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 1885 seat reviews and 984 photos of views from seat.
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.
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!
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.