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Upper Circle guide
The Upper Circle sits in a horseshoe shape, causing seats at the ends of rows to suffer from side views and safety bar restrictions. Side seats in rows B-E are better than Row A as they provide better legroom. These seats are often cheaper than the rest, and can provide good value for money.
Two support pillars are located in the centre of Row D, which affects seats directly behind in rows E-G. Legroom throughout this section is limited, so those looking for extra legroom should sit near an aisle.
The best seats in the Upper Circle are in the middle of rows A-D as these offer clear, unrestricted views of the whole stage.
A bar is available on the Upper Circle level, with seating.
Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found on this level.