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Fortune Theatre, London

297 Seat Reviews

We have 297 seat reviews in the Fortune Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

Fortune Theatre Seating Plan

The Fortune Theatre has a capacity of 419 seats, including 189 seats in the Stalls, 106 seats in the Dress Circle and 124 seats in the Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 297 seat reviews and 89 photos of views from seat. Fortune Theatre Seating Plan

Good Value Seats

Excellent prices can be found throughout the Fortune Theatre, with cheaper seats available in the Upper Circle and rear of the Stalls. Restricted view seats are sometimes worth a risk, but crucial action could be missed. Row L is an excellent bet for those on a strict budget.

Premium Seats

Premium seats are around the centre in Row D, from seats 11-14. These do not suffer from the rake and provide clear views of the whole stage and action.

Fortune Theatre Info

The Fortune Theatre was the first theatre to be built in London after World War I, and is situated close to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. This intimate theatre has been host to spooky thriller The Woman in Black since 1989, which is the West End’s second longest running play after The Mousetrap. The Fortune is said to be haunted, with actors commenting on ghostly spirits.

With a seating capacity of 432, the theatre is one of the smallest in the West End. Split across three sections and with a particularly high stage, views are mixed throughout the auditorium. There is no rake in the Stalls section, which can feel quite cramped.

Location and Map

Russell Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5HH
  • The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre, London

    The Woman in Black

    Stephen Mallatratt’s effectively simple stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s classic ghost story is famed for using just two actors to create the eerie atmosphere. The show tells the story of a young solicitor, Arthur Kipps, who is sent to set the affairs of recently deceased Alice Drablow in order but ends up uncovering the terrible secret of the "woman in black."

    Booking from 17 Oct 2017 to 03 Mar 2018

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
There is step-free access to the Fortune Theatre main entrance, which is located on Russell Street. The Box Office is situated on the right as you enter the theatre foyer. A drop-off section is available on Russell Street.

Each section of the theatre must be reached by stairs, which all have handrails in place. Accessible areas are in the Dress Circle and Box A. Box A can be reached via an alternative side exit on Crown Court, with 5 steps down. Wheelchair users cannot be accommodated, but transfers are available. There is no adapted toilet or customer lift in the theatre.

Customer Assistance
Staff are on hand in the foyer, should assistance be required. Seat transfers are available into Row F of the Dress Circle and it is recommended that a wheelchair user bring a companion to assist. Staff are able to store wheelchairs or scooters for the duration of the performance.

If customers speak to the Manager upon arrival, it can be arranged that drinks are brought to access patrons in the auditorium.

How to Book
For those who need special assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theatre of any special requirements. Discounted tickets are available for assisted performances.

For further information, ticket bookings and assistance please call: 0844 871 7677 (calls cost 7p/pm) or email: