if you cannot see properly from the stalls, complain and the management will move the tall person in front of you. Precedent has been set. At a stunning concert a wheelchair user was sitting two rows in front of us. She was smiling and chatting to the people immediately behind her who had no problems with a wheelchair occupant in front of them. The people behind them complained. Management moved the lady in her wheelchair, put her right on the periphery, brushed aside as it were. I wondered if the person had been an abled bodied male if a complaint would have been made. More to the point would the management have told the man to move? forgive me if I have my doubts.
Perhaps wheelchair users are not really welcome.
The disabled toilet was downstairs beside the cloak room, no problems with that and the toilet was superb. But .... if you use a wheelchair please take someone with you as it is impossible to close the door from inside from a wheelchair.
is this acceptable? I don't think so.
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