I went for the "high-end" seats in the gallery, rather than the standing-room "groundlings" section. The seating in the gallery could be made a little more comfortable, considering the length of the plays.
But seeing the play (in my case, Antony and Cleopatra, with a dazzling performance by Eve Best) in this theatre was fantastic, and worth every penny.
There's "traditional" food and drinks outside the actual theatre, and the atmosphere is quite enjoyable, and a there's a lovely view of the river Thames right outside.
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