10 Stalls photos
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The stalls at Wembley Park Theatre have a flexible capacity of 1,000 to 2,000 seats. In the traditional end-on configuration, the stalls are split into two sections. The front stalls is a single large block of seats with an aisle on either side. A small block of 12 seats is located at the rear of this section on each side of the auditorium. The rear of the stalls has two aisles intersecting the block of seats up to the back row, forming a large central block and 10 seats on each side of the auditorium.
The stage is wide, so seats in the centre of the auditorium offer the best overall view. The rake begins at the eighth row of seats in the front stalls and continues all the way to the back of the auditorium.
If an in-the-round configuration is used, the seats are split into four sections, with two deeper blocks of seats on the right and left-hand side of the auditorium, and two longer narrower blocks on either side of the stage. The capacity for an in-the-round performance is around 1,200.
Wembley Park Theatre boasts a spacious bar in its foyer, serving a range of alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as bar snacks and ice creams. All areas of the venue, including the bar, are fully accessible.
Toilets are located in the foyer of the venue, where there are also two accessible toilets located.