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Central Gallery guide
There are three galleries located in London County Hall – the North, Central and South Galleries. The Central Gallery is split into three sections, a central block and then a block on each side. The galleries are high up and each row is raked, they're not advised for those who suffer from vertigo or those who struggle to climb stairs.
Due to London County Hall being a grade II listed building, there are many original features, including pillars and architecture that cause many seats in the galleries to have a restricted view of some parts of the stage. These seats are particularly prominent in the side blocks of the Central Gallery. Row A of the gallery has narrow access and may not be suitable for all patrons.
Seats in row C and D (21-25) of the central gallery offer a clear, if distant, view of the stage.
There is a bar for the use of Central Gallery patrons in the foyer outside of the auditorium. This bar serves a range of alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, alongside a selection of ice creams and snacks.
Toilets are available on this level, outside of the auditorium. There are no accessible toilet facilities on the gallery level of the venue.