The Stalls are very narrow and deep, with no central aisle. Rows are wider towards the middle of the section, with a gentle curve that allows seats at the ends of rows to have a good view of the stage. A good rake means that audience members in front will not block the view.
The best seats can be found in the middle of the Stalls. The first four rows can feel too close to the stage, as dancer’s feet can sometimes be missed. The overhang of the First Circle begins to obstruct some of the top of the stage in the rear of the Stalls, but does not particularly affect enjoyment.
A bar is available on this level, which opens 60 minutes before the performance is due to begin. A restaurant is also available on the Mezzanine and can be accessed via lift. An at-seat service is available for access patrons.
Men’s and Women’s toilets are located in the Basement and First Circle and can be accessed via customer lift. A fully adapted toilet is available on the Stalls level and can be accessed via the exit on the middle-right hand side of the auditorium when facing the stage.