King's Cross Theatre (South Entrance) seating plan
The King's Cross Theatre (South Entrance) has a capacity of 992 seats, including
992 seats in the Stalls. Use our interactive seating plan to view 66 seat reviews and 24 photos of views from seat.
King’s Cross Theatre (South Entrance) is an extension of the temporary King’s Cross Theatre, which was purpose-built in 2014 for a transfer production of The Railway Children. Originally opening in 2016 to house a production of David Bowie and Enda Walsh's musical Lazarus, the King’s Cross Theatre (South Entrance) is a more traditional theatre than its counterpart, featuring a proscenium-style stage and a single-level auditorium facing the stage head-on.
Housed next to another temporary theatre, built for the Donmar Warehouse season, Lazarus put King’s Cross Theatre on the map, with Olivier Award-winning musical In the Heights in the theatre nearby. With a seating capacity of 994, the venue is likely to continue to host large-scale musicals and transfers. The temperature-controlled auditorium is built across one level, the Stalls, and offers varying views of the stage.
Good value seats
Those who are buying tickets on more of a budget should opt for seats towards the ends of rows, as these are often reduced in price due to the less central view of the stage. Good value seats can be found in the Middle Stalls, in rows X-Z. The view of the stage is a little distant from here, but a better option that sitting right at the rear in ZA-ZI.
Seats located in the Front Stalls, rows A-M, are classified as premium and top price, due to the proximity to the stage. An excellent view can be had from these seats, particularly in seats 7-22 as they offer the best central view of the stage. A decent rake allows for you to see past audience members in front.