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Visited midweek, had one email saying bar opened 6pm, doors 6.30pm! Exactly at 6.30pm the doors finally opened. First impression staff unhappy, one member of staff had to ask if the bar was open to serve me? Plastic glasses! Also coffee machine was not in...More
Our first visit here to see Michael Palin. Although we were on the very back row of the stalls and there is no "rake" on the auditorium, we still got a good view and the acoustics were also good.. Chairs surprisingly comfortable. My only issue...More
Came here to watch my niece in concert on Saturday. Found the venue was really good and had decent amount of leg room but it got really hot inside. For long shows I think air conditioning would definitely be a good shout as sitting there...More
First visit, to see the Illegal Eagles. Great use of an old theatre that's been modernised inside to provide a multi purpose venue. Upper tier balcony has fixed seating and lower stalls area doesn't, but the seating down there was padded and comfortable enough and,...More
Went to see an Eagles tribute act. Easy to find and lots of parking nearby. Well organised with lots of friendly, efficient staff, 2 bars and average prices for the drinks. All in all a good venue and a great night out!!!!!
We found this venue advertised - three rooms all playing different music and it looked very interesting. Anyway, four of us went to the Soul Night and we were so pleased that we did. On arrival the staff were so helpful and friendly. We went...More
Unfortunately an excellent performance of Blood Brothers was spoilt by the venue. As this is a multi purpose venue it's not ideally suited to stage performances. There is no raked seating in the auditorium so it's difficult to see the stage without craning your neck...More
The Brilliant show includes Bright New Day, Marilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged hit Tell Me It’s Not True. There was a ‘Standing Ovation , as inevitably it “brings the audience cheering to its feet and roaring its approval”
Really good show would recommend this....More