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The Balcony is split into three blocks and made up of 9 rows. It is the highest section of the Lyric Theatre and offers mostly good views due to its steep rake but should be avoided by those with fear of heights and small children.
If you are after comfort and plenty of legroom, the Balcony is definitely not for you, taller audience members should purchase an aisle ticket.
There is a rail in front of the row D, running around the back of row C which turns into a handrail, it obstructs the view and may also be seen as hazardous.
The best seats are those located in rows A-E as they offer a pretty good views onto the stage. Most of the end seats suffer from an obstructed view with plenty of audience members complaining about not being able to see onto the stage at all.
The Balcony feels very far away from the stage and could be a problem for those who would like to experience the performances fully and not feel removed from it. The Balcony does not have an access for those with reduced mobility.