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All reviews king lear upper circle mary stuart excellent play tennessee williams box office ladies toilets actors playing stall seats restricted view front row leicester square great seats west end production stage interval
This is overall a lovely theatre. British, traditional and not too huge. I take issue though with selling tickets - we went last night - row S, seats 3 & 4 - and not being told there’d be a restricted view! We went to see...More
Saw "Darling I'm Home". from back of stalls. When purchasing tickets, no mention of restricted view. The set is a 2 up, 2 down house. We could see the downstairs and about the bottom 2 feet of the upstairs. As soon as we got there,...More
Saw the Saturday matinee of this play which was very good. I booked the front row of the Royal Circle, so we had a great view. After 2 hours the seats got a bit uncomfortable due to being slightly cramped, but that’s the same as...More
Saw the production of Home, I’m Darling this evening. This is a nice theatre, easy walk from Trafalgar or Leicester Square. The staff is friendly and available. The condition of the theatre is great but due to the era that it was built the seats...More
We loved this play, interesting premise and fabulous actors (Katherine Parkinson and Richard Harrington) who carried the whole evening. The set was good too. We were in upper circle and had to bend slightly to see the (little bit of) action in the top part...More
Went to see 'Hello I'm Darling'. Great show in a nice theatre. Intimate and historic.
Sat in the upper circle (row B) but a good view despite being high up.
I was told that the ladies loos are very small, so be warned.
We went to see Home, I'm Darling but my score is for the theatre as we had a very restricted view in Box L. we moved at the interval to the Circle and this was far better. there were plenty of empty seats and the...More
A super little theatre giving a genuine feeling of being close to the stage and the action, wherever you are seated. The staff are polite and helpful and supervised the audience the the production very well.
We went to see Home, I'm Darling but my score is for the theatre and not the play. We sat in row A in the stalls and perhaps next time would sit a bit further back or in the Circle as we felt that we...More
Seats A9 & A10 in the Royal Circle are the best! Superb View.
We came here to see 'Home, I'm Darling' and it was great. We had drinks in the Terrace Bar upstairs where, if you arrive early, you can sit down for a bit....More
Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated
by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.
There is a cloakroom just off the foyer on the ground floor where you can check coats and bags. They will also look after wheelchairs if you have one as they can only allow two chairs into the auditorium itself
There is a handrail at the front if you are in the dress circle. Seats may be cramped but we generally sit here as it's cheaper. You will find that that row c or d will be much more expensive. In the stalls row a not a... More
There is a handrail at the front if you are in the dress circle. Seats may be cramped but we generally sit here as it's cheaper. You will find that that row c or d will be much more expensive. In the stalls row a not a good idea as the stage will block yr view.