Helping you find the best seats at the theatre
When buying theatre tickets, it's very hard to tell which seats are good or bad. SeatPlan was born to collate audience members' seat reviews in a clear, easy-to-use format. Here, you’ll find detailed interactive seating guides for major theatres across the UK. With ticket prices skyrocketing, we hope it helps you choose seats that represent the best value for money.
If you have any feedback or suggestions on how to improve our service, please do let us know! You can contact our team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SeatPlan is a registered member of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) and fully compliant with their code of practice for selling tickets online.
Ben founded SeatPlan and wants everyone to check SeatPlan before booking seats to make sure they buy the best ones.
Susannah (Content & Customer Services Manager)
Susannah looks after all of SeatPlan's content and social media, and handles any customer queries. If you're ever participating in a pub quiz and there's a theatre round, she's the best person to have on your team!
Shaun (Digital Marketing Executive)
Shaun analyses the way everyone uses the website to find improvements and gets more people using it via marketing.
When he isn't climbing, Adrian develops our front end website ensuring that users have a great experience.
Mikael develops the SeatPlan back end and makes sure that the site is working correctly.
At SeatPlan, we're dedicated to providing accurate seating information to help users book the best possible seats. We also show our support to organisations who are also making valuable contributions to the theatre industry.
The Theatres Trust are the national advisory public body for theatres. They champion the past, present and future of live theatre, by protecting the buildings and what goes on inside.
Disability Rights UK want a society where everyone can participate equally. We believe their mission will have a huge impact on the theatre industry, ensuring that theatres become increasingly accessible places for theatre goers.
Tourism for All is the UK Voice for Accessible Tourism. They are a national charity dedicated to making tourism welcoming to all.