SEAT REVIEWS: Tron Theatre, Glasgow

OVERVIEW:

The Tron Theatre Main House is a 230 seat, tiered auditorium broken into two levels with slip seats on both sides of the upper level.

Sight lines from all seats are excellent due to the high rise between each row.

The auditorium is small enough that even at the back, the audience feels part of the action.

The only issue is the leg room if you like to stretch your legs in front. There is a base board at the back of the seat in front so, feet flat on floor, sitting upright is the only option.

The seats are a decent width and are firmly upholstered. Can be a little uncomfortable in a lengthy production.

The auditorium is comfortably heated/ventilated.

INDIVIDUAL SEAT REVIEWS:

ROW Individual Seat Reviews
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B
C
D
E
F
G
H 13 – second seat in from the aisle. Not so tight to be a problem but snug fit to person next to you.

14-  the end of the row so room for sticking uncomfortable legs out. Great view. Firm seat. Not the biggest seat but fine.

THERE IS A BREAK HERE, SEPARATING LOWER AND UPPER TIERS
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THE SLIP SEATS

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K 18 – View very good. Felt snug, leg room not brilliant. In a long production could be uncomfortable.
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M
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