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MBH21 has shared 35 photos from 21 venues.

  • Duchess Theatre, section: Stalls, row: F, seat: 22
    The Play That Goes Wrong
    Nice and close.
  • The London Palladium, section: Grand Circle, row: C, seat: 20
    Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
    Not bad.
  • Wyndham's Theatre, section: Grand Circle, row: A, seat: 29
    The Man in the White Suit
    Pretty high up but sadly I could still see most of this terrible show. If you sank down in your seat, the wall hid most of the view.
  • Gielgud Theatre, section: Grand Circle, row: F, seat: 13
    The Upstart Crow
    Pretty high up and far from the stage.
  • Criterion Theatre, section: Stalls, row: B, seat: 5
    The Comedy About a Bank Robbery
    Second row back on the aisle. Great seat.
  • Barbican Theatre, section: Upper Circle, row: AA, seat: 11
    Jesus Christ Superstar
    High up but a good view for a cheapie. You miss things happening on the left side. (I saw the show twice, first time from the front row.)

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  • Wyndham's Theatre, section: Royal Circle, row: G, seat: 13
    Arthur Miller's The Price
    Quite a way from the stage. Roomy seat though.
  • St. Martins Theatre, section: Stalls, row: E, seat: 1
    The Mousetrap
    Pretty good seat. And the murderer is . . . . (stabbing noise and fading scream)
  • Duke of York's Theatre, section: Stalls, row: C, seat: 1
    Rosmersholm
    Good seat, just a few metres from the lovely Hayley Atwell. I have to point out that she's not a permanent fixture - it'll be someone else when you go.
  • Noël Coward Theatre, section: Stalls, row: L, seat: 27
    Night of the Iguana
    Okay seat, great play.
  • The Old Vic, section: Stalls, row: E, seat: 9
    Present Laughter
    This is a fantastic seat.
  • Wyndham's Theatre, section: Grand Circle, row: A, seat: 29
    The Starry Messenger
    Not a bad seat.

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  • Lyttleton at the National Theatre, section: Circle, row: C, seat: 1
    Tartuffe
    This is bit wide angle, the stage actually looked closer than this. All the seats at the National have good views - thank goodness for concrete.
  • The Olivier Theatre at the National Theatre, section: Stalls, row: D, seat: 1
    Follies
    Right at the front of the Olivier. It was a folly, however, to see this uninspiring 'musical'.
  • Vaudeville Theatre, section: Stalls, row: AY, seat: 10
    True West
    Front row to see Jon Snow himself, Kit Harrington.
  • London Coliseum, section: Balcony, row: H, seat: 46
    Man of La Mancha
    Cramped and uncomfortable, but maybe worth it for a cheapie. Great show with Kelsey Grammer, wish I'd paid more for a seat closer to the stage.
  • The Old Vic, section: Stalls, row: D, seat: 10
    All My Sons
    A terrific seat, just a few metres from Sally Field, Bill Pullman, Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan.
  • Ambassadors Theatre, section: Circle, row: L, seat: 5
    The Twilight Zone
    Not a bad seat for a cheapie.
  • Harold Pinter Theatre, section: Stalls, row: F, seat: 1
    A Slight Ache/The Dumb Waiter
  • Theatre Royal Haymarket, section: Stalls, row: C, seat: 14
    Derek Jacobi
    Nice aisle seat near the front to see the great Derek Jacobi talk about his life on stage, on TV and in film.
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