The Circle is separated into eleven blocks, with multiple aisles for ease of navigation. Views are clear throughout the circle but seats in the rear rows can feel very far from the stage. These seats are ony recommended for lerge-scale concerts. The front blocks of the Circle (Rows A-F) offer very good, elevated views of the stage.
The Circle is very wide, with the longest rows containing 84 seats. Seats at the left and right-most edges of the Circle may offer poorer viewing angles. There are stairwells in front of certain seats in Row K (12-13, 24-27, 50-53, 64-66) that can obscure the views from those seats.
Standing space is available at the back of the Circle for some productions.
The Circle Bar is a very large bar outside the entrance to the circle. This bar gets incredibly busy before a show and during the interval.
Toilets are available at the rear and both sides of the Circle auditorium, as well as at the Circle Bar. Note that the Circle Bar toilets are quite small for such a large bar, so the queues can be very long.