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The Stalls are made up of 16 rows from A to Q, with lengths varying from 14 to 26 seats. There is no central aisle, so additional legroom will only be found at either end of most rows.
The best views from the Stalls are traditionally from the centre seats, a few rows back - in this case, rows D to H. These also tend to be the most expensive seats in the house. Seats at the far sides and back of the Stalls may offer more restricted or distant views of the stage and prices usually reflect this.
The Stalls has a gentle rake, which alleviates obstructed views from those sitting directly in front and provides a good viewing angle of the stage.
SeatPlan’s best views of the stageThe central seats in rows D to H of the Stalls are excellent for patrons who want to experience the intimacy and detail of a play or musical. They aren't too close either - although unbeatable for proximity, the front row may mean audience members have to crane their neck and look up for extended periods.
Best legroom seatsPatrons needing extra legroom are best served by seats at either end of a row, on the aisle.
The Stalls Bar is located 25 steps down from the Foyer and Box Office, with access also available via the lift. It is more spacious than the Foyer Bar upstairs and on a level with the Stalls seating.
Toilets are located in the Stalls Bar area, with one accessible toilet on this level.