The Balcony is larger than the Circle and is split into two sections by a central horizontal aisle. The front section is split into a further three blocks of seating and the rear section is split into five.
The rear section is quite high and distant from the stage, but the Edinburgh Playhouse stage is quite large so action would still be visible. Row A is the longest row, reaching up to 67 seats that curve dramatically around the stage.
Seating may feel cramped due to limited legroom. Seats themselves are extremely comfortable, with generally good views on offer throughout this section.
Bars are located at Mezzanine level and at the Balcony, level with the seating.
Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found on this level.