Gillian Lynne Theatre Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls are the largest section in the theatre and are configured in a square-shaped horseshoe that surrounds the thrust stage. This section is divided into several sections by several aisles, with side sections that run down the sides of the stage. Steps run down the sides of the rows and a large aisle runs behind Row H.

Stall seats curve around the stage and offer a variety of views. It is advisable to sit centrally in order to gain the best overall views of the stage. However sitting in the sides offers a similarly unobstructed view for a discounted price. The front few rows may cause audience members to crane their necks.

The best seats can be found in Row D and E-O. Premium seats are E-I, however J-M boast just as good a view for a cheaper price.


The bar can be reached by the escalator or by 54 steps up from the foyer. There is movable seating available at the bar. Alternatively, there is step-free access from the lift to the bar.


Women’s and Men’s toilets are available on foyer level, with further toilets at the Stalls level. An adapted toilet is accessible on the way from the lifts to the auditorium.