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We came here for the David Bowie Experience tribute concert on the 13/10/18 and what a brilliant concert it was. Just a shame the arena was half full but the performance was remarkable. Also great to see the price for drinks went down in price...More
This is one of the best musicals I have ever seen! Fabulous songs ( some quite bluesy!) A superb stage production and cast - what a absolute treat!! And DMH is always worth a visit- such a beautiful building with stunning acoustics.
This place is the grandparent of all Leicester’s theatres, the Ark Royal of the local stage-show world, the Empire State of the county’s performing arts. And it knows it. Whether it’s opera, ballet, punk rock or poetry, in its day, this place has attracted the...More
My husband and I travelled to Leicester and stayed for 3 nights in Fosse Park Premier Inn who's restaurant does not open until 6 p.m. As we wanted to go to the concerts each night we did't have time for a meal so had to...More
Visited for the first time to see a comedy show. Easy parking in the pre booked car park for a very reasonable fiver although there was a strong smell of drains when we arrived.
Entry was straightforward and we were personally greeted by a smartly...More
I have been to DMH on a few occasions now.....to see live bands, stand-up comedians, magicians. The hall itself is easy to get to, with ample parking & on a bus route, plus not too far from the train station. I love the actual size...More
Another great night out at this entertainment venue. I went to see Sarah Millican for the fourth time with my wife, and yet again Sarah delivered. Each time we see her she makes us laugh out loud, with her rude observations of her life. As...More
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A to F are 'Flat Stalls' on the level in front of the stage and the 'Tiered Stalls' rising behind are advertised as also looking up to the stage from G to K. I have not sat in these though but have avoided them on this basis... More
A to F are 'Flat Stalls' on the level in front of the stage and the 'Tiered Stalls' rising behind are advertised as also looking up to the stage from G to K. I have not sat in these though but have avoided them on this basis due to shoulder/neck surgery in the past. I don't think you will be too bad trying to get 'H' upwards and centre if possible.