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30-07-01, 12:52 PM (GMT)
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"Swan Lake at the Piazza"
   Just thought Id try and get some info on tonights performance for free in covent garden. Does anyone know when you should arrive. Do people tend to get there really early to get a good spot and is it possible to sit down and relax, or do you have to stand.

I hope the weather stays fine.

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30-07-01, 09:15 PM (GMT)
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   Sorry, missed this before, and now it's too late, but for future reference I'd say make sure you get there the best part of an hour before if you want to sit on the ground, otherwise yes you are very likely to have to stand (couldn't believe the number of people who traipsed in well after the starting time and seemed really annoyed to find they couldn't sit anywhere! Surely if you went to a free concert or something you'd get there as early as poss. to get a seat, wouldn't you?)

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