We saw 'Patrick' in August. The seats were comfortable enough, and the performance was good.
The theatre is modern inside with good ticket reception, toilets and spaces to walk around - an art exhibition was on the walls (some pieces at £1000+). There is a bar/drinks area upstairs which we did not realise until too late during the interval. Presumably open before a show and during the interval. Unsure if there is a lift to get upstairs.
The stage for our show was not raised (ground floor) and the seats are tiered steeply. If you are unable to get up steps very well then buy a ticket early and get near the front.
We bought tickets in advance on the web site two days before the show - it seemed that only 3 rows of seats had been sold. Yet when we attended the place was nearly full. So I suggest buy your tickets a few days in advance at least in the summer when there are a large number of tourists, including coach parties, likely to attend. It will guarantee you get tickets and probably a better choice.
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