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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 is the largest part of the New London Theatre which is usually divided into a front and rear section.
The seats curve around the stage offering a variety of views. The best seats in this part of the New London Theatre are in the centre of the rows.
Due to the height of the stage it is advised to bear in mind the fact that you will have to look up which might cause cramps in your neck. The best seats are in the middle of row E-I which reflects in the pricing, as they are premium seats. If you are after a really good view but don’t want to overpay, rows J-M offer pretty much the same quality of view but for a much cheaper price.
The overhang from the Circle begins at row P but does not have any impact on those sat under it as it does not obstruct the view. The Stalls offer plenty of legroom and rows A and I have unlimited legroom.
Very tall audience members should avoid seats 1 and 20 in row G since legroom is limited. The seats in the New London Theatre are well raked which ensures that those at the back can see well, however the very back of this section can feel quite removed from the action on the stage. The Stalls is accessible for wheelchair users who can enjoy really good views in row S. This part of the theatre is also recommended for those with reduced mobility.