In my experience popular shows that start offering half priced tickets are often start going off the boil, but this was not the case with the Monday evening performance we saw. It felt every bit like it was the opening week and we really enjoyed it. It's not Highbrow stuff, but is warm-hearted and funny and close to my memory of the film.
One thing we were not happy with was the "top price" tickets at half price from Lastminute.com. The don't tell you where you are going to sit and their tickets were not (according to the usher) top price. Last minute would not respond to our emails and their call centre does not handle complaints!
Fortunately, we bought 2 extra tickets from the half-price ticket booth in Leicester Square who did give us excellent tickets and as seat were empty on their row all 4 of us could stay together.
Perhaps the theatre should watch more carefully who they allocate their seats to and how they advertise them. For that reason only I'm not giving the show top marks.
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