Comfort is aided by being on the end row. I may be incredibly short but I still appreciate an aisle seat. The comfort levels are not helped by the long show but there are two breaks-a standard interval and a short scene change, where you can get up and move your bottom and back.
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at Palace Theatre
Second time seeing this incredible production. The first time i was right up in the balcony, and this time was just a few rows from the front in the stalls - it was even more amazing than I remember. Even being so close I couldn't work out how most of the 'magic' was done! The new cast are just as brilliant as the originals, and in fact I thought quite a few of them were even better. Special mention to the new guy playing Scorpius - I didn't think anyone would be able to top Anthony Boyle, but he was fantastic!