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The Stalls offer the best view in the theatre, with barely any restricted seats. This section is deep and narrow, with no central aisle and a maximum of 18 seats per row. A moderate rake allows audience members to see past each other, but this is less effective towards the rear of the Stalls.
Row A is particularly close to the stage and is often offered at a discounted rate. Although legroom is good, the height of the stage can cause audience members to crane their necks. Rows get wider towards the centre of the Stalls, with seats towards the ends of rows G-M having stark side views of the stage. It is best to sit more centrally for a better overall view.
The Royal Circle overhang begins halfway through the section, but does not affect the view of the stage, even from Row W and X. Legroom is adequate throughout the Stalls. Premium seats are marked from Row K, although cheaper seats can be found in rows J or L, which provide the same view.
The Stalls bar can be reached via 14 steps down, with highlighted steps and handrails. An at-seat service is available for access patrons.
Men’s and Women’s toilets are located on this level. One adapted toilet is available step-free at the rear of the Stalls, by the accessible entrance.