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Positioned a level above the Stalls, the Dress Circle offers plenty of good views onto the stage of the Aldwych Theatre.
Due to the fact that the Dress Circle is on street level it does not feel too high or distant from the stage. This section is made of one big block of seats that is not separated by aisles and due to the lack of a safety rail views are not obstructed for those in the first few rows.
The best seats can be found in row B-C and also in seats 3-24 in row D-E as they offer great panoramic views and what is more feel close enough to the stage to make out small details and facial expressions.
The Dress Circle curves in rows A-E meaning that it is best to choose seats in the middle of these rows to avoid looking at the stage from the side.
The overhang from the Grand Circle begins at row C and affects those in rows F and back, as it prevents them from seeing the top of the stage.
The Dress Circle does not offer as much comfort and legroom as the Stalls and taller audience members should try to purchase a ticket for an aisle seat or aim to sit in rows E as it provides a little extra space than other rows in this section.
The Dress Circle is wheelchair accessible and suitable to those patrons with reduced mobility as it offers step free access.