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Divided into three separate blocks of seats, the Stalls offers great views onto the stage. This section of the theatre is quite large, therefore the seats in the rear of the section can feel very distant and removed from the stage.
The best seats are in the centre of the section and they are seats 8-18 in rows F-J, they are considered premium seats and offer close and clear views of the stage. The Stalls section of the Garrick Theatre is well raked, therefore allowing audience members to enjoy good views unobstructed by those in front of them.
Generally most of the seats in rows G-L offer great views throughout, especially in the middle of the rows. For those who are after a bargain, the theatre offers day seats at £20 per ticket and these are usually in row AA.
Due to the height of the stage it can be quite uncomfortable for some to view the show from that row; however some may still find it enjoyable and not at all problematic.
The Dress Circle overhang begins at row G and those in row N and back are affected by it as it cuts the view of the top of the stage.
Although the seats in the Stalls feel quite comfortable there are many seats with restricted legroom, hence taller audience members should always strive to purchase a ticket for an aisle seat.
The Stalls section of the Garrick Theatre is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.