Visited her with my little brother as a gift from Mrs. Executive to see the fabulously entertaining Danny Baker on his "Good Time Charlie's back" tour. Small intimate theatre with a nice atmosphere and no seats appear to be any worse than any other. Atmosphere was good. Shame that the usherette (?) Sitting at the end of the row for a free show could not avoid rustling whatever she had in the dark with her. Old fashioned seats uncomfortably small and cramped together unfortunately, especially if you are there to enjoy a long show.
The real reason for this review as your Own experience is bound to be adjusted to reflect the perception of the show you happen to be there for is, believe it or not, the Hot Water Taps in the WC. Warning! Warning! Truly crazy unexpectedly high temperature hot water just to wash your hands. Never known the like as I literally burnt the palms of my hands when putting them into the water flow, simultaneously hearing the expletive from the adjacent sink as that theatre goer got a blast too. Sure they have little yellow 'beware hot water' signs but two questions occurred to me. Why have the tap water so very, very hot that it hurts in the first place? and why position the warning sign up above head height when you are by definition looking down? I concluded that the latter was so you saw it plainly as your eyes went wide and up to heaven along with the scream of agony, (as this was my experience.) What a wonderfully random memory of my visit!
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