Noel Coward Theatre, London

Seating plan

Noel Coward Theatre seating plan

Noel Coward Theatre Seating Plan

The Noel Coward Theatre has a capacity of 897 seats, including 468 seats in the Stalls, 187 seats in the Royal Circle, 131 seats in the Grand Circle and 111 seats in the Balcony. Use our interactive seating plan to view 2156 seat reviews and 1259 photos of views from seat.

Venue overview

The Noel Coward Theatre, formerly the Albery, is situated on St Martin's Lane. Built as a pair alongside Wyndham's Theatre, the venue was built by Charles Wyndham in 1903. Originally the New Theatre, the name was changed in 2006 as the West End transfer of Broadway's Avenue Q came in. Today, the theatre has a quick turnaround of top quality musicals and plays, including hit magic show Impossible, as well as new British musical Mrs Henderson Presents and a revival of Half a Sixpence.

Very grand and traditional in style, the Noel Coward Theatre is spread across four levels and seats almost 900 audience members. Views are restricted towards the ends of rows and in higher sections of the auditorium, due to the horseshoe shape of the auditorium.

Good value seats

The Upper Circle is incredibly inexpensive for the views offered! Although legroom can be quite tight, it is possible to enjoy the performance when leaning over the safety rail! Sitting in the rear of the Stalls is also an excellent option for audience members on a budget, as the whole stage is visible for a discounted price.

Premium seats

Premium seats are situated around the centre of rows F-G in the Stalls, although surrounding seats in the Stalls offer equally good views. With most of the seats in the Stalls priced similarly, aim to sit five or six rows back from the front for the best experience. Sitting towards the front of the Dress Circle is also a good option for large-scale musicals.

Recent seat reviews

Stalls D17
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ccix 82 reviews, 2 helpful votes
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Noel Coward Theatre Stalls D17 view from seat photo

Row D is the front row for this production so plenty of legroom. You do have to have to look up as the stage is high but set back. The seats are quite narrow and feel low down. Excellent revival of this play. More

Saw The Night of the Iguana The Night of the Iguana on 18 July 2019

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Stalls A18
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lisawiedemann 172, 127 reviews, 1 helpful vote
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Noel Coward Theatre Stalls A18 view from seat photo

Front Row Rush tickets - for this production, the stage was low enough that you have a fantastic view from the front row, and you are incredibly close to the action. All the leg room and comfortable seat for an amazing price! More

Saw All About Eve All About Eve on 28 February 2019

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Balcony A5
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YankInLondon 5'5", 43 reviews
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Noel Coward Theatre Balcony A5 view from seat photo

Great view of the stage in normal circumstances (staging for All About Eve used a lot of backstage space so view obscured for anyone not in the stalls). Directly behind a railing but can see over it with no problem. Legroom non-existent. More

Saw All About Eve All About Eve on 16 March 2019

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