In some ways the view from the 'gods' seems better from the high priced 'armchairs' down below. We had great view over the screens and into the orchestra and rear choir. For the purists there might be better acoustic effects elsewhere but the spectacle on a balmy, moonlit night is hard to beat. Facial expressions were obviously not clear but voices and instruments carried well and the sweep of galloping horses and mule carts may well have been better appreciated from our viewpoint.
3 euro rented cushions inside seem a better option than the similarly priced purchased 'token' cushions from outside. A pillow from your accommodation might be even better. We saw the one show as we breezed through. We might lash out for closer seats next time to test the difference.
It was a 4 hour show with a 45 minute queue for decent seats and finished just before 1am. We didn't test the toilet facilities.
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