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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 at the Prince Edward Theatre is a large block of seating which is divided into a front and rear section by a large horizontal aisle behind row K. The back section is split into three blocks of seating, which provides plenty of legroom.
This section of the theatre is well raked ensuring that even those at the back can enjoy a good view unobstructed by other audience members.
Seats at the rear of this part of the venue can feel quite far and distant from the stage, however this should not hinder the overall experience too much.
The Stalls offers plenty of comfort and legroom, even taller audience members should feel comfortable and row L offers extra legroom as there is nothing in front of it.
The best seats are in rows D-G, K and M-N and they are considered premium stalls together with seats in rows C-R as they offer panoramic and wonderful views of the stage.
The Prince Edward Theatre offers Day Seats which you can buy for £25 and you will be allocated a seat in row A, which is an absolute bargain, even though due to the height of the stage you may have to look up most of the time, it is absolutely worth it as it is great value for money.
This section is not recommended for those with reduced mobility.