e were only able to get Stalls N14-17. How unhappy will we be there? (If the answer is 'very,' I'll keep a lookout for other tickets becoming available...)
If you didn't pay the top premium price, you'll feel pretty relaxed. If you paid a vast amount, there may have been better. You are next to the main runway at least, and will have a good perspective view of the action, but not quite as close as you may think. If you like seeing eye expressions, you probably won't - but you will be in the thick of several bigger scenes. You've done OK on view and comfort, maybe not so much on value-for-money, perhaps.
If you're telekinetic and you know it, clap my hands.
I’ve booked Dress Circle X25 to 27 for Endgame. Felt that £30 was quite steep given the response I’ve heard about these slip seats. Going with my mum and aunt who aren’t used to compromising their views for price so hope it’s not too bad. A big Alan Cumming fan so looking forward to it regardless.
‘I could fly to New York and back every day for seven years and still not leave a carbon footprint as big as if I have a child. Ten thousand tonnes of CO2. That’s the weight of the Eiffel Tower. I’d be giving birth to the Eiffel Tower’
The ice caps are melting, there’s overpopulation, political unrest; everything’s going to hell in a handcart – why on earth would someone bring a baby into this world?
Directed by Matthew Warchus, Claire Foy and Matt Smith make their Old Vic debuts in Duncan Macmillan’s hilarious emotional rollercoaster of a play, as a couple wrestle with our planet’s biggest dilemmas.