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Ambassadors Theatre, London

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242 Seat Reviews

We have 242 seat reviews in the Ambassadors Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

Ambassadors Theatre Seating Plan

The Ambassadors Theatre has a capacity of 392 seats, including 233 seats in the Stalls and 159 seats in the Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 242 seat reviews and 519 photos of views from seat. Ambassadors Theatre Seating Plan

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

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.

Ambassadors Theatre Info

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.

Location and Map

West Street, London, WC2H 9ND
  • Stomp at the Ambassadors Theatre, London


    Stomp is now one of the longest running shows in the West End and is 1hr and 40 minutes of rip roaring fun! The show uses “found” objects such as bins, sticks, pipes etc. to create innovative sound and street inspired movement.

    Booking from 19 Oct 2017 to 15 Apr 2018
  • Othello at the Ambassadors Theatre, London


    An electrifying new collaboration National Youth Theatre is set to surge new life into Frantic Assembly’s award winning production of Othello. NYT 2017 REP Company tackle Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, exploring paranoia, jealousy and murder at The Ambassadors Theatre.

    Booking from 19 Oct 2017 to 08 Dec 2017
  • Jekyll and Hyde at the Ambassadors Theatre, London

    Jekyll and Hyde

    Evan Placey (Consensual for the 2015 NYT REP, Girls Like That) continues her exciting work with the NYT to adapt Robert Louis Stevenson twisted tale Jekyll and Hyde. This groundbreaking female-led production explores classic gender roles through the thrilling lense of Stevenson’s dark, period piece.

    Booking from 19 Oct 2017 to 06 Dec 2017
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar at the Ambassadors Theatre, London

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar crawls its way back to the West End this Christmas for an exciting seasonal run at the Ambassadors Theatre. Based on the wildly popular series of books by author/illustrator Eric Carle, this captivating story is brought to life in Jonathan Rockefeller’s critically acclaimed family show this December.

    Booking from 13 Dec 2017 to 07 Jan 2018

Past Shows

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The Ambassadors Theatre is situated next to the St Martin’s Theatre. There is one small step down to the theatre foyer from street level.

All sections of the theatre must be accessed via stairs, which have handrails and highlighted steps. There are no customer lifts available.

Customer Assistance
Customers must notify a member of staff upon arrival, should they require assistance.

Due to spatial restrictions, the Ambassadors Theatre cannot accommodate wheelchair users who wish to remain in their seats. Wheelchair transfers are available to any seats with armrests or in the aisle. Staff are available for assistance, however it is mandatory that a companion is brought, as staff are not permitted to assist with transfers. Wheelchairs can be stored in the foyer during performances.

There is an at-seat service for those who are unable to access the bars. Staff must be notified prior to the show commencing.

How to Book
Those who require specific access or seating requirements must book directly through the Ambassadors Box Office. It is important to contact the theatre prior to your visit in order to notify staff and check availability. There is an access discount which brings any ticket down to £25 for both the patron and their companion.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 020 7395 5405 or email: