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Lyric Theatre seating plan

Lyric Theatre Seating Plan

The Lyric Theatre has a capacity of 1058 seats, including 475 seats in the Stalls, 177 seats in the Dress Circle, 178 seats in the Grand Circle and 228 seats in the Balcony. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1375 seat reviews and 781 photos of views from seat.

Good value seats

Due to the shape of the auditorium and the number of pillars in the Lyric Theatre there are several restricted view seats at lower cost, which could be good for those looking to view the show on a budget - especially if they have seen the show before. Seats surrounding premium seats in the Stalls offer a very similar view for around £20 less!

Premium seats

Premium seats are located in the centre of the Stalls in rows F-J. These seats have the best view overall view of the stage, which is reflected in ticket pricing. Alternatively, seats in the front and centre of the Dress Circle can offer a great view!

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Stalls A10

Angelstorm 5'5, 13 reviews
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Lyric Theatre Stalls A10 view from seat photo

Please be aware that for this show, the seat is pretty much front row centre but there is no gap between the front row and the stage and the cast spend much of their time right at the foot of the stage so you're looking up at them for about 90% of the... More

Saw Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical on 22 October 2021

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Stalls A13

LewisV1403 5”10, 45 reviews
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Lyric Theatre Stalls A13 view from seat photo

Right at the front, perfect for Six but for other shows you might not want to be as close, or have to look up for a long time if it’s a longer show. Definitely worth buying if below top price though. More

Saw Six the Musical Six the Musical on 22 May 2021

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Balcony G14
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carldarling 5' 10", 54 reviews, 1 helpful vote
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Lyric Theatre Balcony G14 view from seat photo

A steep rake gives a great view of the stage. However the overhang does detract from some of the visuals in Get Up Stand Up & you do need to lean forward slightly when the cast move beyond the proscenium arch onto an intentional path More

Saw Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical on 08 October 2021

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