SEAT REVIEWS: Websters Theatre, Glasgow

OVERVIEW:

Websters Theatre is a 184 seat tiered auditorium.

The theatre is located in a former church.

There have been issues with the fabric of the building.

The sight lines from most seats is excellent due to the rake of the tiers and the small size of the auditorium.

The previous seats were notoriously uncomfortable and in bad repair. The seating has been recently replaced with old cinema seats. There appear to be at least two different kinds. The auditorium has now got comfortable seats, but in replacing small flip seats with huge cinema seats there is absolutely no legroom. If you are over 5ft 2 then your knees will be jammed around ear level or skinned from forcing your legs to the floor. In my humble opinion this is the most uncomfortable theatre space in Glasgow.

INDIVIDUAL SEAT REVIEWS:

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L 7-8 These seats are in the back row and allow you to stretch your legs into the aisle.

This row has the most padded of the various types of cinema seat and is very comfortable. It also has a cup holder.

 

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