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“Very disappointing production of "Tonight at 8.30pm"”

Theatre Royal Brighton
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US$31.96*
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Cycling Tour of Brighton City
Ranked #24 of 176 things to do in Brighton
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 18 July 2014

3 one act plays from Noel Coward - none of our party liked them, very low applause at end.
Poor content and interest.

Lovely theatre otherwise.

Thank DolphinDorset
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

I've been there to a play and the theatre is really beautiful, exactly in the centre of the city. A good place to enjoy a cultural programm.

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Reviewed 15 July 2014

A lovely theater and a fun Agatha Christie play topped off our first evening in Brighton. We enjoyed a drink before the theater and mugged with the cut out of Poirot in the lobby. A lovely venue.

Thank drswaim
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Reviewed 6 July 2014

Went to see "Under MIllkwood " last night at this very special Theatre.Superb performance and it was a joy to be inside . Quite small but that only adds to the Atmosphere. My wife and I had seats in the Second circle about half way up at the end C16 & 17 , which were not too pricey and gave us a very good view. Would advise anybody who likes this sort of thing to go to this Theatre. My only " gripe " and not just with this Theatre , is the extortionate prices they charge for drink and "eats " I bought a small bottle of Beer and my wife had a medium sized wine and soda. They only have snacks so I got the small tube of crisps and a packet of another type of crisps and that all came to well over £12.50!! I just think its a bit much. But anyway at the end of the day it's about the Theatre and it's a very Special and a real Must for all Theatre goers.

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Reviewed 5 July 2014

This beautiful, ornate theatre is a wonderful venue to take in a play or show. Situated on a pedestrian street behind the Pavilion, it also has a lovely, Victorian pub attached to it if you fancy a pre-show drink.

The seating is tiered and therefore offer a good view of the stage from most seats, however if you suffer from vertigo or don't like heights, try and avoid the top tier, as it quite high up.

Thank Bobdobb
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