The Stalls are divided into two large blocks of seating by a central aisle that runs the length of the auditorium.
The best seats can be found centrally, specifically in rows G-K, as a decent rake allows for good sight-lines without restriction. The worst seats are located at the far ends of rows, particularly in the front three rows, as this cuts off part of the stage. The stage is fairly high, which allows for clear viewing throughout the Stalls, aside from the front few rows.
Support pillars in Row C, H and S cause restrictions to seats directly behind them. The Dress Circle overhang begins to affect seats in Row M and back, creating a huge problem for the back rows. It is best to sit further back in the Dress Circle for the same price rather than choose the rear of the Stalls.
Legroom is limited throughout the Stalls and those who require more space should sit in aisle seats.
The Stalls bar is located 15 steps down from the Stalls and has a seating area. An at-seat service is available for patrons in the Stalls.
Women’s and Men’s toilets are located 10 steps down from the Stalls. An adapted unisex toilet is available for access patrons on this level.