His parting shot before marching across the stage was "if I don't get out soon I'm going to f***ing p*ss myself"
I was on the same row as the other more mature first-half walk-out - he was far more sophisticated, he just stood up and said "Ah" and we all had to guess that he wanted us to stand up and let him though. Quite a high percentage of departures given the capacity.
They both missed Daniel Lapaine's alarming red-faced turn in the second act, a facial colour not seen since the Jacobi King Lear.
I see the Independent also noted it was more like a sitcom, but in a negative way whereas I viewed that as a positive.