North Gallery guide
There are three galleries located in London County Hall – the North, Central and South Galleries. The North Gallery is split into three sections, a central block of seats and then a block of seats on each side. The galleries are high up and steeply raked.
London County Hall is a grade II listed building and 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. Most seats in row C and D of the North Gallery have a restricted view, obscuring parts of the stage including the Judge's Bench and Witness Box.
The best seats in the North Gallery are A4-7 in the central block, which provides a good, elevated view of the action. For those on a budget, consider seats C36-37 and C41-42, which offer no obstructions from pillars, allowing you to see all of the action happening on the stage.
There is a bar in the foyer outside of the auditorium for patrons in the North Gallery. Customers can purchase a range of alcoholic and soft drinks, alongside snacks including crisps and ice creams.
Toilet facilities are available in the foyer outside of the auditorium for those sitting in the North Gallery. Accessible toilets are not available on the gallery level at London County Hall.