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Prince Edward Theatre Seating Plan

Prince Edward Theatre seating plan

Built in the 1930s, the Prince Edward houses 1618 people over three levels: the stalls, dress circle and upper circle. The interior of the theatre is designed in quintessential Art Deco style with no pillars to restrict the view. In that respect it's unusual. The balcony levels are very high, as is the stage. The dress circle and upper circles' safety rails, which can obstruct views of the stage.

The stalls

The stalls of the Prince Edward Theatre are very large and make up the majority of seats in the auditorium. The best seats in the house are in the central section of the stalls. The rows are very long and consequently those at the ends offer a side-on view to the stage. The stalls are divided into a front and rear section by a wide central aisle. The seats at the back of the stalls are a long way from the stage and can feel disconnected from the action. The overhang from the dress circle above only affects only the rear section. And the front few rows of the stalls are close to the edge of the stage with very slightly restricted views.

The dress circle

Divided into small blocks of seating, the dress circle is one level above the stalls. The best seats can be found in the central area of the first few rows. Safety rails can occasionally restrict the view from seats on the edges of the aisles but overall, views to the stage are unrestricted.

The upper circle

The highest level is the upper circle, divided into small blocks of seating. The best seats on this level are in the central section of the first four rows. Any further back and it feels a bit disconnected from the action... but as a whole this section is great value for money.

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