Went to see Omid Djalili who was quite good. Sadly half the audience were there to thank him for his efforts in saving a local football club rather than to enjoy his comedy and kept interrupting him (one drunk in particular who should have been asked to leave after the second time). Said drunk also chatted all the way through the show, despite a fellow audience member standing up and going over and asking them to be quiet. This was also despite one of the volunteer ushers being within earshot and doing nothing (as usual) The ushers are lovely old ladies and as they're volunteers you can't really expect them to tell a drunk man to be quiet but you can expect them to tell a manager and the manager remove them. (Though previous experience would suggest they scarper as soon as they can). It really ruined the evening.
Prices are high and the only decent seats are the balcony ones.
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