London Palladium seating plan
The London Palladium has a capacity of 2225 seats, including
974 seats in the Stalls, 597 seats in the Royal Circle and 654 seats in the Grand Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1168 seat reviews and 511 photos of views from seat.
The London Palladium first opened in 1910 and is one of London’s most famous performance venues. The theatre boasts beautiful period architecture and was refurbished to make it entirely accessible for all audience members.
Owned by Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group, the London Palladium sees a variety of musicals and one-off concerts performed on its vast stage, with Lloyd Webber's smash-hit musical Cats regularly returning. Notable productions have included Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Fiddler on the Roof, The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz.
Split across three large seating sections, the theatre offers excellent views due to the wide stage and steep rakes. There are no pillars or restrictive bars, and the overhang from upper tiers is limited.
Good value seats
Seating in the front rows of the Stalls is often reduced due to the height of the stage, which can be a great way to see a beloved production! Alternatively, sitting in the front row of the Upper Circle is great value for money if you don't mind a bit of leaning! Seats labelled restricted view in the London Palladium are usually good value for money, as there are limited restrictions!
The front of the Dress Circle is the best option for large-scale musicals, as the high, vast stage ensures that nothing will be missed. Premium seats are located in the front and centre, as there is no restrictive safety rail. Alternatively, sitting in the middle of the Stalls offers a great overall view, although some footwork may be missed!