The theatre at Quarry Hill is shaped like a Roman amphitheatre with a very low stage such that everybody has a first class view. We were in seats D46 and 47 which were just across the aisle from the more expensive central seats but with an equally good view. The play was interesting and powerfully performed, particularly by the central character. It was fairly expensive (£22 each) but well worth seeing.
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