Bristol Hippodrome Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls are split into two main seating blocks by one central aisle, with six Boxes located toward the front of the section and eight Boxes at the rear of the seating.

Wheelchair users’ platforms are situated on the left-hand side of the auditorium when facing the stage, with four spaces for access patrons and companions. Rows stretch from Row A to Row Zb, offering a variety of views. With a seating capacity of over 800, the Stalls is the largest section in the theatre, with rows reaching up to 39 seats toward the centre.

The Grand Circle overhang kicks in halfway through the Stalls at around Row M, which can slightly obstruct the view in rows behind, causing a letterbox effect. Rows only slightly curve around the stage, ensuring good views throughout, with the best seats located in the centre of the section.

Bars

The Piano Bar is available step-free from the street, via a slight ramp, serving a wide range of refreshments. There are steps to reach the bar from the Stalls. A kiosk is also available at the rear of the Stalls. There is an at-seat service for access patrons who are unable to reach the bars.

Toilets

Men’s toilets are located on the left-hand side of the auditorium when facing the stage, with women’s toilets situated at the rear of the Stalls.

A fully adapted accessible toilet is located just inside the Access Entrance on Denmark Street and is level access from the Stalls.