inside. Wow! About 6 floors of viewing booths, and the Royal Booth front and centre. Unfortunately we could not see the stage area (apparently about 50m deep) because of a performance that night :-( A shame, because that was a key element of the theatre. We then went upstairs and into the Royal Booth. From there we walked through the Women's practice room and then into the Men's room, or Room of Echoes. Downstairs again and it was all over.
The guide was very entertaining, but I felt we should have/could have seen more 'behind the scenes' areas, and maybe a few tit-bits on some of the shows or performers that have played there.
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