Dress Circle photos
Dress Circle guide
The Dress Circle is on street level and does not feel too high in comparison with the stage. This section is one main block of seating with no central aisle.
There is no safety rail at the front of the Dress Circle, which means that there are no view restrictions other than rails by the stairs. The Dress Circle is curved from Row A-E, meaning seats towards the ends of the rows have a restricted side-view. Seats are head-on to the stage from Row E onward, which guarantees a clearer view of the stage.
The Grand Circle overhang begins at Row C and severely impacts the view of rows towards the rear of the Dress Circle. The overhang cuts off the top of the stage, which may not affect all productions.
The Dress Circle bar is 24 steps up from the foyer and cannot be accessed by wheelchair users. There are seating areas available.
Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found in the main foyer. Adapted facilities are available in the main foyer, with level access to the Dress Circle.