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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 tickets in this section of the Novello Theatre can be a real bargain for less demanding and less comfort seeking audience members; however those who suffer with acrophobia or have experienced vertigo in the past should avoid this part of the theatre.
Made of just 6 rows, the Balcony is quite high and offers a bird’s eye view onto the stage of the theatre. The section is well raked which prevents the audience from experiencing any view obstructions caused by those in front of them.
A large double safety rail runs in front of row A making for a rather restricted view for those directly in front of it, but this is why tickets in this part of the theatre can be purchased for a lower price. Row A should also be avoided by taller audience members who should generally bear in mind that legroom in this part of the venue is very restricted, so perhaps buying tickets for the end seats may be a solution to that problem. Seats 7-17 in rows C and D offer most legroom as well as rows B and E. It has also been reported that this section of the theatre can get quite cold; therefore an extra layer of clothing may come in very handy!
The Balcony is not suitable for those patrons who are attending with children, people with reduced mobility or wheelchair users.