One of the main features of the book are the colour-coded seating plans that highlight where the best places are to sit in every part of each theatre – and any problems that might arise, row-by-row and sometimes even seat-by-seat.
Mark Shenton, theatre critic for the Sunday Express, introduces the guide with an insightful foreword. He describes it as a “treasure trove” of information, which will help the West End live on “as one of London’s defining features”.
Red Squirrel Publishing MD Henry Dillon said “There simply isn’t a more definitive guru than Theatremonkey. If you love the theatre then you’ll love this indispensable guide”.
The title will be released in November as a Â£9.99 paperback.
NOTES TO EDITORS
1. Theatremonkey.com is one of the UK’s leading independent guides to London theatre.
“Decent and independent theatre websites are few and far between. Theatremonkey.com is one of those rare exceptions.” – The Times
“Quirky guide run by a smart-alecky London Theater buff” – Desktop Traveller – Wall Street Journal
“… [shows you] where to sit and not to sit at each of London’s theatres.” ThisIsMoney.co.uk
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