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New Shubert Seating Plan For Matilda
Posted by Phantom of London 2013-01-30 16:35:19


There are various wrong seating plans on various websites including Playbill, so be careful when booking.

The new seating plan shows that the first six aisles is now just a single aisle, this was put in to incororate something that happens in the show and now my lips are firmly closed.







New Shubert Seating Plan For Matilda
Posted by tobiasragg 2013-02-01 12:58:48


Interesting...

New Shubert Seating Plan For Matilda
Posted by Phantom of London 2013-02-01 13:22:38


Or a better (3D version) one is on the Telecharge website.

You mean 'rows' right?
Posted by MarkBearSF 2013-02-01 17:27:19


The first 6 rows, correct?
Sorry - I'm easily confused sometimes - and the horrible Telecharge website didn't help


You mean 'rows' right?
Posted by FireFingers 2013-02-01 19:58:07


I think Phantom means that they have changed the first 6 rows, so that there is now a central asile instead of 2 off set.

You mean 'rows' right?
Posted by broadwaydevil 2013-02-01 20:33:44


Better and Telecharge should never be used in the same sentence.

You mean 'rows' right?
Posted by DanielWhit 2013-02-02 18:27:15


Nothing majorly groundbreaking - the central aisle is used for a lot of entrances and exits in Matilda (that's one of the reasons they went for the Cambridge in London rather than another viable venue).

You mean 'rows' right?
Posted by Phantom of London 2013-02-02 19:03:27


^Not True, you don't need a center aisle for entrances and exits, if that was the case they would of put a center aisle through the whole aisle.

You mean 'rows' right?
Posted by pdjennings 2013-02-12 12:35:13


"put in to incororate something that happens in the show and now my lips are firmly closed."

Can anyone spoil this for me? Or, at least let me know if there is any sort of secret-seat audience participation thing? I'm taking my brother in April and we have center aisle seats ... and he is somewhat mortified of anything like that (he's amazingly shy).

PM me if you'd rather not say in the thread. Thanks!