The Stalls are divided into four separate blocks with vertical aisles running the length of the theatre. The auditorium is very large, with almost 30 rows and a maximum of 50 seats per row towards the rear. Rows widen towards the rear, which creates some slight sight-problems for seats at the ends of rows.
The best seats can be found in the centre blocks, as they have the clearest, most head-on views. The Stalls are well-raked, with seats further back securing a good overall view of the stage. The stage is quite high, and the first two rows should be avoided as you may have to crane your neck.
The Circle overhang occurs a third of the way through the auditorium, around Row N, causing the top of the stage to be slightly obstructed for seats in the rear of the Stalls. Seats at the ends of rows give an angled view of the stage, but are good value for money as the view is entirely unrestricted.
There are two accessible bars in the Stalls, with seating for customers. Alternatively, an at-seat service is available for access patrons.
Men’s and Women’s toilets are situated at the rear of the Stalls. An adapted toilet can be found towards the front left of the Stalls.