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Northumberland Ave, England, WC2N 5DE, United Kingdom
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Jul 13, 2019
Incredible atmosphere. The set for Fiddler.on the Roof was amazing. Fabulous version of the play. I unashamedly love musicals and this is the best I have seen in over 30 years. Great cast. Sadly we arrived 10 minutes late due to suspension of the central line but the usher could not have been more helpful and gracious. We were in our seats within a few minutes without the embarrassment of causing disruption. Great night all round.

Jul 19, 2019
The best Thursday afternoon I have ever spent indoors for a long time. However I would not recommend sitting in row K if you wanted a full panoramic view of the stage. The cast where excellent each and everyone especially the dancers. .

Jul 29, 2019
Fiddler on the roof, excellent opera, delicate stage and amazing actors and actress! It was really surprised that this opera is so attractive, the music was also excellent! Well, the theatre is relaxing place as well. Very cool inside while it was so hot outside.

Jun 24, 2019
Second visit to this lovely theatre. London is full of wonderful theatres, and this is one of them. If someone has mobility issues, the stalls are your best bet. My friend and I were in the upper balcony to see Fiddler on the Roof. The steps to our front row seats were incredibly steep. The view was wonderful - as was the production.

May 30, 2019
I feel like my review is somewhat conflicted. I wasn't massively impressed with the performance I went to see, which was mostly due to a poor understudy in the lead role. This has somewhat tainted my opinion. First the good. I sat in the Royal Circle, and had an excellent view (to be expected as tickets were not cheap). I was on the side but no obstruction to view. There are seats that are obstructed, these were indicated when booking. The seat was comfortable. It was steep so not ideal for those who are a little unsteady on their feet. In regards to the less than good. The drinks were incredibly expensive, even by London and theatre standards. And my glass of wine was not nice - took the whole first half to drink it, but at that price I wasn't going to pass. Long queue for the ladies which wasn't helped by the fact it was snug so it was more of a one in one out. Location of theatre is convenient. I would go again (depending on the show l), but I wouldn't pay as much for seats.

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