Are the stalls good seats?

Are the stalls good seats?

Stalls seats are on the ground level of the 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 balcony better than stalls?

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.

Are front row seats at a theatre good?

The front rows of the dress circle are among the best seats in a theatre – especially for dance productions and musicals with a strong dance element.

Where is the best place to sit in the palace Theatre?

Premium seats Seating in the front of the Dress Circle or in the centre of the Stalls is the optimum place to have the most immersive experience without any restrictions. Rows G-K in the Stalls are best as the stage is quite high and a decent rake allows for action to be at eye level.

Where are the stalls located in a Theatre?

The first level of seating directly in front of the stage, generally starting below stage level and slowly rising as it reaches the back of the auditorium, is known as the stalls. The rear of the stalls may be overhung by a balcony with further tiered seating commonly known as the dress circle or grand circle.

What is a row in theatre?

FRONT SECTION (Closer to screen): Rows A, B, C are the newest seats which do not tip-up. Rows D, E and F are slightly narrower old style seats. Row F has no steps to access (wheelchair access). Seats F6 and F12 are reserved as companion seats for wheelchair patrons.

What do you call a theater person?

Definitions of thespian. a theatrical performer. synonyms: actor, histrion, player, role player.

Where are the best seats in the Palace Theatre?

Are the Palace Theatre stalls wheelchair accessible?

The Stalls section of the Palace Theatre is wheelchair accessible and suited to patrons with reduced mobility. Audience members who want to attend with children should aim for seats in the middle of the section and avoid the first row due to the height of the stage.

How do I use the stalls in the theatre?

The Stalls are accessed by 3 steps down from the foyer. The stalls can seat one large or two small wheelchairs along with their companions, or transfer seats to anywhere in the Stalls, with space for up to 4 wheelchairs to be stored at the back of the theatre.

Where are the best seats in the stalls?

Due to the slight overhang of the Dress Circle, seats towards the rear of the Stalls can be slightly cheaper, meaning that you can bag yourself a bargain if you are lucky! The Dress Circle is the second level of the auditorium and offers excellent views of the stage, without many restrictions at all.

How does the dress circle affect seats in the stalls?

Support pillars in Row C, H and S cause restrictions to seats directly behind them. The Dress Circle overhang begins to affect seats in Row M and back, creating a huge problem for the back rows. It is best to sit further back in the Dress Circle for the same price rather than choose the rear of the Stalls.