On the subject of photography/video. I mentioned a while back that filming would likely be restricted, But I did also say this... * They may.... allow you to cheekily do the odd 'video/picture' however I would be very surprised if the Front of House staff don't come and tell you to stop if you take flash photography, or if they see you filming for extended periods of time or if you are jeopardising someone else's enjoyment, or the big one, putting the performers at risk (flashing lights etc). The section in bold/underlined is the one that I'm surprised is being allowed to happen in Act 1 at least. So far I don't think anyone has taken the utter piss and had a huge camera/tripod set up, but I have seen people literally streaming chunks of the shows and recording big parts of it from the start. If any of the venues have signs up saying "No recording", I guarantee you that's a 'to cover our liability' kind of thing and for more 'calmer shows', so if they did have to remove someone they can say "You were warned before entering", and for the calmer shows well... It's probably a lot easier to get the audience on side to remove someone filming Romeo & Juliet the Opera than it is to remove the people recording the theme from the Chemical Plant Zone. But maybe there should be more of a voice asking people to show a bit of restraint for Act 1 at least? Certainly during the performances at the very most.