STAR Member publishes great new guide to West End Theatres
30 November 2009
For almost ten years, Theatremonkey.com has been one of the
leading online communities for West End audiences. Every day,
thousands of theatregoers visit the website to get advice and leave
comments on the latest shows. Now for the first time, this
collective knowledge has been made available in a handy pocket
Theatremonkey: A Guide to London's West End has been
written by Steve Rich, the man behind the massively popular
website. This practical guide will help you find the seats that are
worth choosing (as well as which to avoid), the safest places to
buy tickets from, and where to find them at bargain prices.
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 book is published by Red Squirrel Publishing and is
available now for £9.99 from all good booksellers.
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"Decent and independent theatre websites are few and far between.
Theatremonkey.com is one of those rare
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