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Situated a level above the Stalls, the Dress Circle is divided by a horizontal aisle located behind row E, into a front and rear section.
This section of the theatre is slightly curved and the best seats are in rows A-E. Rows C-D offer an especially great panoramic view of the stage, which helps immensely when watching a large scale musical.
The Grand Circle overhangs the Dress Circle at row F which restricts the view significantly for those in row K and back, preventing audience members from seeing the top of the stage.
Rows N and O are particularly affected by the overhang. Unfortunately the Dress Circle does not offer as much comfort and legroom as the Stalls and taller audience members should aim for aisle seats or try to purchase tickets in row B as it offers considerably more comfort than other rows.
Row A should be avoided by patrons with children or shorter audience members as there is a wall in front of it which may hinder the audience’s experience.
Generally it is advised to sit in the middle of the front section of the Dress Circle to enjoy the best views.
This part of the Prince Edward Theatre is wheelchair accessible and those with reduced mobility should feel comfortable here as long as they purchase aisle seats.
Patrons who are attending with children should aim to buy tickets in the middle of rows C-F to enjoy the best experience possible.