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Salisbury Playhouse is one of Britain's leading producing theatres and a registered arts & educational charity. It has a national reputation for home-grown work of the highest quality that attracts audiences from across Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset...more
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Went to watch Silence in the smaller Salberg part of the Playhouse. Sadly my party all had to leave at the interval because the seating upstairs was so cramped and uncomfortable. It is disgraceful that these restrictions were not mentioned in the program and booking...More
Went to see Love in the Links, an adeptation of P J Wodehouse. Well cast and polished performance with many laughs. See it if you can if it’s on tour.
The main theatre in Salisbury is larger than it looks from the outside. We had...More
I was given tickets to Moonfleet a couple of weeks ago. Just amazing. The production, the set and the voices were faultless. Then, randomly, I saw that Macbeth was on and since it was one of the only things I remember from school, I bought...More
I and my husband visited the Salisbury Playhouse to see "Moonfleet" on Sat. 28 April. The theatre is quite central in Salisbury not far from the train station and local pubs/eateries. This was our first visit and what a little gem. Great to have comfy...More
Although not overly bad in any particular way I just found the interior to be somewhat dilapidated which is unlike the rest of my experience in Salisbury. As this is a new thing for me, and by that I mean reviewing places I am unsure...More
I have never been disappointed by my frequent visits to The Playhouse. Most impressive, in my opinion, are the sets for the various productions which are detailed and utterly believable. On a practical note the seating has decent legroom and there are excellent sight-lines from...More
Had a very enjoyable evening watching "Murder, Margaret & Me". We required disabled wheelchair facilities and the staff were wonderfully helpful both on the telephone, when booking our tickets, and also at the venue. Disabled parking immediately outside the theatre. Ice creams at £2.50 were...More