Prince Edward Theatre Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls is a large, concert-like block of seating, with all rows offering plenty of legroom and excellent views of the stage. This section is divided into a front and rear by a large horizontal aisle behind Row K. Back sections are split into a further three blocks of seating, all with plenty of legroom. No part of the auditorium is obstructed by overhang, offering good, clear views from every seat.

A good rake begins from the front row and continues up to the rear, ensuring audience members do not block the view. A wide stage also means that seats towards the ends of rows still maintain a good view, especially as the majority of seats are head-on.

Seats towards the rear of the section can feel quite far from the stage, with rows ZA and ZB being the most distant. However this does not affect the overall enjoyment, and these are excellent seats to choose when wanting to see a show on a budget.

All seats are comfortable with decent legroom, particularly towards the rear of the Stalls. Those who require additional legroom can benefit from the many aisle seats.

Bars

The Stalls bar can be found 46 steps down from the foyer.

Toilets

Women’s and Men’s toilets are available on this level.