lovely shapes and textures add interest to the music. Acoustics are good and the theatre spaces small enough to be close to the action. We saw an impressive Magic Flute, and enjoyed also the spectacle from the cafeteria of a cruise liner leaving harbour.
The guided tour will take you to parts that you would not normally see with the ticket to a performance. On balance I guess I thought the tour was just worth the outrageous ticket price.
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