London Palladium Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls is the largest seating section in the theatre, with approximately 50 seats per row towards the rear of the section. Seats are divided into three blocks by aisles that run the length of the auditorium. Those who require extra legroom should sit in aisle seats.

The Royal Circle overhang kicks in halfway through the Stalls, limiting the view of seats at the rear of the Stalls. This is reflected in the price structure, but does not affect the overall enjoyment.

Due to the height of the stage, the front rows may cause you to lose some of the action, as you may have to crane your neck. For musicals, this means that footwork can be lost.

The best seats are typically found in the centre of the Stalls, as seats at the ends of rows can seem angled.

Bars

The Variety Bar is on the Stalls level, accessible via a short slope with handrails to the right. There are movable seats and tables. An at-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.

Toilets

Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found on this level. Adapted toilets are located to the right-hand side of the accessible entrance on Ramillies Place and can also be accessed from the Stalls bar.