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Located a level above the Stalls, the Dress Circle does not feel too high or too removed from the action taking place on stage.
Similar to the Stalls, this section of the venue is split into two large blocks of seating and is well raked, which ensures good views throughout. The best seats can be found in the middle of rows B-E as they offer a clear panoramic view of the stage.
There is a safety rail at the front of the section, obstructing the view for those in row A; hence it is best to avoid seating in this part of the Dress Circle. Unfortunately this part of the venue does not provide as much comfort as the Stalls and legroom feels very restricted.
Taller audience members are advised to avoid row A and purchase tickets for an aisle seat. The Grand Circle overhang begins in row A and slightly obstructs the view for those in row G and back by cutting off the top of the stage.
If you are on a strict budget, this section of the theatre offers standing tickets at the price of £20 each. This can be a great way of enjoying yourself if you don’t mind the limitations that come from watching theatre whilst standing.
This section is wheelchair accessible and is recommended to those with restricted mobility.