Apollo Theatre Grand Circle seats reviews
Apollo Theatre Seating Plan
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The Grand Circle is one level above the Dress Circle and it is divided into two sections by one aisle.
This section does feel very cramped and whilst it is still possible to enjoy your experience it is worth knowing that if you are after comfort you might feel disappointed in this part of the venue. The best seats can be found in the middle of all rows.
As already mentioned the Grand Circle does not offer much comfort and legroom feels awfully restricted here, hence taller audience members should avoid this section altogether or aim for an aisle seat.
Despite the fact that the Grand Circle is not positioned too high, this part of the theatre is steeply raked and can feel quite high. Audience members who suffer from acrophobia or have experienced vertigo in the past should avoid this section of the venue.
The first three rows of the Grand Circle at the Apollo Theatre curve around the balcony, hence seats at the end of rows offer a side view.
This section of the venue does feel very cramped and legroom is terribly restricted so taller audience members should avoid the Grand Circle.
There is a metal bar that runs across the front of the circle which affects the view for those sat in row A. The Grand Circle at the Apollo Theatre is not wheelchair accessible and is not suited to those with reduced mobility or those who suffer from claustrophobia.
Apollo Theatre location31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES
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