We booked two seats for the first row of booths back from the stage. However, when we were shown to it it was already full ( if not over full). It was obvious that some people within a group had tickets for somewhere else in the room but decided to sit with friends/family; they couldn't produce their tickets when asked by the member of staff who showed us to our seats. We had the option of taking our seats and sitting in the middle of a potentially disgruntled group, or sitting elsewhere. The both looked overstuffed in any case and we decided to sit elsewhere. We elected to sit at a table directly behind the booth. The view was just as good and we probably had more space. The theatre is quite small and intimate, getting you close up to the performers.
The show started on time at 4pm with Rod Stewart, who had a reasonable voice, look and mannerisms. We also saw Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson and Elvis. Whilst they were all good, I think Elvis gave a good showman-like performance, engaging with the audience in a fun way. For me, I think the stand-out act was Michael Jackson who, in addition to the voice, had his dance moves just right.
The show finished at 5.15, so a 75 minute performance.
Overall a good way to pass an afternoon, even better if you could pick up discounted tickets.
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