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Sondheim Theatre

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gazborangers wrote a review Mar 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom109 contributions215 helpful votes
After spending nearly £14 million on revamping the theatre they clearly forgot to do the seats. The uncomfortable seats ruined what would have been an excellent performance of Les Miserables.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Roger Lock wrote a review Mar 2020
Brimpsfield, United Kingdom50 contributions24 helpful votes
VERY uncomfortable seats but a good performance generally. It was a shame that the young Eponine who started off as a white child turned into a black one in later life (who carried a very obvious african timbre to her rendition of the much loved songs that Eponine sings) - continuity? At least Cosette remained the same colour. Either you start off black and remain black or you start off white and......... Fantine was a little "too well fed" to be the fighting to keep her daughter looked after.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jurica H wrote a review Mar 2020
84 contributions45 helpful votes
My love and I visit this theatre today. We were on Les miserables. We saw it for the first time and we loved it. Musicle is powerful, sad and funny. Actors were great. strong male voices , nice and gentle female voices along side of excellant acting performance. The show was great. We recommend it.
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Frances M wrote a review Mar 2020
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Saw les miserables last night and what a fantastic production. I have seen this musical twice before and this is by far the best version. The cast are all amazing especially the lead parts. I would also like to mention the superb service I received from front of house staff especially Lotte who looked after me from the front door to my seat. I use a small mobility scooter and she made sure that my access went very smoothly.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jim H wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia154 contributions161 helpful votes
Went to see Les Miserable last night. It’s a wonderful show and I have seen in a number of times. So, naturally we were really looking forward to seeing it here in London I. The new refurbished Sondheim Theatre. Tickets were medium range for this show at £88, not the cheapest tickets in the house by any stretch. In the first half a lady in front of us periodically checked her phone which was annoying. Then in the second half she was CONSTANTLY checking her phone. The ushers did NOTHING even though this was annoying a number of people. After the show I asked why the usher didn’t do anything about it and was told “don’t worry about it sir”. Pathetic!!! Ruined a great show. For future reference, if you have ushers, get them to do their job and the patronising after the show made me even more annoyed!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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