Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

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Aylesbury Waterside Theatre seating plan

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Seating Plan

The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre has a capacity of 1085 seats, including 638 seats in the Stalls, 175 seats in the Circle 1 and 272 seats in the Circle 2. Use our interactive seating plan to view 65 seat reviews and 60 photos of views from seat.

Venue overview

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre was officially opened by Cilla Black in October 2010, with the council first beginning plans in 2003, with a view for it to replace the Civic Theatre that sat in the same location. Located in Aylesbury’s vibrant town centre, the theatre is currently managed by the Ambassadors Theatre Group. With an exterior design inspired by the rolling Chiltern Hills that surround the town, the building is a multi-purpose venue, equipped with cutting-edge technology, that hosts large touring musicals, tribute bands, film screenings, children’s shows and a range of other events.

The modern auditorium boasts a seating capacity of 1,200 across three levels; the Stalls, Circle 1 and Circle 2. The majority of seats are in the Stalls, with the more intimate Circle 1 located directly above, underneath the larger Circle 2. All seating sections contain Slip seats that face the stage at an angle. Aylesbury Waterside Theatre particularly suits big events, such as musicals and concerts. As it is a more contemporary regional theatre, audience comfort is paramount, and all seats have good comfort and legroom, with a range of facilities available.

Good value seats

The rear of Circle 2 offers clear views of the stage for a significantly discounted price. Although these seats are further from the stage, they are not restricted view, and can be a good buy if working to a budget. Seats at the rear of the Stalls are also a good bargain.

Premium seats

The middle of the front section of the Stalls and much of Circle 1 offer outstanding views and comfort that is perfect for large-scale productions and concerts. Sitting toward the front of all sections of the theatre will give you the most intimate experience.

Recent seat reviews

Stalls B22
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ryandawe 5"8, 353 reviews
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Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Stalls B22 view from seat photo

Overall a really good seat, as you're close to the stage then the height of it is at a good level you shouldn't be particularly blocked by people in front. However ot is a side view and I found my neck aching as you're facing front on but looking to the... More

Saw Six Six on 11 February 2020

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Stalls D15
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leicester-mark 5"9, 74 reviews, 3 helpful votes
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Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Stalls D15 view from seat photo

For a production that uses an orchestra pit this makes row D front row. The leg room was a bit tight due to a barrier. I didn’t find that too uncomfortable though. The view was fantastic. Central view. Very close to it all. Seat itself very comfortable.... More

Saw Nativity! The Musical Nativity! The Musical on 07 November 2019

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Stalls V22

dionnewakely 3 reviews
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Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Stalls V22 view from seat photo

Fantastic comfortable seats. Plenty of legroom. Significantly lower price than just a few rows in front. Only gave 4 stars for view just because of the distance from stage but the view is absolutely fine if you don’t mind sitting towards the rear of... More

Saw Madagascar The Musical Madagascar The Musical on 19 September 2019

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