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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.
Located a level above the Stalls, the Dress Circle is not too high, therefore it still feels quite close to the stage.
Divided into a main central block and two blocks at the front of the section that offer a side view onto the stage, these seats can be purchased at a lower price.
The side seats in row AA offer very restricted and quite poor views and are also priced cheaper than the rest of the tickets in this part of the Novello Theatre.
The best seats in the Dress Circle are those in the middle of rows A-C as they allow members of the audience to enjoy a perfectly unobstructed view. Legroom can feel quite restricted in this section of the venue, so taller patrons should aim to purchase tickets in A, AA, B or in the middle of rows A-F.
The Dress Circle is well raked therefore preventing audience members from being affected by those in front of them. The overhang from the Grand Circle begins at row C but only affects those from row G and back cutting the view of the top of the stage quite significantly. Due to the fact that this part of the theatre does not have any safety rails, patrons do not need to worry about any possible obstructions.
Whilst this section is accessible to those with reduced mobility, wheelchair spaces and transport is available for wheelchair users.