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Please note, this review is for the theatre not the performance. Due the awful view, it would be impossible for me to give a justified review of the performance.
Whilst the seats were comfortable, the tiering of this theatre means that the majority of the...More
It's a pop up theatre. So really you get what you get. I liked the entrance if a little cold that day. I thought it was quirky and atmospheric. The seating was a little cramped but as we where here to see the railway children...More
This venue feels more like a giant shed than a theatre. But it is functional and I founf the seating confortable and plenty of leg room. View from most seats seemed satisfactory.
I saw Lazarus here. First off I'd like to say I thought the...More
Venue was dire. Too hot and cramped. I struggled to see much of the show as the seats are not tiered enough. Spent the whole show sat on the left edge of my seat trying to see around the person in front. Disappointed for £75...More
Was here to see Lazarus a few weeks ago, while the bar and toilets couldn't really cope with the crowds, the auditorium its self was excellent, comfortable seating, small enough to have good views and top class audio.
Visited this unique theatre venue to see Lazarus on 18th of January. The theatre didn't feel temporary at all. As a Bowie fan of over 40 years it was a privilege to see his last piece of work. The Man Who Fell to Earth movie...More
Went to see David Bowie's Lazarus as a post Christmas treat. My review is for the theatre & not the show. Seating comfortable & the venue overly warm, but perhaps they were expecting it to be much colder than it was for January. My main...More