See also the two blokes (in matching black vests, I don't know why but this is a pleasing detail) who spent the intervals of Angels in the theatre engaged in many a PDA...which isn't so bad but they were seated, therefore stood next to the stage while doing so, it was a case of 'I'm trying not to look-oh there they go again'
I mean on one hand I'm glad they felt comfortable doing it. But I also wish ANYONE would reign in such PDA's no matter your sexuality. Time and a place and all....
Get a room is a quote often made to PDAs.
I absolutely promise not to touch my old man the whole of this Saturday at Angels.
I'm not sure its deemed bad behaviour.. At Angels in America last week, a couple had brought in numerous snacks\drink's. They left them all over the floor during the intervals. I had to navigate myself around the snacks to get out. It was very disrespectful. I assume their house needs a good clean.
At the theatre on Wednesday someone sitting behind me sneezed explosively several times during Act 2. This was somewhat annoying at the time but is now even more annoying as today I've started a cold which I bet was caught then.
Not theatre but the cinema. I went to an anniversary screening of Withnail and I last weekend, and it was the rowdiest crowd I've ever seen in a cinema. To the point that about 10 minutes in, the film stops, lights go up and security appear to eject people! Never seen anyone ejected from a cinema before!