Vaudeville Theatre Dress Circle seats reviews
Vaudeville Theatre Seating Plan
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Located a level above the Stalls, the Dress Circle offers clear views of the stage of the Vaudeville Theatre and as this section does not curve, all the seats face the stage head on.
The Dress Circle is well raked ensuring that those at the back of the section can enjoy good views unobstructed by those in front of them. The Upper Circle overhang begins at row C affecting the view of the top of the stage from row F back.
The Dress Circle offers comfortable seats but unfortunately legroom feels very restricted, especially from row B back, therefore taller audience members are advised to choose an aisle seat to ensure plenty of comfort.
The best seats in this section of the Vaudeville Theatre can be found in the centre of the seating block, but those who want to enjoy close views of the stage should avoid the rear of this section as they can feel quite distant and removed from the action taking place on stage.
Whilst there are no safety rails in this part of the venue that can potentially obstruct the views, there are support pillars that affect those in rows F-K. Discounted tickets can be purchased for seats directly next to the pillars and they are an absolute bargain as the view remains unobstructed and one can still enjoy their experience fully.
The Dress Circle section of the Vaudeville Theatre is not wheelchair accessible and is not suited to those with reduced mobility.