Oddly enough, having done this before, there are few things we've learnt that can help make your night even better:
First In Best Dressed!
Have a Chat?
The seating will either be cabaret or theatre style, depending on the night and expected audience. There aren't allocated seats so first in, best dressed. Lots of people book in groups so if you all want to sit together then be early!
All seats provide a great view of the stage so - up to you if you want to be close enough to touch the actors or playing it cool up the back, just be aware that seats fill up fast.
The show starts bang-on 7.30pm or 3.00pm. By OHS requirements we have to shut the doors so if you are late then no guarantees you will be able to get in.
The play runs circa 95 mins, excluding intermission. So allow two hours for entire show.
The Food at Kings Cross Hotel is excellent. We aren't just saying that, we've tried many a dish, at many an hour and its always been top notch, cant recommend it highly enough. Bistro opens 5.30pm.
There is a bar in the theatre so you can grab a drink any time you like.
There will be one 10-15 minute intermission so plenty of time for a quick drink and/or to use the facilities.
Please note, there are no toilets on level 4. So if you need to go, then most of the other levels have toilets.
The Bordello Theatre is on level 4. Depending on the night, you can either catch the lift to level 4 directly or if that's not available then catch it to level 5 and walk down one flight of stairs.
The other option is to climb up the stairs, which might sound like a good idea at the time, but it can be bit of a haul unless you have been in training!
Parking at Kings Cross and surrounds is always a bit tricky, its like any inner city suburb. So if you see one grab it but its worth allowing a tad more time to find one.
There is plenty of public transport at Kings Cross. The train station is 2 minute walk away.
Hey, after the show the bar stays open and there's a decent chance the cast and crew will hang around to use it (it would be rude not to) so if you want to have a chat then please don't hesitate to come and say hello!