Not really a big fan of theatre but took the kids to the panto and it was great fun. The theatre is easy to get in and out of (but a lot of steps). Snacks and drinks are available but we took some more healthy...More
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My husband and I enjoyed a Saturday afternoon at the Theatre watching Fracked. First visit to this theatre for both of us. Small and intimate theatre and very well maintained. Staff very attentive and professional Show almost sold out- not bad for a Saturday afternoon...More
Went to see Fracked yesterday which was an outstanding production. This was the first time that we had been here and like many old theatres we were very uncomfortable because of the lack of air conditioning. Given that it was not a hot day I...More
We went to the first night of Fracked! Having got some returned tickets for the Luxury Circle. Theatre very busy and It was an enjoyable experience. James Bolam was good, Anne Reid's voice was a bit weak without amplification but the star of the show...More
Me, my wife and a group of friends regularly attend performances at the Theatre Royal. Our visits are always a joy. It's such a wonderful old building and the staff are always friendly and helpful. The quality of the productions are generally of a very...More
Great show, great cast. Really enjoyed Sweet charity, singing and dancing and scenery all very good. Cosy theatre.
What a wonderful theatre, so many of these old theatres lost over time, sloping floors, chandaliers, red seats and boxes close to the stage. So small and intimate, loved the production of Nell Gwynne and closed out a perfect few days of visiting.
We were very lucky to get tickets for The Mentor, part of the German season of plays with F Murray Abraham. What a treat! This was my first visit to the Ustinov Studio and I wish I could afford to go more often. The small...More
We attended the Ustinov Theatre for the first time on Saturday for the Privilege of watching F. Murray Abraham in "The Mentor" The studio is a fantastic intimate venue, which provides a clear view of the stage from the sharply raked seats We were in...More
Although our seats were at the back of this small historic theatre we still had an excellent view of the stage. We went to see the very funny "What the Butler Saw". It was hilariously funny. We always arrive in Bath on Monday afternoon and...More