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We loved the play, had a great view from the Stalls, although it would be good to have more leg room. However, our experience with the box office was not positive. We had booked a special package & I needed to know how to access...More
Never laughed so hard. This slap-stick comedy kept me in stitches from start to finish. It's so well done and the acting is superb. Highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys good old fashioned slap-stick. Lots of cool places to have dinner before the show...all...More
My birthday treat tonight. We walked out at the interval. Wish we could have left after 5 minutes. The Mousetrap was bad but this was dreadful. I thought it might be bad when they did some stupid bits with the audience before it started. Didn't...More
Wasn't sure what to expect but really enjoyed this show. It is a slapstick show and it is very well done. The set management was really very good - things stayed on the wall until they weren't supposed it at exactly the right time and...More
I haven’t been to the theatre in London for a while but was surprised at the security checks going into it. More so the haphazard nature of them, if you had a small handbag go one way if you have a large bag go another....More
I have never reviewed anything like this before, but my experience compels me to do so.
I truly can find nothing to commend this dire show whatsoever, except perhaps to a school group of 6 year-olds. My girlfriend and I kept exchanging glances every so...More
Hilarious show. We didn’t stop laughing and the preview of the forthcoming show ‘Magic Goes Wrong’ also looks very funny.
Our 10 year old really enjoyed it but was possibly still a little young to fully appreciate the humour.
Loved The Play that Gies Wrong very funny and brilliant acting.
However we were in the circle and the smell of old carpets and dust made me sneeze all evening. Especially bad on the stairs to the ladies toilets.
Probably needs a good vacuum at...More
Heard number of good reviews and lots of advertising... finally decided to go. It is probably funny for 5 mins, but after... I genuinely tried to understand why it is supposed to be comedy. This silly ‘cannot even call it humour’ actions been really disappointing...More
Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated
by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.
Response from countyroamer | Reviewed this property |
When I took my family to the Duchess we had seats in the Dress Circle. The theatre is quite small, and the view from there is excellent. Personally, if the theatre trip is a special treat, or there is some reason why you... More
When I took my family to the Duchess we had seats in the Dress Circle. The theatre is quite small, and the view from there is excellent. Personally, if the theatre trip is a special treat, or there is some reason why you could not sit comfortably in one of the rows, a box would be great, but I found the four of us had a wonderful view of the stage from there and could see all the action. If I could make a suggestion: try to get seats in rows A to E of the Dress Circle, preferably seats 9 to 14, which, I think, are centre of the row.