Ambassadors Theatre seating plan
The Ambassadors Theatre has a capacity of 402 seats, including
243 seats in the Stalls and 159 seats in the Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 314 seat reviews and 387 photos of views from seat.
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 and long-time host of Stomp since 2007.
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.
Good value seats
The best bargains can be found in the last four rows of the Circle from H to L. These seats are often heavily discounted but still have a great view and good legroom.
Premium seats are in the front two rows of the Circle, but you can get an equally great view in the Stalls. Try to sit centrally between seats 6-12 in rows D-G.