Posted 16 June 2013 - 04:11 PM
Posted 17 June 2013 - 01:08 PM
Posted 17 June 2013 - 06:50 PM
The good thing about going alone is even a show that is 'sold out' still often seems to have one seat going spare somewhere! I agree with what others have said, much easier just seeing what you want. Booked for Scottsboro Boys and Commitments on the same day, would never have found someone wanting to see both! And combined price came to £22 including fees - amazing!
Posted 17 June 2013 - 10:55 PM
Posted 06 July 2013 - 09:50 PM
Posted 07 July 2013 - 07:29 AM
No-one to have a pre/interval/post show drink with!
No-one to discuss the production with.
Theatre going with friends feels more like an "occasion" and can be very enjoyable.
Complete flexibility in what to see, where to sit, price to pay etc.
Almost always get single seats for "sold out" shows especially at the last minute.
You can indulge you selfish tastes (without inflicting them on others) and go to see a show multiple times should you so wish.
Talking to random strangers!
Not having the hassle of checking everyone's diaries and booking tickets and collecting monies. Because if you don't organise the trip it simply does not happen!
Not having to worry if someone else is enjoying the show especially if you have recommended it!
Posted 07 July 2013 - 08:52 AM
I always find with the more unusual shows there is often quite a few indiviiduals alone and often hardcore theatre fans so nice to have a chat.
The onlt shows I wouldnt be keen on going alone to are those like mamma mia, wwry etc where often big groups and a megamix at the end as feel a bit awkward alone! Though suits me as not my fave type of show
. Im a mid twenties guy and a few times I feel like people do wonder why Im at the theatre alone, I always manage to get upgraded which is great. Best offer so far was a completely free ticket for Sinatra at the Palladium!
Posted 07 July 2013 - 02:09 PM
I normally just get my phone out and start interneting (is that a word) or phone someone, or just read the programme cover to cover.
 Mary Poppins - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
 The Sound of Music - Wicked
 Oliver! - Billy Elliot - Grease - Wicked - Avenue Q - Sister Act - Wicked - The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
 Oliver! - Sister Act - The Lion King - Wicked - Sister Act
 Legally Blonde - Jersey Boys - Shrek the Musical - Wicked - The Wizard of Oz - Shrek the Musical - Jersey Boys - Ghost the Musical - The Wizard of Oz - Shrek the Musical
 Ghost the Musical - The Wizard of Oz - Matilda the Musical - Shrek the Musical - Wicked - Ghost the Musical - The Lion King - Les Miserables - Jest End - Shrek the Musical - Wicked - Wicked - The Woman in Black - Matilda the Musical
 The Bodyguard - Wicked - Matilda the Musical - We Will Rock You - The Woman in Black - Wicked - The Book of Mormon - Les Miserables - Charlie & the Chocolate Factory - Billy Elliot - The Bodyguard - Wicked - Wicked
 The Bodyguard - The Book of Mormon - Wicked - Blithe Spirit - An Evening With Julie Andrews
 Joseph (UK Tour)
 Cats (UK Tour)
 Evita (UK Tour x2) - Fame (UK Tour) - Chicago (UK Tour)
 The Sound of Music (UK Tour x3)
 Spamalot (UK Tour) - Avenue Q (UK Tour x2) - Dancing Shoes: The George Best Story - Joseph (UK Tour)
 The King and I (UK Tour) - Grease (UK Tour) - Blood Brothers (UK Tour) - Legally Blonde (UK Tour x2) - The Mousetrap (UK Tour) - Jesus Christ Superstar (Arena Tour) - Chicago (UK Tour) - One Man, Two Guvnors (UK Tour)
 Soul Sister (UK Tour) - High Society (UK Tour) - Hairspray (UK Tour) - We Will Rock You (10th Anniversary Arena Tour) - 9 to 5 (UK Tour) - Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (UK Tour) - Evita (UK Tour x3) - Thriller Live (UK Tour) - Joseph (UK Tour) - Cats (UK Tour x2)
 Mamma Mia (Int Tour) - Ghost the Musical (World Premier)
 The Lion King (UK Tour)
 Ghost the Musical (UK Tour) - Wicked (UK Tour x2)
 Sister Act (UK Tour)
 The Phantom of the Opera (UK Tour)
 Wicked (UK Tour)
Posted 07 July 2013 - 10:15 PM
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