Went to see a matinee performance of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - a 3 hour production. Fortunately there were 2 interludes after every hour which also helped to split the performance up. We were fortunate enough to get discounted tickets for the Royal Circle which is directly in front of the stage. The bar area was clean and tidy and the prices were not too over the top. The audience seemed to be mostly local people who frequent the theatre a lot and who are aged 50 and above.
The staff were all very pleasant and knew their jobs. You can book online and get to view what the stage will look like from different areas. I recommend the Royal Circle. You can also eat at the Vaults Restaurant but I don't know what that is like. Programmes were £4 and there are also leaflets which give plenty of detail about what's on in the future.
Bath has plenty of parking and the city is small enough for you to be able to walk everywhere in a short time. We will definitely be returning in the future to see another play and to explore Bath further.
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