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The Circle is much smaller than the Stalls as it is made of only five rows that are split into one central and two side blocks.
This part of the New London Theatre feels very intimate and despite being a level above the Stalls, it does not feel too high or removed from the action taking place on stage. Due to a safety rail positioned in front of row A, seats in row A offer restricted views.
The Circle offers plenty of comfort and plenty of legroom, however very tall audience members are advised to purchase tickets for aisle seats to ensure their comfort.
The best seats in this section of the theatre are in the central block as they offer the best view onto the stage. Seats on the end of the rows tend to have restricted views due to the curved shape of this part of the theatre, offering a side view of the stage.
Seats in the Circle are well raked ensuring that those at the back can enjoy the show and their views are not obstructed by those in front of them. Seats 20-21 and 60-61 in row A-C offer slightly restricted views as there is technical equipment in front of them plus the shape of the theatre prevents those sat there from enjoying a full view, however the obstruction is not severe and should not hinder anyone’s experience too much.
Wheelchair users and those with reduced mobility should choose the Stalls over Circle seats.