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I went to see a children’s production of Tiddler.
The large hall had been separated perfectly as it could have been intimidating for a small child. They had used raised seating.
The staff on duty were friendly and willing to help, even if they were...More
Lovely building, beautiful. Setting for an orchestra or music act would be fantastic however unfortunately watching a comedian there felt like a school hall.
Don’t take card payments only cash, drinks like a tuck shop. Bit odd. Coke like water and over priced.
My daughter and I went to watch the Hallie at king George's what a fantastic time, the Russian opera singer was a last minute replacement, but was definitely outstanding . This was my daughter's first time seeing the Hallie, she found it outstanding . We...More
Came to see Jimmy Carr, its a local venue to us and its really pleasing to see that the venue is starting to attract some bigger names once again. I think the last time I came was well over 15 years+ before to see Jasper...More
Visited for the first time to this event in Blackburn. Lots of stalls selling various items and a number of stars 8-10 I think selling autographed photos. Number of people dressed up in costumes, all very good.
The venue itself could do with a bit...More
Came here for a comedy night, the comedy itself was very good, especially Alex Boardman who i thought was hilarious. The place itself is a little run down with uncomfortable seating and basic tables. The drinks from the bar are not that great either with...More
This venue has everything! Bars, main concert hall that has balconies and either standing or seating set up in front of large stage. There is also a further hall downstairs. Centrally located, it is also an impressive building and the main hall is quite grand!...More
Great concert but bar not opened until half an hour before so people having to queue and enter concert hall late. Blakeys serve drinks but you can't take them through to the main venue unless in plastic glasses which Blakeys didn't offer as a choice....More