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Grand Circle guide
The Grand Circle is an intimate section, divided into two blocks of seating by a central aisle. Those who require good legroom should sit in aisle seats. Row A is strictly labelled as ‘restricted legroom’.
A safety rail around the front of the balcony restricts the ends of rows, but not seats in the centre. A steep rake means good views throughout the centre. Be aware that audience members may lean forward, which can obstruct the view of the front of the stage.
The overhang of the Balcony affects the view of seats towards the rear of the Grand Circle, but the amount of restriction depends on the production. This section can feel very high and distant from the stage, but can offer good views for a low price.
There is a bar located on the Grand Circle level, with seating available.
Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found next to the Grand Circle bar.