Apollo Theatre Dress Circle seats reviews
Apollo Theatre Seating Plan
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Situated level above the Stalls, the Dress Circle is divided into three sections by two aisles. This section of the venue offers some great and clear views of the stage. Due to the shape of this part of the auditorium end seats offer restricted views especially for those in rows A-D. Premium seats are seats 11-20 in rows A-C and they offer fantastic and panoramic views of the stage.
Although this part of the theatre is not well raked, the size of the Dress Circle ensures that audience members can enjoy good views that are unobstructed by those in front of them. The Grand Circle overhang affects the last three rows of the Dress Circle, cutting the view off the top of the stage.
Unfortunately whilst seats feel quite comfortable in this section of the theatre, legroom does feel restricted and taller audience members are advised to especially avoid rows A and C, and if possible purchase a ticket for an aisle seat.
Generally it is advised to aim for seats that are located in the middle of this section to ensure that you can enjoy clear and panoramic views of the stage. Cheaper tickets can be purchased for seats that are at the end of rows A-D, and whilst they are restricted view seats, they are a really good value for money.
The Dress Circle is not wheelchair accessible and is not suitable to those with reduced mobility.
Apollo Theatre location31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES
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