We visited for a self-guided tour and although it didn't take a lot of time we did sit in the audience and absorb the atmosphere. It is a very beautiful and impressive place and you really should take your time and enjoy the majesty. While we were there a group began to rehearse on the stage which was interesting because the stage is massively deep. I was really impressed, it is worth a good solid hour without a play, it would have been a lot of fun to catch a performance but our visit was too short to squeeze it in.
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