I do like a Tennessee Williams, but I do hate the Apollo. Neither actor is particularly a draw or a turn-off for me. I guess it'll depend where these £20 seats actually are whether I book for it or not.
There was a great interview recently with Sienna, where she said that her life choices in her 20s impacted her career and she regrets that- it was honest and interesting where she basically said she got carried away having a good time. And who wouldn't have been tempted? on the arm of Jude Law (and after). Personally I'm not letting tabloid stories impact my opinion of her until I've seen her in something. I love Cat...and I'm intrigued to see her.
Hey Parsley, the balcony would have been use for All My Sons (assuming they sold enough tickets per performance), as it was only since the Curious Incident of... well, the Ceiling in the Early-Evening-Time that they've closed it off. No loss, the balcony was tremendously high up, plagued with bars, and dreadfully uncomfortable. For the upper circle and dress circle, I absolutely cannot recommend the sides, AT ALL. Not just the outermost few seats either, I would categorically aim for the middle third of the seats and avoid like the plague the outer third on each side. Once the circles start to bend, the view starts to be awfully impeded. I can't speak with confidence for the visibility with regards to height of the upper circle or the rake of the seats as it's been a long time since I've been up there, and it obviously does depend on the staging or whether you get tall/inconsiderate people in front of you, but keeping central is the main thing to bear in mind I reckon.