Vaudeville Theatre Stalls seats reviews
Vaudeville Theatre Seating Plan
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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 Vaudeville Theatre is a large block of seating that is not divided by any aisles.
This section of the venue offers plenty of good views throughout and the seats are well raked ensuring that all audience members can enjoy good views that are unobstructed by those in front of them.
The best seats are seats 5-14 of rows F-K as they face the stage head on, offering great clear and panoramic views. The Dress Circle overhang begins at row L and it obstructs views from row N back by cutting off the top of the stage, fortunately this does not have much on an impact on most productions.
Generally it is advised to sit as centrally as possible in order to enjoy good views of the stage. The rear section of the Stalls at The Vaudeville Theatre can feel quite distant from the stage.
This part of the venue offers plenty of comfort, but taller audience members are advised to purchase a ticket for an aisle seat. The first four rows of the Stalls are not very well raked so shorter audience members might have problems seeing well in front of them.
Day seats are available for this section of the venue, they can be purchased on the day at the Box Office at the price of £20 each and these seats are usually in the front row.
The Stalls section of the Vaudeville Theatre is wheelchair accessible and suitable to those audience members who have reduced mobility issues.