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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 highest section of the Phoenix Theatre, the Grand Circle is the highest section of the venue. Divided into two blocks of seating the Grand Circle might feel quite high up and distant from the stage, so those audience members who would like to enjoy feeling close to the stage should aim for the first two or three rows of this section.
There is a metal bar that runs in front of row A, slightly obstructing the view for those in front of it.
Unfortunately this part of the venue does not offer much comfort and legroom feels awfully restricted here. Taller audience members are advised to avoid this section or aim for an aisle seat.
For the best experience you should sit as centrally as possible as seats at the end of rows offer only a restricted view due to the curved shape of the Grand Circle.
If you are after a bargain and do not mind sitting far away from the stage, seats in row J offer a good panoramic view of the stage, although audience members sat there can feel very distant and removed from the action taking place on stage. It is also worth knowing that those at the back of the section might find that their experience is slightly hindered by the ceiling which obstructs the view of the stage.
Similar to the Dress Circle, the Grand Circle offers standing tickets for those who are on a strict budget. This section of the theatre is not wheelchair accessible and is not suited to those with reduced mobility.