Front Stalls guide
The Front Stalls are divided into three blocks divided by vertical aisles, with lots of space to move around and get to your seats. There are 11 rows and a maximum of 39 seats per row, with good legroom across the board.
The best seats in this section are in the central block, between seats 14 and 26, as these offer the most direct view of the stage. There is a good rake across the section, so sightlines remain clear further back. Visitors may find that the very back rows feel somewhat distant if they are watching a musical or dance piece, but excellent acoustics mean seats here are ideal for orchestral performances.
Sitting farther out towards either side of the Front Stalls will give an angled view of the stage, but this rarely obstructs your view; seats here are great value for money.
Queen Elizabeth Hall shares a bar with the Purcell Room, on Level 2.
Toilets for all, with wheelchair access, are available on this level.