Lloyd Webber’s Law Of Temporal Positioning

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Lloyd Webber’s Law Of Temporal Positioning
A Law of the Theatre
This law states that “people who arrive earliest are always those with seats on the end

of a row.  People who arrive latest are always those with seats in the middle.”
A related law is Mackintosh’s Corollary

When you arrive late, and you’re sat bang in the middle of a block of seats.
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