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Dominion Theatre, London

1101 Seat Reviews

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Dominion Theatre Seating Plan

The Dominion Theatre has a capacity of 2075 seats, including 1323 seats in the Stalls and 752 seats in the Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1101 seat reviews and 481 photos of views from seat. Dominion Theatre Seating Plan

Good Value Seats

Seats towards the rear of the Stalls or at the ends of rows in the Stalls are often a lot cheaper than anywhere else, and still offer great views of the stage. Otherwise, sitting anywhere in the Circle can give an excellent view of the stage. Due to the modernity of the theatre, sight-lines are clear from most places in the auditorium!

Premium Seats

For the most immersive experience, sit close to the stage in the centre of the Stalls. Here, you will feel entirely absorbed in the action and can engross yourself in the action! Alternatively, sit in the front of the Circle to feel completely part of the production.

Dominion Theatre Info

The Dominion Theatre is one of London's largest venues, with a seating capacity of 2,069. Constructed in the late 1920’s, the building originally operated as a cinema before undergoing several renovations which restored it to a performance space.

Queen's smash-hit musical We Will Rock You ran at the Dominion for 12 years before embarking on a tour. The theatre is now home to various large musicals, including , The Bodyguard and An American Paris.

The auditorium is split across two levels, with the Stalls being the largest section. Seating within in the Stalls and Circle are divided into separate blocks, allowing for good legroom and excellent views across the board.

Location and Map

268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ
  • An American in Paris at the Dominion Theatre, London

    An American in Paris

    Following a multi-award winning run on Broadway, An American in Paris has transfered to the Dominion Theatre in London’s West End. Featuring the timeless music of legendary composers George and Ira Gershwin, the musical charts the story of the American expatriate painter Jerry Mulligan as he vies for the attention of a French dancer, in the world’s most romantic city.

    Booking from 23 Sep 2017 to 28 Apr 2018

Past Shows

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The main entrance to the Dominion Theatre is opposite Tottenham Court Road tube station and is step-free from street to foyer, making it fully accessible for wheelchair users. There is a drop-off point adjacent to the main entrance to the theatre. Once inside, there is step-free access to bars and the Box Office counter.

There is step-free access to the Nederlander Box from Bainbridge. The Box is specifically designed for customers with wheelchairs or electric scooters. The Stalls are also accessible via platform lift.

Customer Assistance
A member of staff per performance will be dedicated to assisting those with access requirements. Customers who need assistance must make themselves known to a member of staff. Staff must be notified if the platform lift to the Stalls is required.

Transfers are available in the Stalls. Wheelchair patrons who wish to transfer to fixed seating must bring a companion. Staff are able to store wheelchairs for the duration of the performance and will retrieve them at the end or during the interval if requested. An at-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.

How to Book
For those who require assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance to ensure availability and notify staff of any special requirements. Concessionary tickets for customers with a disability are available through the Dominion Box Office and can be booked via email, telephone or in person.

For further information and assistance please call: 020 7927 0929 or email: