We booked tickets at the Park Theatre as we wanted to see David Hare in Pressure. The production and the cast were both really excellent, and well deserving of the applause. It was also great to see so many young people in the audience – unusual for theatre audiences in our experience.
There are a few things to be aware of; we didn't realise that the evening we booked was a football match day, and when we left we found a vast queue to enter the tube station. We therefore had to book a taxi to get back to Waterloo, which cost us a considerable sum!
The seating in the theatre consists of benches, and it looked pretty squashed on the upper levels. We were in the front row and managed OK by tucking our feet under the stage, but there is definitely a potential issue with legroom if you are tall.
For eating before the performance we managed to find a good little pizza place not far from the station, but there is also one right next to the theatre , as well as the popular café bar.
Definitely worth the trip!
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