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The Pavilion Theatre

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The Pavilion Theatre

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bigmincey wrote a review Feb 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom212 contributions106 helpful votes
This was my first visit to the Pavillion, which is surprising as i used to attend the now non-existent Apollo straight across the street. Went to see Ed Byrne. Really friendly staff in the Box Office. Its an old theatre, but still reasonably fresh and clean looking inside. Drinks and snacks were reasonably priced as well. Every staff member we came into contact with were friendly and helpfull. Cheers folks, we had a great night !!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Joan M wrote a review Jan 2020
Dumfries, United Kingdom32 contributions26 helpful votes
This must be about our 13th Panto here and all our grandchildren have grew up with pavilion panto but for the first time ever we all think it’s time for a change. Whilst the dancing ,costumes and scenery are excellent it now feels same old ,same old. I agree the cast work really hard it just sometimes feels that they get more out of it than the audience and we feel we’ve seen it all before. Unless there is a change in the cast it will be time for us to seek a different venue. Will miss you
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Cathlyon wrote a review Jan 2020
Paisley, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
The show was great all the cast did their best to involve the audience and many laughs were had,A few errors made but that just added to the fun!All our lot enjoyed it there was 10 of us.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Robert S wrote a review Jan 2020
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Went to watch a pantomime at the theatre first time in 50 years it was fantastic cast were superb would recommend this to family and friends it was quite an experience will be going again
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Date of experience: December 2019
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123Steph... wrote a review Jan 2020
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If you are a family avoid like the plague.. this is the most appalling venue i have ever been to and heard about you have to pay for babies to have a seat witch they are not allowed to sit in if your baby cries at a panto they are quickly asked to leave even when its the rude manager who wakes my baby and then tell me to shut IT up being a manager with that attitude towards young families is disrespectful. Now they do have nice staff.. Dont go to the pantos your experience will be ruined as your little ones are not allowed to get excited and stand at there seats.. basically they dont want you to go with babies or young kids( read there own policies) they should never be getting family booking because it isnt for all the family they say its fun for all the family but not.. that to me is false advertising.. and the management shouldnt be allowed to work with public they need new fresh managers ones which smile and welcoming to the public before booking check the reviews out on google kings theatre should get there panto bookings least they welcome all the family
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Date of experience: December 2019
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