Prince of Wales Theatre Stalls

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Stalls guide

The Stalls is one large section of seating, with rows growing wider towards the front of the stage and curving around in a semi-circle shape. This causes seats at the ends of rows to have a side-view of the stage.

The front section is steeply priced, due to the head-on views of the stage that are clear and entirely unobstructed. Seats towards the ends of rows A-G are usually discounted, as they provide a stark side-view of the action.

The Circle overhang begins at Row J, causing the rear of the Stalls to feel quite gloomy. The overhang is low, affecting seats in the very back rows of the section. A gentle rake allows the front sections a good view, but does not allow those in the rear to see above other audience members.

Legroom is relatively comfortable and extra room can be found in aisles.


The Stalls bar can be accessed step-free from the theatre foyer.


Women’s and Men’s toilets are available step-free on this level. A fully adapted unisex toilet is available on the Basement Level, which can be accessed via the customer lift in the main foyer. Staff are on hand to assist with this.