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The Stalls are split into two main seating blocks, with rows R-Y of the rear section further divided into three smaller blocks. Rows A-E can sometimes be removed to extend the performance space. Two vertical aisles run the length of the seating, with a larger horizontal aisle splitting the seating between Row Q and R.
The Stalls has a seating capacity of over 600, with the longest rows reaching up to 29 seats. The Circle 1 overhang begins at around Row T, but does not significantly impact the view in rear rows. Due to a wide stage, views from the ends of rows is generally good, even toward the rear of the theatre.
Legroom is generally good throughout the Stalls, and all seats face the stage head-on. There are 8 Slip seats on either side of the Stalls, with a low barrier that may slightly impede the view. There are 6 spaces available for wheelchair users.
The café bar on the ground floor has step-free access from the foyer. It serves a range of food and drink options and there is plenty of space for patrons to move around.
Men’s and Women’s toilets can be found on this level, with step-free access from the Stalls to fully accessible facilities on this level.