Cambridge Theatre seating plan
The Cambridge Theatre has a capacity of 1237 seats, including
498 seats in the Stalls, 295 seats in the Dress Circle and 444 seats in the Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1985 seat reviews and 1140 photos of views from seat.
The Cambridge Theatre is one of the youngest West End venues, situated in the heart of Seven Dials. A smash-hit revival of popular musical Chicago put the Really Useful Group Theatre, later renamed LW Theatres, on the map, with the venue now hosting the long-running Matilda.
An Art Deco ceiling frames the proscenium and can be overshadow the view for some for audience members in the Upper Circle. The auditorium is split across three levels, with no support pillars or obstructive rails to restrict the views. With plush seating and carpeting, the Cambridge Theatre is one of the most comfortable in the West End.
Good value seats
The Upper Circle provides excellent views of the stage, and the front section does not feel as distant from the stage as in other theatres. Aim to sit in the second or third row, as close to the centre as possible for the clearest views. These seats are often discounted to £5 for theatregoers under 25!
Sitting in row B or C of the Dress Circle provides excellent views of both the show and the beautiful theatre itself. Sit in the Stalls for an immersive experience!