Edward House Hotel London

5 St Georges Drive, London, SW1V 4DP, United Kingdom
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Dominium Theatre's Seats

by pitagiros

Hi everybody. I'm an italian student and this December i'm going to visit London for the forth time in my life, nonetheless i'm very excited and I can't wait to arrive...
I took a look for two tickets to buy for the musical "we will rock you" at Dominium Theatre.
I would like to have an advise for the seats. I noticed that seats "S32-S33" are available at about every audition, and I asked myself if there is a particular justify...
Anyway, can anyone tell me if some seats are particularly inadvisable? Is it better to stay in the stalls or in the circle?
Thanks in advance.

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by SallyM

Have a look at http://www.theatremonkey.co.uk/ for information about seats in London theatres.

I just had a look for S32-33 at the Dominion and there doesn't appear to be any particular issue.

Last time I went to the Dominion, the sound system was terrible, but that was about 20 years ago, so they have had plenty of time to fix it!

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by Odinnthor

A possible explanation, (without looking at the seat arrangement), is that there are some seats reserved for a few exclusive people at all performances.

When I designed individual England tours, I had a connection that made available to me the permanently reserved seats at all performances, that belonged to Andrew Lloyd Webber. He can literally go to any theatre at any time to any performance and his seats are waiting for him. Since he cannot be at all places at all times, my comnnection had access to those seats, which I added to my F.I.T deluxe trips. (FIT = Foreign Independant Traveller).

Obviously, if the seats in question are not premium seats, this possible answer is null and void.

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by TheLongTone

S32-33 aren't going to be very god seats. They'll be quite a long way back and well off centre. For choice I'd sit in the circle.

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by pitagiros

Well, I've been too about 3 years ago, and the acoustics was not so bad. That time I found a ticket (in the circle) for 25pounds, so I didn't have any expectation for the seat (that, fortunately was not so bad). But now I want to come back with my girlfriend, and I am a bit more selective in the choice. In your opinion, is line S too distant from the stage, or will we able to see the show?

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by TheLongTone

Take a look at the link to theatremonkey: they give plans of the auditorium. Like most English theatres, the front row is row A, so row S will be the nineteenth row, you'll be around seventeen metres from the front of the stage.

I find the idea that s32-33 are 'house seats' or whatever unlikely: they aren't aisle seats.

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by Odinnthor

You are right. Those seats are not house seats, - after looking at the seat arrangement.

Re: Dominium Theatre's Seats

by swissfondue

Hi Pitagiros, Hope you decided to get those available tickets to We will rock You. Seats S32-33 would be absolutely fine.

I saw the show last month from three rows further back and off to the side and our seats were excellent. The show is fantastic (second time I have seen it in London and just as good as two years ago) ENJOY.

Travel Tips for London

The Queen's Swans

by jamiesno

On your way from Windsor Castle to Eaton you have to cross the Thames and on the day of my visit it was full of swans, all apparently owned by the Queen, I was told. They are beautiful and if you like birds I am sure you will enjoy!

How to order "Skim" at Starbucks

by shutterlust

I love Starbucks. I adore it. And I don't care who wants to argue how commercialized or consumer-specific it has become. (of course it isn't as good as good old regular NY coffee that comes in Greek cups!)

How to order something "skim" at Starbucks?

It's easy!

Just say "skinny!"

"Hi. Welcome to Starbucks. How can I help you today?"
"Hi. I'd like a skinny cafe latte."

-oh. what does that mean?
-oh. it means a cafe latte SKIM.

The Odeon Theatre in Leicester Square

by Elodie_Caroline

I can't really give a fondest memory, every time I go there, I just love it!! Every time is different and special in it's own unique way.

I suppose the first time I went to London, as a teenager, would have to be one of the fondest memories. I was 17 and I was in love with my very first boyfriend Andy. We went to the West end, but he didn't really know his way around, so we ended up deciding to go to the cinema for the afternoon. He wanted to see a blue/porn film (at that age I hadn't even seen one), I wanted to see the big film at the time, 'Close encounters of the third kind'. So we saw what I wanted, at The Odeon Theatre, Leicester square. Whilst in there, he wanted to have a snog (kiss), I wanted to watch the film! If I go to the cinema, I want to see the movie, there's plenty of time for the other things afterwards! hehehe ;)


by Onedragon

there is the regular custom of passing by and seeing the beautiful CLOCK TOWER OF BIG BEN.... "Big Ben" does not refer to the famous tower nor to the four huge clock faces of this London landmark; instead, it refers to the largest of the five bells inside the clock tower, whose chimes are such a familiar sound to listeners to BBC radio over the years. The hour bell of Big Ben is 8 feet in diameter, weighs 13.5 tons, and was cast in 1858 by George Mears of the Whitechapel Bell foundry.


by DAO

Why do they call them Beefeaters? The answer: no one knows! Yes there are a few theories, but that’s all they are! The yare officially called YEOMAN WARDERS and they are the guardians of the Tower of London and the Crown Jewels. They have been there for over 600 years and they have no idea where the nickname came from. Don’t believe any person or website saying they know because they don’t. They are excellent tour guides by the way and you get it free with the insane ticket price.


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Address: 5 St Georges Drive, London, SW1V 4DP, United Kingdom