The Stalls has a seating capacity of 350, set in one large block of seating without a central aisle. Aisles run either side of the block of seating, which faces head-on to the stage with a very minimal curve. There are support pillars located at the ends of rows, which will not hinder the view for audience members.
The Circle overhang begins around two thirds of the way into the auditorium but does not drastically affect the view, even for those seated in the rear rows. Rows are relatively narrow, only reaching a maximum of 21 seats per row towards the rear of the Stalls.
Legroom is relatively standard throughout, with a gradual rake allowing audience members to see above the heads in front. Wheelchair spaces can be found in Row R of this section.
A large café-bar is available on the ground floor, which is 33 steps down from the Stalls, or accessible via customer lift. An at-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.
Women’s and Men’s toilets are available on the Stalls level. Adapted facilities are available on the Ground Floor, Mezzanine level and main foyer level, with further men’s and women’s in the Stalls.