The Stalls is split into three large seating blocks by two aisles that run horizontally and vertically throughout the theatre. Row V is separate from the main blocks, positioned at the very rear of the seating. With an expansive seating capacity of over 900, rows expand toward the back of the theatre, with Row T reaching 49 seats.
There are shallow steps to reach each row and a gentle slope to rows AA-D, although a steep rake ensures that those in front will not block the view. Rows barely curve around the stage, ensuring good sight-lines throughout.
The Circle overhang kicks in at around Row K, but does not dramatically restrict the view in rows toward the rear of the seating, only creating a slight letterbox effect in rows T-V. Extra legroom is available in Row E and in aisle seats.
There are 4 spaces for wheelchair users in Row U and Row E, which can accommodate between 1 to 18 wheelchairs, all with room for a companion. The Stalls generally offer the best views, and it is recommended to sit as centrally as possible.
A bar is available at Stalls level and in the main foyer. An at-seat service can be requested for access patrons who are unable to reach the bars.
Women’s and Men’s toilets are available at Stalls level. Fully facilitated accessible toilets are available in the main foyer and Stalls Bar.