Mama Mia tickets and seats ???

Jul 10th, 2003, 01:33 PM
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Mama Mia tickets and seats ???

hi everyone,

Penny and I just got our tickets for mama mia at the prince edward theatre.

Our tickets are for seats L25 & L26. From the looks of these they are on the left side of the theatre (looking at the stage) and in that 1st row between orchestra stalls and the stalls on 1st floor.

I remember someone on the board mention that getting seats in one of the 1st rows of a section was better because of leg room.

Are these seats good? We have plenty of time left if any corrections need to be made.

Anyone familiar enough with this theatre to comment?

thanks
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Jul 10th, 2003, 01:48 PM
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Go to the Albemarle ticket Agency website and pull up the seating charts (they have the absolute best charts) and you will see your seats. You should have leg room if that is a top priority. I've seen this show several times and have sat in the second row, Orchestra each time, we never felt cramped there. It's a terrific show and I hope you enjoy it.
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Jul 10th, 2003, 03:45 PM
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We saw Mama Mia in May.
We sat in K24 and K25. Terrific seats. I assume L has to be better because I think it borders the walkway. So you have all the leg room you can stand. I know we did. The show is fantastic. I'm listening to ABBA music from the show as I write this.
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Jul 10th, 2003, 05:15 PM
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Here are excerpts from what theatremonkey.com has to say about the seats at the Prince Edward:

"The rear stalls row L to ZB are split into centre and two side blocks by aisles.

"The centre block rows L to N offer fair value - equal to the front block.

"In the side blocks rows L to N are as acceptable as centre block seats.

"Legroom is good in all seats, best in row L which has an aisle in front."

If you want to read the whole theatremonkey.com discussion, go to:

http://www.theatremonkey.com/PRINCEE...king.htm#Seats to buy or Avoid in this Venue
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Jul 10th, 2003, 10:16 PM
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Thank you for all the links and stuff....sounds like I got good seats...I'm happy!

Thanks
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