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Courtroom Stalls Guide
The Courtroom Stalls at London County Hall has a capacity of 234, split across six sections. The main area of the Courtroom Stalls comprises of two blocks of seats forming a semi-circle around the stage, with an aisle in the centre. Each of these blocks has six rows of seats, with the best views located in rows C and D towards the centre.
Adjacent to the stage are a further two blocks of seats, comprising of six rows. For the best views in these blocks choose seats in the first couple of rows (A and B).
This unique venue also has two further seating options in the Courtroom Stalls – the Judge's Circle, which consists of six seats and the VIP Jury Box, which houses 12 seats split across two rows. These seats are particularly special as you have a unique vantage point as the action unfolds in front of you.
There is a dedicated bar for the Courtroom Stalls in the foyer of the venue, serving a range of alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as snacks and ice cream. The bar is only accessible via steps and patrons with access requirements should speak to a member of staff for assistance.
Toilets are located in the foyer of the Courtroom Stalls section. Accessible toilets are also located within the bathrooms, including a unisex toilet.