King’s Cross Theatre, London

When I went: 5 November 2015

Shows seen there: In the Heights

Size: Small

Typical price: Very reasonable (£50 for the best seats)

Special points: Division into two ‘platforms’

Where to eat beforehand: Grain Store

Comments:

King’s Cross Theatre doesn’t get much attention as a theatre venue, partially because it is some way from the West End, and partially because it tends to put on lesser-known shows, perhaps because of its small size. It is separated into ‘Platform 1’ and ‘Platform 2’ with the stage between the two seating ‘platforms’, so you will get a good seat wherever you sit. It hosted the Railway Children for some time as well as, more recently, the wonderful In the Heights.

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