As we all enjoy the theatre we decided to visit Liverpool and watch one of the local productions at the Royal Court Theatre, close to Liverpool Lime Street Station. We chose to go into the stalls dining area for a more relaxed view of the show, rather than up in the circle or balcony. We had the dining experience which was an extra £10 on the ticket price per head, for that you got a choice of main meal, all were well cooked and presented, some, however had a small supplement ie steak or seabass. The bar prices were reasonable too for a theatre. The food was great. At the interval we had booked cheese and biscuits option for £5 a couple, so in essence, we had a relaxing meal with drinks, watching a great show in good seats and great interval food too. We personally found it a fantastic experience for a group of friends on a social night out. This is the best way to watch theatre for me, and is a better option rather than being in seats which are too small, rubbing elbows with the neighbours. The theatre is lovely inside, spacious on the stalls level and there is full disabled access, but only to this level as far as I am aware. My advice would be to go for the dining option, its relaxing and the seats are close to the stage too.