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Grand Circle guide
The Grand Circle is the highest section in the theatre and can feel particularly distant from the stage, especially in rows H-N. This section is split into front and back by a horizontal aisle that runs behind Row G. The best seats are situated in the centre.
Seats curve around the balcony, with the most drastic restrictions in the front row and in seats towards the ends of rows. It is best to research these seats, as some can be an absolute bargain.
Stairwells on either side of Row H make the rear of the Grand Circle feel very distant from the stage. Loge boxes run down the side of the auditorium and are very high above the stage, offering a side view of the stage, which is usually discounted but still offers a great view.
There is a bar available on this level, with movable seating.
Men and Women’s toilets are available on this level.