Her Majesty's Theatre seating plan
The Her Majesty's Theatre has a capacity of 1167 seats, including
459 seats in the Stalls, 281 seats in the Royal Circle, 324 seats in the Grand Circle and 103 seats in the Balcony. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1981 seat reviews and 845 photos of views from seat.
Her Majesty’s Theatre is one London's oldest venues. A Grade II listed building, the theatre has been refurbished many times but retains the original French Renaissance design. In 1994, the building underwent major refurbishment, which added new bathrooms and easier audience access as well as a new sound system.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera has played at Her Majesty’s Theatre since 1986, regularly selling out.
Seating within the theatre is split across four tiers, which are relatively tall and narrow and offer a variety of views. Each seating block is shallow with partial obstructions from support pillars, rails and overhanging upper levels. Many seats restrict the view of the famous chandelier, so it is worth spending money to be seated in the Stalls for the best view.
Good value seats
The theatre has a number of seats which are ‘restricted view’ due to pillars. Some of these seats however are only slightly restricted, and it is possible to sit in such a way that you have a great view of the stage at a heavily reduced price! Seats throughout the Grand Circle are generally cheaper than other tiers.
The centre of the Stalls is an excellent place to sit for those who like surprises! Equally, sitting towards the front of the Royal Circle guarantees that nothing will be missed.