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Royal Circle guide
The Royal Circle is divided into a main central block of seating and two smaller sections by two aisles. This section is wide and curves in a horseshoe shape, causing seats at the ends of rows to face the stage side-on. There is a good rake in this section, which limits obstruction.
The Grand Circle overhang does not begin until Row F, which does not affect the view, even at the rear of the section. Rows F-H are not as good as other similarly priced seats in the Grand Circle or the Stalls, and can feel quite distant from the action.
Seats at the sides of the Royal Circle should be avoided where possible, as they are often restricted and do not offer a good view. Instead, sit in Row C for a better overall view at a fraction of the cost.
There is a bar located at this level which is inaccessible for those with limited mobility and has no seating. Staff are able to bring drinks to customers in the auditorium.
Women’s toilets can be found 2 steps up from this level. There are no Men’s toilets on this level, but the adapted toilet can be used. The accessible toilet can be found in the foyer by the cloakroom.