Where is the best place to sit at the Apollo Victoria theatre?

Where is the best place to sit at the Apollo Victoria theatre?

The best seats classed as Premium seats are located in the centre-front sections of the Stalls and in Row Q which has a walk way in front and so is great for customers wanting extra leg room.

Are stalls good seats in theatre?

Typically, stalls seats can be regarded as some of the best seats in the auditorium, due to their close proximity to the stage. If you’re sitting in the first few rows of the stalls seats, you may even be able to touch the stage and see performers blink.

Is stalls better than balcony?

The stalls tend to be a bit busier and the balcony a little quieter, so some people prefer the busier atmosphere downstairs while others prefer the extra space and better choice of seats the balcony usually offers.

Does stalls mean standing?

Stall standing is floor and is standing only. 1st floor is mostly seating and is the upper level.

What’s the difference between stalls and circle?

– Stalls is the same as Orchestra or Orchestra Stalls in the USA. They are the lowest seating section of the theatre and normally closest to the stage. – Dress Circle, aka Royal Circle or Circle, is the same as Mezzanine in the USA and is the next tier of seating above the Stalls.

What are the best seats at Victoria Palace theatre?

Best seats in the front stalls are rows D to P from around 11 to 38. Then choose rows C or R (depending on preference for proximity to the stage versus missing dancing feet). Be aware that rows are not off-set brilliantly to see between those in front.

What’s the difference between stalls and circle in a theatre?

In the Stalls the floor has a gentle slope from the back of the theatre down towards the stage. This ensures rear rows of seats are raised slightly, improving, hopefully, the view. In the Circles, the rows of seats are arranges on steps. The higher the steps for each row the better the view.