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The Stalls at the Savoy Theatre offer great views throughout as it is a relatively small and intimate section of the theatre. Made of one big block of seating, this part of the venue offers head on views of the stage and consists of 23 rows.
The best seats are in the middle of rows E-J as they offer clear and panoramic views of the stage and are considered premium seats. If you are after a bargain, seats in the first couple of rows can be purchased at a discounted price, but due to the height of the stage audience members in these seats have to look up to follow the action taking place on stage.
This section of the theatre is well raked, ensuring that audience members can enjoy the performance without those in front of them obstructing their views. The Dress Circle overhang begins at row J, affecting those in rows O and back by cutting off the top of the stage.
The Stalls offers plenty of comfort, and legroom does not feel limited in this section of the venue, however taller audience members are advised to have a look at seats H1 and H28 as there is nothing in front of those seats, hence there is plenty of legroom.
The seats in the rear of the section are often occupied by the technical equipment. The Stalls of the Savoy Theatre is not wheelchair accessible and is not suited to those with reduced mobility.