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Aldwych Theatre, London

957 Seat Reviews

We have 957 seat reviews in the Aldwych Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

Aldwych Theatre Seating Plan

The Aldwych Theatre has a capacity of 1170 seats, including 552 seats in the Stalls, 335 seats in the Dress Circle and 283 seats in the Grand Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 957 seat reviews and 504 photos of views from seat. Aldwych Theatre Seating Plan

Good Value Seats

Seats 1-6 and 28-33 in Row A of the Dress Circle are often discounted as they follow the curve of the balcony and face the stage side-on. They are the least affected seats in the price reduction, so if you don’t mind having a slightly rounded view of the stage these seats may be a bargain.

Premium Seats

The best views of the stage come from the front Stalls section, around Row B and C. Aim to sit as centrally as possible, although aisle seats fall within the proscenium and can be just as good.

Aldwych Theatre Info

The Aldwych Theatre dates back to 1905, and was originally designed as a twin theatre to the Novello, bookending the famous Aldwych. Today, the theatre has been home to many successful musicals and plays, with the hit Carole King musical Beautiful currently entertaining audiences in the large theatre.

Built in a similar style to the Novello, the Aldwych is traditionally Georgian. Split over three levels, the lower Stalls are underground whilst the Dress Circle is at street level. The theatre is tall and narrow, with good views throughout the auditorium.

Location and Map

49 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DF
  • Tina: The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre, London

    Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

    Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia!) directs a brand new, dazzling jukebox musical Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, based on the tumultuous life of world superstar Tina Turner. Featuring a back catalogue of her greatest songs, including “Proud Mary” and “River Deep Mountain High”, the sparkling new production is written by Olivier Award-winner Katori Hall.

    Booking from 21 Mar 2018 to 16 Jun 2018

Past Shows

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The Aldwych Theatre main entrance is located on Aldwych and leads directly to the foyer and Box Office. There are 5 steps up to this entrance, with handrails. An alternative entrance is situated on Drury Lane and leads into the theatre foyer with level access to the front of the Dress Circle. There is a drop-off point adjacent to the accessible entrance.

All sections of the theatre must be reached by stairs, aside from the front of the Dress Circle. There is no customer lift available. There are spaces to sit in the bars on each level.

Customer Assistance
Theatre doors are constantly manned, should assistance be required. If a wheelchair user requests to use the accessible entrance, their companion must notify a member of staff, who will then open the doors for them.

It is recommended that wheelchair users should bring a companion, however staff are on hand to help with navigation and at seat service if requested. Transfer seats are available, however staff will not assist in transferring a wheelchair user to a seat.

How to Book
You must call the Aldwych theatre access line to book specialised wheelchair spaces. Wheelchair users and their companions will receive 50% off their ticket price.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 020 7836 5537 or email: or