I gave this a very good as OH really enjoyed it but it wasn't really my cup of tea, apart from the last ten minutes when there was an opportunity to shake your stuff and a few other things that I don't want to say as it might spoil it for you. Got tickets for $52 each from the Thomson rep. It's not a big auditorium with a middle and two sides and our tickets were to the side but still able to see okay but I would try and get the middle block as there is more chance to participate in the aforementioned last gasp interaction. The first five rows in all sections are provided with rain ponchos as there is a chance to get messed up. I would say that the first three rows would be difficult to see all the action as you are looking up at the stage so for once front row is not the place to be. If you are not too fussed about seats they were selling them on the door for $50 and that was the 9pm Saturday night show, full price is $70. You can upgrade to the VIP package for an extra $20, this entitles you to two drinks, a programme, entry to the lounge and a meet and greet with one of the cast, good value if you are not driving. Tip - take a cardi or a wrap to put on or drape over your legs as it is fiercely cold at ankle level and there is no break.
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