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The highest section of the Aldwych Theatre, the Grand Circle is divided into two parts by a horizontal aisle.
This part of the venue can feel quite distant and far away from the stage and the best seats can be found in rows A-C as they offer good clear view of the stage.
The Grand Circle is well raked ensuring good views throughout although it is worth noting that the last four rows feel extremely distant from the stage.
Unfortunately this section of the theatre does not offer much comfort or legroom and taller audience member might struggle a lot. It is advised to purchase aisle tickets or choose to sit in a different part of the theatre if you are tall and want to enjoy your experience at this venue.
For those who are after a bargain and don’t mind obstructed views, seats in row AA can be purchased at a cheaper price, as the safety rail in front of it creates a restricted view. It is worth noting that from row D back there are no arm rests on the chairs, making the experience a little bit uncomfortable.
It is advised to always aim for the first couple of rows and sit centrally to enjoy the best experience possible, especially as the rear of this section does feel extremely distant and removed from the action taking place on stage.
The Grand Circle is not wheelchair accessible and is not suited to those with reduced mobility or children.