Bridge Theatre Capacity
The Bridge Theatre has three levels of seating - Stalls, Gallery 1 and Gallery 2 - which are arranged on three sides to accommodate a thrust stage, end-on stage or promenade (immersive) performance. The auditorium has some flexible seating areas that can change to suit the needs of the production. Some productions will offer standing room in the ground-level Pit, or additional Stalls and Gallery seating behind the stage.
The Bridge Theatre is a contemporary venue with excellent sightlines. Don’t be concerned about sitting in side-view seats; every production is designed to ensure audiences sitting on all three sides have a great view.
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Good value seats
Choose side-view or high seats for the best value tickets at the Bridge Theatre. Gallery 2 is a little distant, but you will not miss anything significant on stage. In the Stalls, the front side rows (seats 2-5 and 61-64) are some of the cheapest in the auditorium and guarantee a very intimate view on a budget.
Rows E-G in the middle of the Stalls are some of the best seats at the Bridge Theatre. They face head-on and are well elevated above the rows in front, so you won’t miss a moment of the action on stage. In Gallery 1, seats in the central rows and slightly along the middle curve are very desirable, with the best overhead views of the stage.