Almeida Theatre Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls are accessible step-free from street level. Divided into three blocks of seating by two aisles, the central block is the largest section, running from Row AA to Row L. The side blocks give a slightly angled view of the stage, so it is better to sit centrally. Legroom is good and a decent rake ensures clear views throughout.

The best views in the section can be found in central seats between Row B to Row E. Seven support pillars are dotted throughout the seating and can affect the view of seats around them. Seats affected are reflected in ticket prices and can be excellent value for money.

Seats directly affected are F18 and F19, H19 and H20 and L21 and L22, and restrictions can also occur in seats G18, J19, J20, K18, K19, K20 and L19 and L20. Seats G17, G19, H17, H18, J18, J21, J22, K16, K17, L17 and L18 are also slightly affected and are sold as partially restricted seats.

Further pillars are located in front of seats F11 and F12, H9 and H10, L7 and L8, which also restrict the view in seats G10, J9, J10, J11, K7, K8,K9, L9, L10 and L11. Seats G9, G11, H11, H12, J7, J8, K10, K11, L12 and L13 are also slightly affected and are sold as partially restricted seats.

Another pillar in front of L14 and L15 obstructs the view, but it is possible to sit either side of this. Also, a pillar in front of B27 and B2 restricts the view in C1, D1 , D2, E3, C28, D27, D28 and E26.

The Circle overhang restricts the view from Row J onward, cutting off the top of the stage. However this may not be an issue depending on the show.

Bars

There is level access to the Café Bar, situated just off the foyer area. A lowered counter makes it accessible for wheelchair users. There is moveable seating available.

Toilets

Women’s and Men’s toilets are situated at the back of the foyer and can be accessed via the ramp or steps. The Women’s toilets have two larger cubicles with handrails. A separate adapted toilet is accessible via a ramp from the main foyer.