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We went to see School of Rock yesterday evening 5th Dec.The theater has the old charm of bygone years in Melbourne when theater going was a family night out.Very grandeos.
The show itself was out standing,the cast was exceptional, I cannot say enough about the...More
In Melbourne we are so blessed for live performance venues. This one is another classical beauty. Over the years I’ve seen performances of Dr Zhivago,Carole King, Singin in the Rain and so many more great shows.
My son is tiny and was told he could only have 1 cushion. He struggled to see the show. I asked 2 different staff members if we could get another one and was told no the policy is 1 per child regardless. They were unhelpful...More
Beautiful historic theater. It’s appears that all seating would give you a good view of the show. We were in the fourth row from the front, fantastic position, seating was extremely comfortable, sound and ambiance great. We seen ‘The School of Rock’ last night, which...More
We recently saw School of Rock at this theatre (awesome) loved it. The staff were helpful and friendly the building itself beautiful and even though we were at the back of the stalls we were close enough to see all. Close to the city and...More
Recently my wife and I attended Her Majesty's Theatre to watch the Queensland Ballet production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, we sat on ground level Row P seats 20 & 21 basically in the middle of the theatre two thirds back. when you pay $130...More
Went to see the Rocky Horror show at Her Majesty's.
Gorgeous theatre, lovely staff and a great cafe downstairs.
The show was great, it was the last night and Todd Mckenney, contrary to bad reviews really did interact with the audience. Our seats in row...More
Booked to see Rocky horror picture show - loved our seats and the service was excellent from the upstairs bar man!
We loved the show ! The theatre was looking a little sad - lots of holes in the roof ?
I would definitely come...More
Her Majesty's has a cafe downstairs that opens independently of the theatre. You can come early, as I did one morning for coffee and snacks. The prices are very reasonable and my toasted sandwich was delicious. The chairs are very comfortable and the art deco...More
Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving
up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.
so, we had fabulous seats, stalls row B, central which we got 20 minutes before the performance started so were very spoilt. I agree with Kerryn72 and think the central seats in row G of the dress circle may be better for... More
so, we had fabulous seats, stalls row B, central which we got 20 minutes before the performance started so were very spoilt. I agree with Kerryn72 and think the central seats in row G of the dress circle may be better for the views, particularly for your kids - although the theatre provides booster cushions for smaller children. It’s such a great show, hope you enjoy it.
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We were at row R at the centre stalls area. The overhanging ceiling of the dress circle wasn’t affecting us at this row when we were seated and we had a great view of the stage. Row V is about 4 rows back. The further you... More
We were at row R at the centre stalls area. The overhanging ceiling of the dress circle wasn’t affecting us at this row when we were seated and we had a great view of the stage. Row V is about 4 rows back. The further you are back, the ceiling becomes more of a problem. However, being seated helps and may counteract the overhanging ceiling problem. In our situation, we were made to stand up all the way at the back of the theatre, while the staff cleaned vomit 3 seats away from us. We were standing against the back wall so we couldn’t see half of the stage thanks to the overhanging ceiling. We literally had to crouch down and bend over to see anything on the stage, and yet we still missed a lot. I think at row V (centre stalls area), you’ll be fine as long as you are seated. The only problem would be if someone significantly taller than you is seated in front of you. Other reviewers have expressed problems of not seeing the stage well when someone taller is in front of them. In the rows close to us, some kids were provided with extra cushion to prop them up and help them see. Not sure if they’ll do the same for adults in the same situation.