The official onsite car park opens after 6pm, with the unofficial car park by Bookers open much earlier for the same price, however neither car parks accepted credit cards even though I would have expected the official car park to have. As for the official car park, well lets just say its a plot of land gravelled over, not an 'official' looking car parking.
The queue was wrapped around the building, and even though we were halfway in the queue several ladies just came out of the next door pub and just hopped straight in front of us, no apology, nothing, and the official staff didn't do anything.
The main entrance was too cramped considering the numbers of people and the official staff didn't regulate numbers to create a safe environment. The seats were a little on the small size for leg room (being someone 6ft3) so was a bit uncomfortable and normally I would expect seats to be staggered so that you didn't see the persons head straight in front of you. So if you're a short person either bring a cushion or order a seat at the front.
Drinks were expensive even for a theatre, and again our of all the bars open, only one accepted credit cards.
My advice is bring your own drink, bring cash only, and if you're short have a plan B (ie. cushion)
The Sarah Millican show was excellent, just the venue needs an overhaul in all areas.
Date of visit: 1st May