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Show was fast, energetic and the sets are amazing but it lacked something special that other shows I have been to had.
Maybe sitting behind young children who couldn't concentrate on the show had something to do with the enjoyment. Throwing soft toys in the...More
Went to see the Rocky Horror show at Her Majesty's.
Gorgeous theatre, lovely staff and a great cafe downstairs.
The show was great, it was the last night and Todd Mckenney, contrary to bad reviews really did interact with the audience. Our seats in row...More
Booked to see Rocky horror picture show - loved our seats and the service was excellent from the upstairs bar man!
We loved the show ! The theatre was looking a little sad - lots of holes in the roof ?
I would definitely come...More
Her Majesty's has a cafe downstairs that opens independently of the theatre. You can come early, as I did one morning for coffee and snacks. The prices are very reasonable and my toasted sandwich was delicious. The chairs are very comfortable and the art deco...More
This is Truly an Amazing Show, Great Music, Lots of Comedy and Cast interaction with the Audience, Plenty of Adult humour, My Wife booked our Tickets with Parking close to the Theatre. Just a 10min walk, Lunch close by 5 minutes.
Such a Great fun.
We haven't been to Her Majesty's Theatre in Exhibition Street for a while, and whilst she is old, for me she doesn't have the wow factor. We had great seats for Rocky Horror and loved the show. We didn't use the bar, the toilets were...More
On a recent trip to Melbourne we were luck enough to purchase some tickets to rocky horror picture show . Wow, wow, wow! What a great fun show . Todd M was fabulous. The actor playing RiffRaff 12/8 5:30 . (Sorry I don’t know your...More
Went to Her Majesty’s Theatre yesterday and was highly impressed by one of the staff members. There were a group of people with special needs. She explained what was going to be happening and what to expect. This was evident at intermission where she explained...More
Watched The Rocky Horror Show here on a Friday night. The staff were good and easy to find for questions.
I didnt have a printed ticket and they had a hard time reading my phone's feed. Had to adjust to brighter setting.
We got the...More
Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving
up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.
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We were at row R at the centre stalls area. The overhanging ceiling of the dress circle wasn’t affecting us at this row when we were seated and we had a great view of the stage. Row V is about 4 rows back. The further you... More
We were at row R at the centre stalls area. The overhanging ceiling of the dress circle wasn’t affecting us at this row when we were seated and we had a great view of the stage. Row V is about 4 rows back. The further you are back, the ceiling becomes more of a problem. However, being seated helps and may counteract the overhanging ceiling problem. In our situation, we were made to stand up all the way at the back of the theatre, while the staff cleaned vomit 3 seats away from us. We were standing against the back wall so we couldn’t see half of the stage thanks to the overhanging ceiling. We literally had to crouch down and bend over to see anything on the stage, and yet we still missed a lot. I think at row V (centre stalls area), you’ll be fine as long as you are seated. The only problem would be if someone significantly taller than you is seated in front of you. Other reviewers have expressed problems of not seeing the stage well when someone taller is in front of them. In the rows close to us, some kids were provided with extra cushion to prop them up and help them see. Not sure if they’ll do the same for adults in the same situation.