This beautifully refurbished former Church has so much to offer and is far superior to many other converted concert venues in London. We recently attended the Bach Brandenburg Concertos performed by the London Concertante Chamber Ensemble. It was an excellent evening, the programme was wonderfully performed to a very high standard and the introductions were extremely entertaining and amusing.
It was the seating which spoilt our evening. I was told by a snooty attendant to 'move along', I pointed out that I couldn't get my legs in the space without developing cramp. She replied it's 'impossible' but nevertheless I had to try to squeeze in to allow other people into their seats. If we had purchased the cheapest seats I perhaps could accept the discomfort but we paid more and were not warned of the situation. I complained to the venue but have not received the courtesy of a reply.
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