The Stalls is the largest seating section in the theatre, with an aisle running half the length of the auditorium. Rows average around 34 seats wide, with the ends of the rows providing more restricted views than those towards the centre. Seats are comfortable but there is limited legroom, particularly towards the front.
The Circle begins to overhang the Stalls at Row J, but this only creates a problem for those sitting beyond Row P, where the top of the stage is cut off.
The best seats in this section are in the centre, around Row G. It is worth avoiding seats at the ends of the rows and choosing a seat further back but in the middle. This will offer a better overall view of the stage.
The Vivien Ellis bar is level access from the Stalls and the Jessie Matthews bar can be found 20 steps down from the foyer. An at-seat service is available for access patrons. Seating is limited at the bars.
There is level access to all toilets on the Stalls level. Women’s toilets are located in the main entrance foyer and there are additional Men’s and Women’s toilets in the Stalls. An adapted toilet can be found by the entrance to the Stalls.