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Front Mezzanine Guide
The Front Mezzanine sits in the same balcony as the Rear Mezzanine in an innovative design element by Herbert Krapp. There are 292 seats across the section, with rows spanning up to 42 seats. This section has aisles between the Left, Center and Right sections, and continuous seating in seven rows from front to back.
Seats in rows A and B of the Center Front Mezzanine are considered some of the best in the theater, whilst those further back and to the sides are also good value. A decent rake provides great sightlines for grand musical productions, although seats to the left and right may begin to face side-on to the stage. For taller patrons, extra legroom can be found in row A and on the aisles.
Prices begin at a premium in the center front rows on the Front Mezzanine, with good value options slightly to the side and back.
There is no accessible seating in the Front Mezzanine, and the steep rake and steps up to the section make it an inadvisable choice for patrons with limited mobility.
Left Front MezzanineThis section is odd-numbered in the range of 1 to a maximum of 27, with seven rows from A to G. The inside of rows A and B offer the most direct, unobstructed views; further to the side in double-digit seats, sightlines are more angled. The section has a decent rake which helps patrons see clearly down to the stage, and although legroom is average it is best for taller theatergoers on either aisle. Seat prices tend to decrease as they move further to the side or back of the Left Front Mezzanine.
Right Front MezzanineThe Right Front Mezzanine has seven rows from A to G, with even-numbered seats starting at 2 on the inside and extending to 28 at the far end. The inside of rows A and B offer the most direct, unobstructed views; in double-digit seats towards the far side, sightlines are more angled. The section has a decent rake which helps patrons see clearly down to the stage, and although legroom is average it is best for taller theatergoers on either aisle. Seat prices tend to decrease as they move further to the side or back of the Right Front Mezzanine.
Center Front MezzanineThis section has seats running from 101 to 114 left to right, with seven rows from A to G. Rows A and B in the Center Front Mezzanine offer the best views in the whole section, with an excellent panoramic look at the stage below. Legroom is also a bit better in row A, making this and every aisle seat a good option for those needing extra space. With a decent rake between rows, the middle and back of the Center Front Mezzanine represents good value seats, with the most expensive seats in the premium front rows.
SeatPlan’s best view of the stageRows A and B in the Center Front Mezzanine are widely regarded as offering some of the best views, perfect for enjoying the spectacular set pieces and gothic numbers in The Phantom of the Opera.
Best legroom seatsExtra legroom is available in row A of the Front Mezzanine, combining a panoramic view of the stage with comfort. Aisle seats also offer more space.
Tips• The best views are in rows A and B of the Center Front Mezzanine
• Good value seats can be found at the rear left and right edges
• A steep rake offers great sightlines to appreciate the staging in full
• Extra legroom is available in the front row and aisle seats
• Handrails are only available on the far side aisles of this section
PricingPricing across the Front and Mezzanine is generally lower than Orchestra seating, although rows A and B are at a premium thanks to the excellent view. Prices decrease towards the back and sides of the section.
The Majestic Theatre’s bars are notoriously pricey. If you’re after a tipple, consider having a drink nearby before the show.
The closest restrooms can be accessed nine steps down from the Front Mezzanine. These restrooms are not wheelchair accessible.