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Disclaimer Please note that this seating plan is for illustration purposes. While we've done our best to represent the official seating plan layout accurately, there may be some small differences.
The Stalls at The Gielgud Theatre is a big block of seats which consists of 22 rows.
The premium seats are in the middle of rows G-K and they offer stunning panoramic and clear views of the stage. This section of the venue is well raked, hence audience members can enjoy good views that are not obstructed by those in front of them.
The Dress Circle overhangs the stalls from row K and affects those in row R as the top of the stage is not visible from those seats.
The first few rows in the Stalls at The Gielgud Theatre are affected by the height of the stage, as audience members have to look up and might also miss some action taking place on stage.
Generally it is advised to sit as centrally as possible to enjoy good and clear views of the stage. As rows become wider towards the back of the Stalls, end on seats offer slightly restricted views.
For those who are after a bargain, this section of the theatre offers standing tickets as well as day seats. Day seats at the Gielgud Theatre are usually top stalls seats and can be purchased at the box office on the day of the performance at £15 per ticket.
Although this section of the theatre is quite comfortable and offers plenty of legroom, taller audience members are advised to purchase tickets in row A, as it offers unlimited legroom and alternatively buy for seats E24, G24 and N1, as they also offer extra legroom space.
This section is not wheelchair accessible and is not suited to those with reduced mobility.