The Gallery is the highest level of the theatre and can feel very distant from the stage. Rows are head-on, ensuring seats on the ends of rows have a clear view of the stage. The first five rows are priced equally, with the final three being the cheapest seats in the house.
It is best to avoid the first row, as legroom is very limited. The best seats are in the second two rows and although action does feel very distant, this can be an excellent way to see a show on a budget.
The Upper Circle bar serves the Gallery and can be accessed down a flight of stairs with highlighted steps and handrails in place. There is no seating available at this bar.
Men’s and Women’s toilets can be found towards the Upper Circle.