We went to see a play about Eva Cassidy last year as a late christmas present. Not really being a theatre goer before, not out of choice, more because of money, we weren't sure what to expect.
It was really hard to park, and in the end we ended up finding a spot in a car-park down the road.
Once in, it was quick trip to our seats (full house) and very enjoyable evening was had.
The place is very nice to look, kept in good condition, big stage, sound quality was good and everything ran smoothly.
We will be going again to see something else, although maybe getting there very early and nabbing a parking spot.
An excellent live music venue. Kind of like Wembley arena, only a fair bit smaller, and more importantly, much warmer and with a wooden floor. The concrete floor and metal roof at Wembley has quite a negative effect on the sound, whereas Bournemouth has the feeling of a large theatre or even a school assembly hall. I saw Counting Crows here on the This Desert Life tour, and the stage set up with multiple walkways and instrument set ups was more lavish then you would expect for a small venue. The sound has a warmth that is partly down to the lack of harsh reflecting surfaces.
Alright Venue, obviously a bit run down and small. Personally chose the BIC first
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