Lisa O`Brien Posted May 24, 2016 Share Posted May 24, 2016 I've just been on the Grand Opera House Belfast's website and the Royal Shakespeare Company are coming 31 May till 4th June and are performing A Midsummer Night's Dream. While it is not my favourite Shakespeare play, because it is the RSC,who are fab, I thought I might treat myself [and hope I don't faint half way through like I did during Swan Lake !!]. I hardly ever ,sadly, get to go to the theatre, so i've a question. [Don't know if anyone will be able to help or not]. I was thinking of going to one of the Matinee performances ,so I don't have the added expense of having to stay overnight in Belfast. There are Matinees on Thursday and Saturday. The Thursday Matinee is cheaper than the Saturday one. Could this be,perish the thought, that it is a School's Matinee? Or if not specifically just for schools, that the Thursday matinee might be the show schools are taken to? I want to sit and enjoy it. I really don't like the notion of sitting for three hours or however long it is,surrounded by fidgety,silly, noisy,bored children. What do people think? On the GOH website it certainly doesn't specify any schools performance specifically. Are Thursday matinees usually full of children? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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