The Stalls are one large block of seating without a central aisle. Doors at either side of each row provide access to the specific rows. Each row curves slightly towards the end, which may give a slight side view of the stage.
There are 17 rows with a maximum of 49 seats in each row and 2 Boxes located at the rear of the Stalls. There is also standing room available.
The Barbican has a very modern auditorium with a steep rake and plenty of legroom which allows for maximum comfort. The best seats are found in the centre between Row C and M. Rows further back may feel more distant from the action.
There is a bar located just outside of the exits at the rear of the Stalls, with seating provided.
Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found on this level. There are accessible toilets which have been adapted for wheelchair users.