Ed Mirvish Theatre Mezzanine

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Mezzanine guide

The Mezzanine is located directly above the Orchestra, with a similar seating capacity that is split across twelve blocks of seats that vary in size. Offering some good views, particularly for large-scale musicals, this section is well-raked to provide limited obstruction from those in front.

Running from rows AA-X, the expansive rows reach their widest toward the rear of the theatre where seats span 100-158. Rows curve around the stage, offering slightly angled views in seats at the very ends. Several aisles run down the Mezzanine, dividing blocks and occasionally allowing extra legroom.

The theatre’s ceiling does not obstruct the view, although various safety rails may partially block the views of those directly behind, specifically in Row AA and where sections are divided in front of Row C, J and V. Seats with safety rails in front may also suffer from slightly limited legroom.

Despite being higher up, the front of the Mezzanine, specifically rows AA-BB, feels close to the stage and there is decent comfort. Boxes D-F and K-M sit in front of the Mezzanine and offer side views of the stage.

Mezzanine Front Left

Rows in the front-left of the Mezzanine curve slightly to face the stage, but still provide excellent views of the action. A safety rail runs in front of Row AA, which may temporarily restrict the view in rows AA-BB. There is sufficient legroom in this area, aside from in Row C where legroom is limited due to the wall and safety rail. A vertical aisle runs between seats 107-108, providing extra legroom in aisle seats. Boxes D-F are in front of the left side of the Mezzanine, offering side-on views with movable chairs.

Mezzanine Front Right

Rows in the front-right of the Mezzanine are slightly curved to face the stage, still providing excellent views of the action. A safety rail runs in front of Row AA, temporarily restricting the view in rows AA-BB. There is sufficient legroom throughout this area, aside from in Row C where legroom may be limited due to the wall and safety rail. A vertical aisle divides seats 152-153, providing a little extra legroom in aisle seats. Boxes K-M are in front of the left side of the Mezzanine, offering side-on views with movable chairs.

Mezzanine Centre

The Mezzanine centre is the best area of the tier, particularly for large-scale musicals. Seats face the stage head-on and although they are not staggered, a decent rake ensures limited obstructions from those in front. Two aisles run either side of the centre, providing some extra legroom in aisle seats 121 and 136. Row C onward is positioned slightly back from rows AA-BB, with safety rails running throughout. Views become distant from Row O toward the rear of the auditorium.

Mezzanine Rear Left

Rows in the rear-left of the Mezzanine are slightly curved to face the stage, but still provide mostly head-on views of the action. Sight-lines are clear due to the good rake, even toward the very rear of the seating, but the stage feels distant from here. Despite this, some good bargains can be found in this area. Safety rails in front of Row AA and C may partially obstruct the view, but the theatre ceiling does not affect anything. Row X is padded stool seats, located behind a safety rail behind Row W.

Mezzanine Rear Right

Rows in the rear-right of the Mezzanine curve slightly to face the stage, still providing majority head-on views of the action. Sight-lines are clear due to the good rake, even toward the rear of the seating, but the stage feels distant. Despite this, some good bargains can be found. Safety rails in front of Row AA and C may partially obstruct the view, but the theatre ceiling does not affect anything. Row X is padded stool seats, located behind a safety rail behind Row W.

SeatPlan’s Best Views of the Stage

The best overall views in the Mezzanine can be found in rows AA-BB, particularly in the central block. Complete with a premium price tag, these seats offer a panoramic views of the stage and ensure that detail can be seen with minimal obstruction. Alternatively, seats in rows A-C offer a similar experience.

Best Legroom Seats

Good legroom is available throughout the Mezzanine, particularly in rows AA-BB, but sitting in an aisle guarantees a little extra space. Boxes contain movable chairs, which allow for unlimited legroom.

Tips

• Safety rails run in front of parts of Row AA, C, J, V and X, occasionally obstructing the view
• Boxes D-F and K-M are movable chairs that allow for extra comfort
• Row C onward is positioned further behind rows AA-BB

Pricing

Seats in the Mezzanine vary in price, mostly due to the distance from the stage. Premium seats are in the centre of rows AA-BB, with top price seats surrounding them in rows AA-C. These are the best seats in the section and are a good option to avoid feeling distant from the stage. Rows D-H are in the next price band, with slightly cheaper seats located behind in rows J-N. Rows are priced the same across all seats, so it is best to sit as centrally as possible to allow for the best view. Slightly cheaper seats are in rows O-W, as they are the most distant from the stage. Row X contains the cheapest seats in the theatre, as they are stool seats that are far from the stage.

Bars

A bar and refreshment counter is available in the Mezzanine Lobby.

Toilets

Women’s and Men’s toilets can be found on this level.