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Ambassadors Theatre seating plan

Ambassadors Theatre Seating Plan

The Ambassadors Theatre has a capacity of 410 seats, including 247 seats in the Stalls and 163 seats in the Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1020 seat reviews and 967 photos of views from seat.

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.

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Stalls P3

rhiev 5' 6", 222 reviews, 14 helpful votes
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Ambassadors Theatre Stalls P3 view from seat photo

The seat is beneath the overhang so the top of the stage is out of view. Depending on the show/set this may be an issue. Leg room is short and you will need to stand up to let others pass you to get to seats further along the row. The seat is very close... More

Saw The Shark Is Broken The Shark Is Broken on 16 October 2021

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Circle C3

b7d7 5 reviews
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Ambassadors Theatre Circle C3 view from seat photo

Seat cushion itself is soft and ok, however legroom is brutal as the curvature of the seat in front impedes your space so that the hard wood of the un-padded top edge of the seat in front, is jammed right into your knee. A genuinely painful experience!... More

Saw The Shark Is Broken The Shark Is Broken on 15 October 2021

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Circle D17
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rachelgreene 129 reviews, 1 helpful vote
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Ambassadors Theatre Circle D17 view from seat photo

The seat is comfortable but the leg room is minimal - at 5’ 3” I found it bearable but restricting. Row D in the circle feels much nearer than suggests & the view is excellent due to the overhang which starts in stalls Row M. More

Saw Kunene and the King Kunene and the King on 07 March 2020

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