Booked in for a performance as we wanted 'the whole' experience and it was brilliant. The play was great, the view was great (slightly distracting with all the seabirds flying around and the potential for cetaceans though...), the setting was great and the weather was (mostly) good. Received a text the day before to let us know that it would be possible to buy food at a stall in the main car park. In the confirmation email it was also highlighted that the kiosk would be open. Decided to just get the food there, at the stall in the car park - wrong choice! After 30 min. only 4 people had been served and we gave up, went to the kiosk and got chili con carne which was reasonable - but it is not for the culinary experience you should come here, so either dine before or bring your own food (and bring your own drinks as queues are looong). The seats are stone seats, so either bring your own pillows or rent a pillow (with backrest) for £1 at the kiosk - well worth it! It is probably also a nice place just to visit, but the play was definitely worth the extra money as that was what the place was actually built for! Am highly recommending this to everyone :)
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