Firstly the play Amadeus was brilliant, no complaints there. Also the venue is good, however we felt there were a few issues. The main one for us is that we were a family party hoping to have a sandwich at the cafe before the matinee. We were surprised that the cafe is tiny - our local small theatre has a much larger cafe. There were 3 packets of sandwiches in the cabinet, and two of our party are vegetarian. There was a board listing a variety of sandwiches, and we assumed we could order but not so. We made do, but then had to hunt round for chairs. Secondly we noticed several people with mobility problems struggling with stairs and were puzzled that there didn't appear to be a lift, unless we just didn't see it. Finally our seats had very limited leg room.
The cafe although small could be improved by the addition of more chairs, and ensuring the chiller cabinet is adequately stocked, this may sound a small matter but is annoying when arriving at the theatre after a long journey, with no time to go into the town.
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