About the Ambassadors Theatre
The Ambassadors Theatre is one of the West End's smallest theatres, with a capacity of 446 across two levels. It was built alongside its sister theatre, St. Martin's, by architect W.G.R. Sprague, and is primarily the host of small-scale plays as well as the long-time host of Stomp from 2007-2018.
Due to the intimacy of the auditorium, even the back row of the Circle offers a great view. The Circle overhang encroaches on the Stalls, meaning the back rows of the Stalls are restricted view.