We attended a show (Kristina från Duvemåla) at the Swedish Theatre last week. We wanted really good seats and therefore paid € 70 each. The places assigned to us were however on the third balcony and they were miserably poor. Two railings on our row and one on the row in front of us limited the view significantly, and this was extremely disturbing. What was going on in the back of the stage was never possible to see.
We tried to stand up to see, but this did not work either. We tried to sit on the edge of the chairs, but that hurt too much. Everyone around us had the same problems.
Since I am tall, I hit the head in the headlights several times and I still have a big wound as a memory of the show.
You normally to pay less for bad seats and that is fair. But we cannot understand why we needed to pay the SAME PRICE for our terrible places as those sitting at the front of the stalls.
By the way, to ensure good seats, we orderad and paid out tickets in April, half a year ago.
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