what seats to book for cbeebies at mayflower

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Found 20th Aug 2008
I'm taking my daughter to see cbeebies at mayflower theatre and have never been so don't no what seats are going to be best for her to see from. any ideas rep wil be left thanks

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Original Poster

anyone? need to book tickets today!

the seats gradually rise so you shouldnt have any problems seeing where ever you sit!! on if the bottom is flat i avoid if you get what i mean lol

also I'd take plenty of spending money . . . . .we went to a Thomas the tank one a helium baloon £7.50!!

try and get some of them spinny flasy things too all the kids buy em, they cost bout £15 when your there

have fun . . . . . .and if you dont get it forget it!! (ha my oh loves space pirates as much as the kids!)

Personally, I'd get as near to the front as possible.

If you've got kids with you,going up and down stairs is a bit of a chore - so I'd avoid if possible.
As the other poster said.... bring plenty of cash.... two balloons at the Wiggles cost a tenner !!!
Have fun

Original Poster

I was just thinking my daughter might not be able to see if we sit at the bottom , and I know how expensive things are like this! I took might daughter to see Dora at paultons park and cost me £30 just for a rug, balloon and teddy!

Kellie + Paisley;2783525

I was just thinking my daughter might not be able to see if we sit at the … I was just thinking my daughter might not be able to see if we sit at the bottom , and I know how expensive things are like this! I took might daughter to see Dora at paultons park and cost me £30 just for a rug, balloon and teddy!



The tickets seem reasonably priced.... its not until you factor in the other stuff that you realise how much of a rip off these things are, merchandisers shouldnt be allowed anywhere near the theaters - its not like you'd buy any of that stuff if you werent there !! :viking:

Stalls seating is the best way to go, minimal stairs and nearer the toilets. Central stall seats to get the best view.

http://www.mayflower.org.uk/art/pages/seating/stalls-access.gif

You could ring and ask how much the boxes are as sometimes the seats are the same price as the stalls and your daughter can jump up and down without bothering anyone. Failing that I would go for stalls with an aisle seat as characters might go up and down and she could get an opportunity to get close to them! Not too close to the stage though because if the stage is high you will get neckache by the end of the show from looking up!
Have a great time!
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