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The Dress Circle of The Adelphi Theatre feels quite distant from the stage and those who like to feel immersed in the theatrical experience may feel quite disappointed. The rake in this section of the venue is quite shallow which can cause problems for those who are not very tall and especially children as their view will be blocked by those in front of them.
There are no safety bars in this part of the theatre so audience members need not worry about the potential of a restricted view. Similarly to the Stalls this part of the theatre is half way divided by an aisle running through the Dress Circle. Legroom here is substantially more limited than in the Stalls, hence audience members are advised to either purchase tickets in the end of the rows or sit in the Stalls.
The best seats in the Dress Circle are in the middle of rows B-D as they provide a really good view onto the stage. The overhang from the Upper Circle begins at row C and affects those in rows N and back, cutting the views from the top and bottom of the stage. Due to the curve in this section of the theatre the end seats have a restricted view with audience members having to look onto the stage from a side angle, though these may be purchased at a discounted price.
The Dress Circle is not wheelchair accessible and should be avoided by patrons with reduced mobility.