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Seating Plans

Seating plans are from various sources including, the theatres and producers of the shows. All plans are copyright protected.

NOTE: Seating Plans can change from production to production so small changes may not be updated on the seating plans.

Adelphi
Aldwych
Ambassadors
Apollo, Shaftesbury Ave
Apollo Victoria
Arts
Barbican Theatre
Cambridge
Criterion
Dominion
Donmar Warehouse
Drury Lane, Theatre Royal
Duchess
Duke of York's
Fortune
Garrick
Gielgud
Globe
Harold Pinter (Comedy)
Haymarket
Her Majesty's
London Palladium
Lyceum
Lyric, Shaftesbury Ave
Lyttelton, NT
New London
Noël Coward
Novello
Old Vic
Olivier, NT
Open Air, Regent's Park
Palace
Phoenix
Piccadilly
Playhouse
Prince Edward
Prince of Wales
Queen's
St Martin's
Savoy
Shaftesbury
Trafalgar Studios
Vaudeville
Victoria Palace
Wyndham's


Seating Trivia
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.
Upper Circle or Grand Circle is the same as Balcony in the USA, and is normally the next tier of seating above the Dress Circle. (These are normally the cheapest seats!)
In the UK, Balcony is the next tier of seating above the Upper/Grand Circle.
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