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Upper Circle guide
The Upper Circle is the highest tier in the theatre and is one large seating block with two vertical aisles that run down either side of the section, with steps to reach each row. With a relatively intimate seating capacity, rows are wider toward the front of the section, reaching up to 42 seats in Row A.
Rows curve slightly around the stage, allowing for seats at the ends to still have a good view of the stage. Shallow safety rails may obstruct the view in the first three rows, and legroom is very limited in this section.
There are six Boxes available in this section, which run down the side of the auditorium, offering various side-angle views.
A bar is available on this level. An at-seat service can also be requested.
Women’s and Men’s toilets are both available at Upper Circle level. Accessible toilets are also available level access from this section.