The Playhouse Theatre has been transformed into The Kit Kat Klub for their exciting new production of Cabaret
. This new layout places seating on both sides of the stage and recreates the authentic feel of a 1930s Berlin cabaret club and brings some of the audience directly onto the stage with table seating.
The stage sits in the middle of the stalls, with table seating in the first four rows on either side. Further back in the stalls, the seating is more traditional theatre seating, but still offers and intimate view of the performance.
The Dress Circle
Similar to The Stalls, the Dress Circle has been split into two sections on either side of the stage. Most seats from the Dress Circle offer a complete, unobstructed view of the stage below, with a fairly steep rake to ensure patrons can see over the heads of the people in front.
The Upper Circle
The Upper Circle is only one side of the stage. The Upper Circle is not too far from the stage, but it is very high up. Views are mostly unobstructed but as the floating orchestra pits are located on a slightly lower level, these can occasionally block a very small part of the view.