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The Stalls at Her Majesty’s Theatre consists of only 17 rows, therefore this part of the theatre feels quite small and intimate. This section of the theatre is separated by one aisle that runs partway through the auditorium. The Royal Circle overhang begins at row G which affects the view on the top of the stage especially for those seated at the edges of the stalls from row J and in central stalls from row N back.
Unfortunately the seats in the Stalls offer very little legroom and can be quite uncomfortable for taller members of the audience; row B offers particularly little legroom space. For those who want to feel comfortable it is advised to purchase aisle seats.
The best seats are in the centre of row D and G as they offer a good central view. It is advised to avoid row B as the seats are very uncomfortable and whilst B10-12 seats are sold very cheaply and can be seen as a bargain it is worth knowing that the conductor obstructs the view.
There are two supporting pillars on this level which may hinder the experience for many, so it’s worth noting that they cause obstructed views in rows N and P and it is best to sit centrally or at the end of the rows.
This section of the theatre is wheelchair accessible and can be accessed via a step free entrance. It is advised that those with reduced mobility purchase tickets in the Stalls area of Her Majesty’s Theatre.