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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 highest section of the Vaudeville Theatre, the Upper Circle is a small block of seating that is not divided by a central aisle. A good rake ensures that audience members can enjoy clear panoramic views of the stage and due to the shape of this section the seats to not curve noticeably and most of them face the stage head on.
Legroom is better in this part of the venue than in the Dress Circle, however taller audience members should aim for aisle seats.
There is a safety rail that runs across the front of the Upper Circle however it does not affect those directly in front of it. The best seats can be found at the front of the section, especially in the first two rows. Although the seats in the rear of this section offer great and clear views, due to the good rake they can feel really distant and far away from the stage. It is very hard to make out any detail and those audience members who like to feel immersed in the action taking place on stage should avoid sitting at the back of the Upper Circle.
Audience members who suffer from claustrophobia or experience vertigo should aim for tickets in the lower parts of the venue as the Upper Circle does feel quite high up.
Unfortunately this section of the theatre is not wheelchair accessible and should be avoided by those with reduced mobility issues.