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Great show; we enjoyed it very much, and the dinner was pretty good as well.
Show was excellent. Viator tickets to shows ALWAYS seem to be at the far left of the seating ie never decent seats toward the middle of the audience, regardless of the level (quality) of seating you buy. Suggests that I might be better off trying to buy direct from the theatre, if I want better seating.
Show was great. Disapointed in seating. We were to far left of seating which meant some of stage was not visable to us. It is beyond me how you can claim these to be "priority seating". We would not book theatre seats with you again.
I did not think our seats were that great. I was expecting center section. I paid for unobstructed view and I did get that but in a side row that was heavy on one speaker. I had no trouble getting the tickets from the box office.The play itself was pretty good. I have seen it in Vegas and it was better in Vegas. My only real complaint is that I did not get to pick my seat in advance.
It was good, not really what I expected but overall was pretty good.
Although the music was great and performed extremely well, the storyline was beyond weak and cheesy. The performance of Queen's music is what saved the show!
A truly 'rocking' sound experience of value-for-money show for more than 2 hours!
If you like your music loud and flashing lights and of course Queen songs this is for you. Well acted and story works well with the songs, got everybody in the theatre rocking.
We loved We will Rock You. My mom, & I took my two teenaged sons and we all had a great time. Good seats, great music and easy to find!
We recently spent a week in London and in total, we saw six shows. This evening was combined with a two course dinner at l'Escargot, which was very nice. We Will Rock You is a fun evening. The music is a blast from the past and we left feeling nostalgic for Queen. The musicians could play and sing well. It is not a concert, nor is it theatre. We didn't think there was much of a "story" tying the songs together and while it wasn't terrible, we would be reluctant to recommend it.
Not the best show I've been too, it was mediocre at best and there are far better shows in London to spend your money on. We paid extra to have the better seats with an unimpeded view, yet we were seated to the far side of the theater with stage equipment blocking our view of part of the stage.