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Stalls#0
Posted: 8/25/06 at 11:51pm
I'm checking for seats for Les Mis in London, and it doesn't give me seat numbers or rows...just says stalls....can anyone tell me what that means?

thanks in advance
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re: Stalls#1
Posted: 8/26/06 at 3:44am
r u bookin on the web cos normally when u decide whereabouts u wanna sit it tells u auto what seats u have? Good choice of seats for les mis! If u sit hear you can see all of the action! Try not 2 sit in the front 2 rows though lol or u will break ur neck! Great musical deserves bein in its 21st year!
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re: Stalls#2
Posted: 8/26/06 at 7:30am
Sitting in the stalls what we call sitting in the 'orchestra' section in London.

Where are you booking? Most good booking websites should tell you which seats you are booking, so you can know if they're too far forward or back.
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re: Stalls#3
Posted: 8/26/06 at 10:41am
thanks, maybe I didn't go far enough...as I wanted to see what kind of seats. From where I live, Palm Springs, CA it costs the same to fly to London as it does New York, so I'm trying to find out what musicals are available, etc....thanks!
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re: Stalls#4
Posted: 8/26/06 at 11:25am
Yeah, the Stalls are the Orchestra. here's the seating plan if that helps at all:

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re: Stalls#5
Posted: 8/26/06 at 4:05pm
thank you linnie!
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re: Stalls#6
Posted: 8/26/06 at 6:19pm
There's no Row A in the Queens for Les Mis as that's where the..."orchestra" is. In my opinion I'd only go for the stalls if you can get somewhere in Rows B to M, and not at the very edges if possible...:)
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re: Stalls#7
Posted: 8/26/06 at 6:30pm
I was in row T, around seat 7 or 8, and it was good, but just too far back.
The rain we knew is a thing of the past -
deep-delving, dark, deliberate you would say
browsing on spire and bogland; but today
our sky-blue slates are steaming in the sun,
our yachts tinkling and dancing in the bay
like racehorses. We contemplate at last
shining windows, a future forbidden to no one.


Derek Mahon

"Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets."

Arthur Miller