Went to see The Marriage of Figaro, and while I'm not much of a judge it seemed to be of a high standard in comparison to other performances of that opera I've seen. Tickets were very good value. We sat in the stalls row 12 and the view and acoustics were very good. Sur-titles were very high up so you had to keep glancing up - if you want to follow closely I wouldn't recommend stalls for this reason. Seats are comfortable, of the faux 'dining chair' style i.e. actually fixed together at the arms and to the floor. There were two intervals. The downstairs bar/cafe is lovely. When we pre-ordered interval drinks and a piece of cake we were allocated our own table which was nicer than the usual system of collecting your drinks from a shelf or side table that you often get in the UK. It was sold out and I noticed that audience members, especially locals, were relatively dressed up especially ladies - good for them. Casual would be fine though - I was wearing jeans and a crumpled jacket out of my rucksack and didn't feel out of place.
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