The Balcony is a much larger section than both the Dress and Grand Circles, divided into three blocks of seating by two aisles. One of the steepest balconies in the West End, this section is strictly not recommended for those with a fear of heights. A steep rake creates clear but distant views of the stage.
Each aisle seat is partially blocked by safety rails, which obscure the view of seats next to and behind them. These safety rails can sometimes be a problem for surrounding seats.
Towards the rear of the Balcony, seats begin to feel very distant from the stage and you can miss a lot of the action. Legroom in this section is extremely limited. It is not advised to sit in rows M-P.
There is a bar on the Balcony level, with seating available.
Women’s and Men’s toilets are situated next to the bar on Balcony level.