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The dress circle is a level above the stalls and is the smallest section of the Lyric Theatre as it consists of 8 rows. There are two pillars in the Dress Circle affecting a lot of seats in row F especially seats F3 and F9 as they have fully obstructed views. Also row G seats 3-4 and 10-11 along with row H seats 2-4 and 11-12 are placed around a pillar. The best view onto the stage is offered from most seats in rows A to E, however due to the fact that the seats follow the curve of the balcony, most of the seats at the end of the rows look across at the stage rather than directly onto it. There isn't much legroom in the Dress Circle, so it is advised to buy tickets in row A or go for one of the aisle seats.
The seats at the back of the Dress Circle suffer from the overhang of the Upper Circle above, and feel very far away from the action on stage. If you are planning on attending with children you should avoid purchasing tickets in this part of the venue since the rake here is more shallow than in the Stalls, which means that only taller audience members will be able to see well in front of them.