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Marble Arch Theatre

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Marble Arch Theatre

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Mr. P. Brooks wrote a review Sep 2019
Uckfield, United Kingdom31 contributions13 helpful votes
My wife and I live in West Yorkshire, but were given tickets to '5 Guys named Mo' at the Marble Arch theatre as 70th birthday present in March 2018. We were excited by the reviews of the musical, but dubious about a temporary theatre, given the travelling time & expense. We should not have worried, the venue layout was excellent, with plenty of space in the reception/bar and toilet areas. The staff were well trained and welcoming, who just wanted us to enjoy the whole experience. The seating layout was like a circus ring and we happened to be inside it, sitting at a table. consequently we saw the front and back of the brilliant cast as they moved around the theatre, singing and dancing. People sitting outside the ring did not have tables, but were still close to the action. The seats were comfortable and we were not aware of any traffic noise.
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Date of experience: October 2018
Steven M wrote a review Aug 2018
Westcliff-on-Sea, United Kingdom114 contributions60 helpful votes
I saw Five Guys Named Mo here. Was really surprised at what I saw. I expected a rundown, ramshackle of a theatre. It was a great show to watch, and the theatre only added to the show.
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Date of experience: May 2018
Bernice D wrote a review Jul 2018
Brisbane1,243 contributions140 helpful votes
this was an absolutely brilliant show, it was theatre in the round, and walking inside was like becoming a part of a night club where the lighting was low and the music was fantastic. from the moment you arrived you felt as if you were part and parcel of this wonderful experience and boy could those five guys sing. Yes, brilliant to say the least.
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Date of experience: April 2018
Snowball's adventure wrote a review Apr 2018
Barnet, United Kingdom6,660 contributions1,059 helpful votes
The Marble Arch, which is sitting right outside Hyde Park and at the junction of Oxford Street (closed to Bond Street) and Edgware Road. The arch was completed in 1833 and it was originally used as a grand entrance of Buckingham Palace. But it was relocated several times until it moved to its current address since 2005. It was once even used as a police station between 1851 to 1968. The Marble Arch itself was easily being overlooked as it didn't have a long history and it isn't particularly grand neither nor beautiful. According to Wikipedia, this John Nash's arch design was based on the Arch of Constantine in Rome and the Arc de Triomphe de Carrousel in Paris although it's nowhere as magnificent as them. The whole Arch was made of carrara marble and its colour used to be whiter, thanks to the air pollution. However, I'd still recommend everyone to slow down, take a look of the architecture of the Marble Arch next time when you are around the area. Afterall, this is possibly the most famous Arch structure in London.
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Date of experience: April 2018
RonL40 wrote a review Apr 2018
Utica, New York3,284 contributions916 helpful votes
Massive marble arch, now one of the entrances to Hyde Park. A landmark in the Buckingham Palace area; we were fortunate because it was close by our hotel so we enjoyed the arch many times. Well worth the glance when you are walking by.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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