Which is probably just as well, because the seats are so much cheaper. My wife and I can't afford to go there all that often but whenever we go it's a treat to look forward to. If you can afford to eat and drink there too you're in for a great experience. I guess I have just two problems with the ROH. I can't afford to eat there. And some of their productions depending on original choreography and settings are probably most enjoyable for the purists. But they are coincidentally well nigh interminable for the rest of us.
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