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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 section of the theatre consists of one large block of seats that is not separated by aisles, made of 22 rows.
The best seats in this part of the venue are seats 9-20 in rows C- E and seats 10-21 in rows F-K and this reflects in their prices as they are considered to be premium seats.
It is generally advised to sit in the centre of the Stalls as this will allow you to enjoy the best view possible. The seats are very comfortable and legroom does not feel restricted. Taller audience members should aim to buy an aisle seat or sit in row P as it offers extra legroom.
Due to the shape of the Stalls audience members at the end of rows A-E might miss some of the action that is happening on stage but not so much to hinder the experience; it is worth noting that those seats are at a discounted price.
The positioning of the sound desk obstructs the view and may create discomfort for those in seats 10-20 in rows S and T.
The Royal Circle overhang begins at row L affecting those in row R back as the top of the stage is obstructed by the overhang.
The rear of the Stalls feels really distant from the stage and it would be advised to consider purchasing tickets in the Royal Circle instead as they offer better views.
This section of the theatre is appropriate for those with reduced mobility and children.