First off, they are very strict about banning cameras from the show. Don't try to sneak one in.
The show itself is preceded by some outdoor entertainment, which is good for the kids. Some dancing, singing, audience interactivity, etc.
The show itself has one scene that is TOTALLY not suitable for young viewers. There's a scene that depicts hell, and is basically a bunch of people writhing around in pain, getting boiled alive, being beaten, etc. Could be scarring for the kiddies. Maybe I'm oversensitive, but there it is.
The show is mostly entertaining, good fun, and not that long. My partner liked it much better than I did... in fairness, I don't think I'm the target demographic (30yr old male).
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