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Good Value Seats

The best seats on a budget can be found in selected seats towards the rear of the Stalls, where seats are usually discounted because of the many support pillars and Dress Circle overhang. Otherwise, buy a Grand Circle ticket and hope for an upgrade!

Premium Seats

Sit between Row D and J in the Stalls for an excellent, unrestricted view of the stage. Alternatively, the Dress Circle offers incredibly clear and detailed views, without feeling far away from the stage. These seats have brilliant views of the stage, which is reflected in the price of tickets.

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The Garrick Theatre main entrance is located on Charing Cross Road and is accessible via 2 steps up from street level, with handrails. The foyer is accessible through double doors. A drop-off point is available outside the main entrance.

There is step-free access available via an alternative entrance, which is to the left of the main entrance. A portable ramp can be placed over 2 steps up to this entrance. An Usher will accompany patrons who wish to use this entrance, which leads directly to accessible Row E in the Dress Circle.

All sections of the theatre must be reached by stairs as there is no customer lift.

Customer Assistance
Patrons who wish to use the alternative entrance should report to staff at the main entrance on arrival and should arrive 30 minutes before the performance is due to begin. It is recommended that wheelchair users bring a companion.

Transfers are available and staff are able to assist with transferring patrons. Wheelchairs can be stored for the duration of the performance. An at-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.

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. Wheelchair users and their companions are eligible for significant discounts with access rates.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 020 7836 5537 or email: access@nimaxtheatres.co.uk
  • This House at the Garrick Theatre, London

    This House

    James Graham (The Vote) and Jeremy Herrin (People, Places and Things) team up to bring back pertinent political drama This House. First opening at the National Theatre in 2012, the play enjoyed wide critical acclaim and was rumoured to transfer to London’s West End. Delving into the very depth of Parliamentary feuds in 1974, this startlingly relevant production is has finally transferred to the Garrick Theatre.

    Booking from 24 Feb 2017 to 25 Feb 2017
  • Young Frankenstein at the Garrick Theatre, London

    Young Frankenstein

    Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein musical comes to the West End, with the comedy genius bringing his hilarious reworking of the classic tale back to the stage once more, with performances beginning at the Garrick Theatre in September 2017.

    Booking from 28 Sep 2017 to 10 Feb 2018
  • Horrible Histories - More Best of Barmy Britain at the Garrick Theatre, London

    Horrible Histories - More Best of Barmy Britain

    One of the biggest West End children’s shows in recent years, Horrible Histories returns to the Garrick Theatre this summer for another run of their smash hits, More Best of Barmy Britain, taking to the stage between 4th August and 2nd September 2017.

    Booking from 04 Aug 2017 to 02 Sep 2017
  • Gangsta Granny at the Garrick Theatre, London

    Gangsta Granny

    The hugely successful theatre adaptation of David Walliams’ children’s book Gangsta Granny is set to arrive in the West End in 2017 following a hugely successful UK tour.

    Booking from 26 Jul 2017 to 03 Sep 2017
  • Tape Face at the Garrick Theatre, London

    Tape Face

    The critically acclaimed Tape Face arrives at the Garrick Theatre in summer 2017 with his distinctive mix of mime and comedy making for a hilarious and moving performance.

    Booking from 06 Jun 2017 to 23 Jul 2017
  • The Miser at the Garrick Theatre, London

    The Miser

    Much loved comedy actor Griff Rhys-Jones returns to the London West End stage in the new adaptation of The Miser by Sean Foley and Phil Porter. Set to open in March 2017 at the Garrick Theatre, this revival of the classic Moliere comedy will mark Griff Rhys-Jones’ return to the West End stage after five years.

    Booking from 01 Mar 2017 to 03 Jun 2017

Past Shows

Overview

The Garrick Theatre first opened in 1889 and was financed by W.S Gilbert. Named after prolific Shakespearean actor David Garrick, the theatre was the first in the West End to be named after an actor. Decorated in an Italian Renaissance style, the stage is marked by decorative pillars. The Garrick Theatre regularly houses successful one-off plays, most recently hosting the year-long residency of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company, which included productions such as , Romeo and Juliet and The Entertainer. In the past, the theatre has hosted musicals such as Rock of Ages and Chicago.

Since renovations, you are able to hear the rattle of the underground during productions. Seating at the Garrick Theatre is notoriously tricky, with support pillars and circle overhangs restricting the view for many seats. The Stalls and Dress Circle offer the best views.

Location and Map

Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH