The Stalls are located below street level and is one large block of seating without an aisle. Unlike most West End theatres, the rear of the seating feels very distant from the stage and the Dress Circle overhang dramatically affects the enjoyment of Les Miserables, cutting off the top of the barricade.
Most seats are priced similarly through this section, although this does not accurately reflect the quality of seating. For those who want to feel fully immersed, it is best to sit in premium seats in the front and centre, as these will give the best overall view. Rows A-J offer the best value for money.
This section is not significantly raked, which can cause audience members to block the view. Legroom is adequate and the seats are relatively comfortable.
The Foyer Bar and Stalls Bar serve this section. Neither are accessible step-free, but refreshments can be brought to access patrons.
Men’s and Women’s toilets are available on this level.