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Grand Circle guide
The Grand Circle is a large block of seating, divided by a wide central aisle. Rows curve around the stage, causing seats at the ends of rows to be slightly restricted. A severe rake ensures good sight-lines, but the section can feel very steep and high.
A safety rail runs along the edge of the balcony and can affect the view for rows A- C. It is advisable to sit further back to completely avoid it, although the view may be hindered by audience members that lean forward.
The best seats can be found in the middle of the section. The back row offers the cheapest seats, which are usually the same price as restricted view Stall seats.
The actual seats are smaller than those in the Dress Circle, and legroom is very limited. This is more of a problem in seats at the ends of the rows. Rows J and K have more legroom, but those who require it should aim for the Dress Circle.
The Grand Circle bar is located on this level, with seating in place.
Men’s and Women’s toilets can be found on this level.