The Albans Arena (St Albans) Reviews
Description:Civic Centre St Albans Herts AL1 3LD, England. Tel: +44 (0) 1727 844488
Newest Review: ... these the first time around and still wants to see them on the big screen. The Arena shows some of the best comedy acts that are touring at any given time. Unfortunately, they?ve also got Jim Davidson lined up for a live show in September. Oh well, I suppose they can?t be expected to get everything right every time! Amongst the ?real? comedy shows that ... more
Customer The Albans Arena (St Albans) Reviews (2)
by - written on 20/07/04, updated on 26/09/04 (Very useful, 474 readings)
The Alban Arena is a large entertainment venue in the centre of St Albans, which is in Hertfordshire, about 20 miles north of London. You might wonder why the residents of St Albans would need such a place, being as close as they are to the bright lights of the big city? But we?re a funny lot around here, we generally don?t like travelling into London if we don?t have to, and tend to prefer to have everything on our own doorstep. Well, that?s my thinking behind it, anyway! The Arena is ideally situated for easy reachability ? it really is slap bang in the centre of St Albans ? sat back in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/00, updated on 12/10/00 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Last night I went to the St Albans Arena to see comedian Ed Byrne (and support Ben Norris). After a slow start the comedians were both excellent !! But thats not what I wanted to comment on ! I wanted to mention the arena itself. The staff are very helpful, the refreshments are reasonably priced, it has a good selection of events to go to and has good parking. BUT...... The seats are sooooooooooooooooooooo uncomfortable !!!!! they are small, hard and very very close together. I would suggest taking a cushion with you. Also everytime I moved to try and be more comfortable the floorboard creeked loudly (an easy ... Read the complete review
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