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Disclaimer Please note that this seating plan is for illustration purposes. While we've done our best to represent the official seating plan layout accurately, there may be some small differences.
The Stalls is the largest section of the Adelphi Theatre. Made up of 23 rows and half divided by an aisle running through the auditorium, this part of the theatre offers some great views, especially in the central seats.
Daily seats are released at quite a good price for row A, which offers plenty of legroom, but it’s worth knowing that due to the height of the stage audience members have to look up all the time, which can cause cramps in the neck.
The overhang from the Dress Circle begins at row H and the top of the stage is not visible from those in row P and behind.
The rake in this part of the theatre is quite shallow and non-existent in rows A-H but fortunately the height of the stage compensates for that. The Stalls offer plenty of legroom but the positioning of the sound desk in seats 14-18 in row U cuts a few inches from the space.
Due to the slight curve in this section of the theatre is it advisable to avoid seats at the end of the rows, especially in the middle of the Stalls. The best seats in the Stalls are in the middle of rows D-H as they offer an exceptional view onto the stage, which is also reflected in the pricing. Those patrons that are planning on attending with children should aim to see the show in the central seats to the front part of the theatre.
The Stalls is wheelchair accessible and suitable to those with reduced mobility.