Apollo Victoria Theatre, London interactive seating plan & seat reviews
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Apollo Victoria, London

1991 Seat Reviews

We have 1991 seat reviews in the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

Good Value Seats

The front row of the stalls are often sold as ‘Day Seats’, meaning they go on sale for a reduced price from 10am on the day of performance. You must arrive in person to buy them, and it is advisable to check before going to Victoria. Bear in mind that sitting so close to the stage may cause a bit of neck-ache as you look up!

Premium Seats

For a panoramic and clear view of the stage the back of the first half of the stalls has to be recommended. Here you are far enough back to absorb the wonderful set and special effects, yet still feel fully involved in the performance.

Accessible Seats

For detailed accessibility information, click a section or seat
Getting into the Venue
The Apollo Victoria main entrance is located on Wilton Road, directly opposite Victoria station. There are four steps up from street level to the main foyer. An alternative wheelchair entrance is via the Vauxhall Bridge Road entrance. A wheelchair lift provides level access to the foyer facilities and an accessible toilet. The lift also gives access to the Dress Circle. There is a maximum weight limit of 200kg, with dimensions of 29”x33”.

The Stalls and Dress Circle seating must be accessed by stairs, which have handrails in place throughout the theatre.

Customer Assistance
If requested, the Apollo Victoria provides a dedicated Access Host upon arrival, who will assist customers throughout their visit.

Customers must notify a member of staff on arrival in order to use the wheelchair accessible entrance. It is recommended that customers wishing to use wheelchair facilities should arrive 45 minutes before the performance begins.

There is an in-house wheelchair that can be reserved when booking, which staff will make available. Wheelchair users wanting to transfer to a seat must arrange this at the time of booking. Transfer seats are available throughout the Dress Circle. Staff are not able to assist with lifting during a transfer, but will store wheelchairs for the duration of the performance. For those who cannot leave their seat during the interval, staff can take orders from the bar and bring them into the auditorium.

How to Book
Those who require specific access, facilities or seating requirements must book in advance directly through the Apollo Victoria Box Office. It is important to contact the theatre prior to your visit in order to notify staff and check availability as wheelchair spaces are in high demand. Disabled patrons cannot book premium price tickets, however all other seats in the theatre are available at £35 each, for both the patron and their companion.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 020 7828 7074 or email: apollovictoriaaccess@theambassadors.com
  • Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London


    This spellbinding musical continues to delight audiences with the untold story of the witches of OZ. Outcast, Elphaba, forms an unlikely friendship with popular Galinda at sorcery school however a meeting with the Wizard of Oz will set them on very different paths.

    Booking from 28 Sep 2016 to 04 Nov 2017


The Apollo Victoria is one of the largest venues on the West End, with a capacity of 2304. It is a beautiful Art Deco building, which originally opened as a cinema in the 1930's. The building became a theatre in 1981 and has hosted prolific musicals such as the long-running Starlight Express from 1984-2002.

The theatre has housed Wicked since 2006, decorating the building to reflect the emerald green Oz.

Seating is divided over two levels of almost equal capacity. Sight-lines are good throughout the auditorium, however the rear of the Circle can feel very distant.

Location and Map

17 Wilton Road Street, London, SW1V 1LL