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Stalls guide

The Stalls are divided into three blocks of seating, with rows becoming wider towards the rear of the section. This section is relatively deep, with the rear rows feeling distant and heavily restricted. Rows M-X are very narrow, with tight legroom.

The best seats are in the front section, in the centre of rows AA-L. A slight rake means that views are clear throughout the auditorium, aside from the rear. A high stage can also mean that you may be craning your neck if sat in the front three rows.

The Dress Circle overhang occurs from Row M and affects the view of those sat further back. Support pillars are also a problem and are located in the middle of Row S and N, affecting the view for those seated at the rear right when facing the stage. For a pillar-free view, it is best to sit as centrally as possible.


The Stalls bar is located on this level and provides limited seating.


Men’s toilets are located downstairs from the Stalls. Women’s toilets are at the rear of the Stalls.

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