Phoenix Theatre, London

When I went: 25 January 2016, 17 May 2017

Shows seen there: Bend it like BeckhamThe Girls

Size: Medium

Typical price: Fairly reasonable (around £65 for good stalls seats)

Special points: Informal atmosphere

Where to eat beforehand: PolpoCantina Laredo

Comments:

The Phoenix doesn’t have as glitzy a reputation as some of the other London theatres, but has hosted long-running productions such as Blood Brothers as well as Shakespeare plays, Once, and Guys and Dolls when it transferred from the Savoy.

It can feel quite small inside when it is full, as the stalls seats are very close to each other, but the stalls are split into two columns so if you can sit at one of the four points at the end of one of the columns you can get in and out easily.

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