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Rear Stalls guide
The rear stalls are divided into three blocks with vertical aisles running the length of the auditorium. There are 20 rows, each with 51 seats per row in this section. The overhang from the balcony begins at row DD, however this does not obstruct the stage.
The best seats in this section can be found in the central block, as they will have the clearest, most panoramic views. Seats towards the front of this section still feel close to the action, however seats towards the rear can feel very distant from the stage. The rake is very good across all rows in this section, however the rows are not offset, meaning heads can cause sightline issues.
Seats in row AA and BB could be obstructed by a safety rail for shorter audience members, otherwise these seats offer the closest view of the stage in this section.
Seats towards the ends of the side block give an angled view to the stage, however this doesn’t cause many sightline problems and these seats provide good value for money.
There are two bars accessible for rear stalls ticket holders – the Green Bar and the Blue Bar – serving alcoholic and soft drinks, and a range of snacks before and during performances.
Men’s and Women’s toilets are available on every level of the venue. The nearest toilets for rear stalls ticket holders are located on levels 4 and 5. There are gender-neutral inclusive toilets available on level 4.