Nice little theatre close to Hammersmith tube station. Very traditional looking interiors contrasting with the ultra modern exterior. The stage was quite high for us in the front row in the stalls but because the show 'Terror' is mostly about what is being said rather than a visual spectacle these were excellent seats for hearing every word of the dialogue and being able to see very clearly the facial expressions of the actors. It got a bit hot and stuffy by the end of the performance. I don't think we had any air conditioning. Would definitely visit again and especially enjoyed the pre:show meal in the Bar & Grill restaurant adjoining the roof terrace.
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