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As always you cannot go wrong with this theatre, close to home so it's very convenient.
Even though we had unallocated seats the show wasn't packed so we choose great seats right at the back. Being such a small venue the view of the stage...More
Went to see La Traviata performed by a local opera company. Only a 20 minute drive so great venue for us. Very busy theatre but free car parking available after 6.30pm. The ticketing system is a mystery though as some people has allocated seat tickets...More
Came to see Whitney the show was brill shame the crowd noisy talking all the time and drunk! I paid £50 for two tickets and dont expect this. The should do bag searches they do at Alban Arena or refuse to let them in they...More
I go to this venue a lots I've seen excellent ,average and not to my liking that is theatre ... Personal choice ... Tonight was a disgrace the performance great if you could hear it through the talking no one in control ... People blocking...More
The theatre regularly offers meals at reasonable cost and parking is usually easy in the adjoining car park. There have been some very interesting talks given by historians such as David Starkey. Michael Portillo and Lucy Worsley as well as musical celebrities such as Joe...More
I like this place as it's usually fairly on week days. Went yesterday to see the fantastic Bohemian Rhapsody and found it quite full with mostly elderly people. That was fine but the thing that made me laugh was the woman near the front got...More
We attended a few days before xmas for a very fun and entertaining afternoon.
We were a group of around 25 people. Absolutely enjoyed the show, the singing, backgrounds, props. I thought the children dancing/acting was superb very impressive so well co-ordinated. I loved the...More
We have been here lots of times for panto's , singers and comedians. Can't fault it. The panto this year is jack and the beanstalk and it is very good. Everyone in our family enjoyed it even our sulky teenagers.
Te Wyllyotts has been a staple in Potters Bar for years serving the community with theatre productions, comedy, Panto and various art exhibitions, cinema, Choirs, clubs, children parties and more. Definitely worth looking at their website for whats on in 2019.
Response from Jenifer H | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Obviously it depends on what you are going to see. However, probably the best overall seats are about 5 rows back in the middle. If you are disabled then the front row downstairs or you can take the lift to the gallery... More
Hi, Obviously it depends on what you are going to see. However, probably the best overall seats are about 5 rows back in the middle. If you are disabled then the front row downstairs or you can take the lift to the gallery seats and there is room for wheelchairs up there. The gallery is also a good viewing point, especially for films.