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The Stalls are made from one large, single block of seating without a central aisle. It holds the largest amount of seats in the theatre, with rows going from A-U. Rows become wider towards the rear of the Stalls, with the longest seating 38.
Rows are head-on towards the stage, which can occasionally restrict the view of seats at the very ends of rows. Technical equipment may also obstruct seats at the ends of rows, depending on the production. Whilst seats at the rear of the Stalls may not offer stellar views, raked seating ensures that a relatively unobstructed view can be found in all rows.
Seats are comfortable, with legroom increasing towards the front rows. The best overall views can be found in the centre. Wheelchair spaces are located in this section.
A bar is located on the Stalls level, serving a wide range of drinks and snacks.
Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found on this level. An accessible unisex toilet is located just inside the accessible Elmbank Street entrance.