Leicester Square Theatre seating plan
The Leicester Square Theatre has a capacity of 366 seats, including
366 seats in the Stalls. Use our interactive seating plan to view 120 seat reviews and 75 photos of views from seat.
The Leicester Square Theatre is situated on the site of a former theatre which was destroyed in World War II. Rebuilt in 1953 as the Notre Dame Hall, the venue has been known as Cavern in the Town and The Venue, before settling as the Leicester Square Theatre in 2003.
There are two theatrical spaces in the theatre, with the Main House seating 400 and the Lounge Theatre seating 65. The Main House is one large block of seating in the Stalls. There are two support pillars restricting the view in Row P, however there are excellent views throughout the auditorium. The best views can be found in the middle of Row C to H.
Good value seats
Most shows in the venue offer one ticket price for all seats, however on the odd occasion some seats at the far sides of the auditorium and in the very back rows Q-R can be a touch cheaper. These seats, especially the side seats, still offer relatively good views of the stage.
Seats in the centre of rows C-G have excellent views of the stage and are often the same price as the majority of the seats in the theatre. These seats are optimum for viewing onstage action. Alternatively, sit in the front rows for the most immersive experience of intimate plays.