#1
I ask because I just ordered tickets as an xmas present, however my tickets are right at the back. Is it a big place? Do they have a proper sound system so the people at the back can hear properly? What are the chances of being able to see?
#2
It's pretty big, but I can't rmember much of it, the last time I was there was about 5 years ago.
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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#3
Quote by el-ECTRO
It's pretty big, but I can't rmember much of it, the last time I was there was about 5 years ago.


Ok, I bought tickets for Jimmy Carr on the 19th of december, I'm kinda excited
#4
Hey, I'm from Bristol, and have been to the Colston Hall several times. I saw PJ Harvey there earlier this year, and had a ticket right near the back myself. The venue isn't huge, so PJ was still clearly visible, although a little far away for my liking. As for sound quality, distance doesn't really make too much difference - I don't know if it's the acoustics or just their sound system, but the quality for the PJ Harvey gig was fine.
#5
Quote by durden999uk
Hey, I'm from Bristol, and have been to the Colston Hall several times. I saw PJ Harvey there earlier this year, and had a ticket right near the back myself. The venue isn't huge, so PJ was still clearly visible, although a little far away for my liking. As for sound quality, distance doesn't really make too much difference - I don't know if it's the acoustics or just their sound system, but the quality for the PJ Harvey gig was fine.


Thankyou mate, that's what I wanted to hear.
#6
It looks pretty small from the outside.

Also the stage hands out the back give me cigs for sharing bags of chips with them...

[its on route to an awesome pub, ok ]