National Theatre - Olivier Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls are split into three blocks of seating, with one large central section and two smaller sections which are angled towards the stage. Seats are well-raked and ensure little obstruction. The Stalls fan around the stage in a large semi-circle, providing a range of views.

Cheaper seats can be found towards the front of the Stalls and in the seats at the ends of rows, which are severely angled towards the stage. These seats are completely unobstructed, but the best views are in the centre, higher up in the Stalls. There is no overhang, but there is limited legroom.


The Lyttelton Café and Long Bar can be accessed step-free via lifts. The Espresso Bar is 3 steps up from the theatre foyer. Staff are able to bring drinks to access patrons.


Men’s and Women’s toilets are available on this level. A fully accessible toilet is situated on the way to the auditorium.