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The balcony is divided into 12 blocks by aisles running throughout the seating. A wide aisle splits the seating into seven sections at the front and five sections at the rear. Views from seats near the aisles may be restricted due to safety rails by the stairwells and should only be selected if discounted or there is limited availability.
The best seats in this section are towards the centre of row A, where there is slightly more legroom and the closest, unobstructed view of the stage. Legroom is generally tight in the balcony, so taller audience members would be better served in the rear stalls for similar prices.
The Balcony Bar, located on level 5, serves alcoholic and soft drinks, and a range of snacks before and during performances. The bar is located next to the Balcony Terrace, which overlooks the South Bank and River Thames, offering stunning views of the London skyline.
The nearest toilets for balcony ticket holders are located on level 6. There are gender-neutral inclusive toilets available on level 4.