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Have seen quite a few productions over the years and almost all have been wonderful. Saw Fiddler on the Roof and loved the way the audience feels part of the set. Haven’t eaten in the restaurant for a long time so can’t comment on the...More
Our first visit. Went to see Fiddler on the roof which we had seen some years ago at The Savoy. Didn't quite know what to expect, especially with a musical, in such a small (140?) seater three sided auditorium.
It worked really well. With the...More
I haven't been to this theatre before and I do go to the theatre most weeks but more in Theatreland in London. We loved this venue. So quirky and original. Pack of Lies was a really interesting and stimulating play based on a true story....More
Friends and I visited for the set lunch (which is always related to the play of the moment) and to see A PACK of LIES, which featured the dramatic offspring of two theatrical Dames: Finty Williams (daughter of Judi Dench) and Chris Larkin (Maggie Smith’s...More
This was our first trip to the Menier although we had heard about it from friends. We booked in the restaurant for 6:30 as the play, Pack of Lies, started at 8:00.
We were warmly greeted in the restaurant by a very capable and friendly...More
Arrived at 6.30 for dinner as the show started at 8.00 and was served very promptly and staters came out reasonably quick. We asked the waitress to give us 10 minutes gap between the main course as she said it was ready just as we...More
We went to see Pack of Lies last weekend (13th October) at the Menier. The theatre is small with the audience in close proximity to the stage, even in the back row, which we were. There is good raking on the seats (no peering around...More
I visited last summer (I know a delayed review). Me and my partner booked to attend Adrian Mole last year and I am a wheelchair user. We usually get a free carers ticket, as I am unable to attend events on my own (I am...More
We laughed until we cried. Five superb actors and one musician take on not only the how "Hamilton," but also the entire essence of Broadway. Clever lyrics and staging reference a number of current and past productions on the Great White Way. The vocals are...More
A very intimate and Cozy restaurant and theathre. The theathre is small, but has charm. It is about a 40 minute walk from Leicester Square. And you see alot of nice building along the way, especially on your way back, when the lighting is on....More
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