Seating

LET AUDIENCE STAND FOR ROLLING STONES

On behalf of ticket holders anticipating the coming concerts by Santana and the Rolling Stones, let me echo some concerns raised by Libby Lang (South China Morning Post, February 26) about the Ronan Keating concert held at the Convention and Exhibition Centre recently.

Thursday, 6 March, 2003, 12:00am

A nap and a scrap more popular than opera

After a fruitless attempt to buy a ticket for the Three Tenors concert in Beijing, via the promoter's Web site, I discovered that the Fringe Club was selling them, and showed up credit card in hand.

1 Jul 2001 - 12:00am

Seating plan marked clearly in brochure

Being a music lover who also attended the Yo-Yo Ma concerts in the Arts Festival, I was surprised to read the further complaint by a reader (South China Morning Post, March 27) about being allocated a seat facing the performers' backs, despite a sensible reply to his original letter from the Arts Festival organisers (Post, March 15).

14 Apr 2001 - 12:00am

Some concert-goers were selfish and immature

I refer to two letters headlined, 'Not surprised by accidents' and 'Concert fiasco unacceptable', which appeared in the South China Morning Post, on October 8 and 11, respectively.

14 Oct 1999 - 12:00am

Promised good seats at show

I would like to reply to the Australasian Entertainment Corporation's comments about the seating plan for the David Copperfield show (South China Morning Post, July 6).

I agree it is always a sensible idea to view your seats before you buy them, but we booked through the so-called 'Priority Booking' for Visa holders as advertised on TV.

11 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Seating plan available

On behalf of the Australasian Entertainment Corporation Ltd (AEC), I would like to respond to James Wright's letter headlined, 'Children left disappointed' (South China Morning Post, July 3).

6 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Improvements pledge

I REFER to the letter headlined, ''Deserving better system'', from Robert Armistead (South China Morning Post, June 23).

It is the URBTIX policy to allow customers a free choice of seats subject to availability.

Each of the 19 URBTIX outlets is provided with a booklet containing seating plans of all performing venues served by URBTIX.

5 Jul 1993 - 12:00am

Deserving better system

HAVE you tried to book seats using the URBTIX system at the Sha Tin Town Hall? The booking office staff, helpful as their managers allow, cannot tell which prices are where for any event.

23 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Customers can choose

I REFER to the letter headlined, ''Seating blues at Coliseum'' (South China Morning Post, April 7) regarding ticketing and seating arrangements for the ''Elton John in Concert''.

Whilst the URBTIX system is designed to automatically offer the best seats available at the time of purchase, customers can also choose the seats preferred.

26 Apr 1993 - 12:00am

Seating blues at Coliseum

THE Coliseum displays little concern for its audiences. At the Academy for Performing Arts (APA) where I bought tickets for Elton John, I was told it was not possible to view the seating arrangements.

7 Apr 1993 - 12:00am

An apology for the opera

I REFER to the letters from Karin Arsan headlined, ''Dreadful night at the opera'' (South China Morning Post, March 15) and Douglas Webster headlined, ''Chilly night at the opera'' (Post, March 18).

We are sorry that inability to see the subtitles prevented Karin Arsan from enjoying the opera.

29 Mar 1993 - 12:00am

Just who was so brainless about Bryan?

SADLY for Bryan Adams, who played his heart out and delivered a superb two-hour 15 minute show at the Convention Centre on Wednesday night, he had strummed his way into several uniquely Hongkong problems.

12 Feb 1993 - 12:00am