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Front Stalls guide
The front stalls are divided into three blocks with vertical aisles running the length of the auditorium. There are 17 rows and a maximum of 43 seats per row towards the back of the section. The rows towards the back of the front stalls, this could provide some sight restrictions if the show features a complex set, but is less of a problem for orchestral concerts.
The best seats in this section can be found in the central block, as they will have the clearest, most panoramic views. The rake begins from row B to the back row, offering clear views from most rows. Row B should be avoided as it is the same height as the front row, meaning heads could obstruct the view to the stage. The stage at the Royal Festival Hall isn’t too high, but could cause an issue for some audience members. The front row could be a good value option compared to many seats in this section.
Seats towards the ends of the side block give an angled view to the stage, however this rarely obstructs the view of the performance, so these seats provide good value for money.
There are two bars accessible for front stalls ticket holders – the Green Bar and the Blue Bar – serving alcoholic and soft drinks, and a range of snacks before and during performances.
There are no toilets within the auditorium itself, however Men’s and Women’s toilets are available on every foyer level of the auditorium. The nearest toilets for front stalls ticket holders are located on levels 3 and 4. There are gender-neutral inclusive toilets available on level 4.