Piccadilly Theatre seating plan
The Piccadilly Theatre has a capacity of 1164 seats, including
520 seats in the Stalls, 308 seats in the Royal Circle and 336 seats in the Grand Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 2006 seat reviews and 887 photos of views from seat.
The Piccadilly Theatre opened in 1928 in the heart of the West End, and is renowned for hosting some of London's most famous musicals. Long-running shows have included Grease and Ghost the Musical, with Jersey Boys transferring to the venue from the Prince Edward Theatre in 2014 and departing in 2016.
Built in a traditional style, the theatre is large and is split across three levels. The majority of the seats are within the Stalls, which is one large block of seating without a central aisle. Overall sight-lines are moderate, with restricted view seats clearly labelled in the higher tiers.
Good value seats
Bargains can be found in the front and rear rows of every section. Sitting in row E of the Royal Circle is just one row behind premium seats, offering the same clear view at a fraction of the price! Also, seats towards the rear of the Stalls are discounted, but still offer an exceptional view of the stage.
The best seats are located in the throughout the Stalls, due to the excellent rake in the seating. Sit in the middle and centre for the best overall view of the entire stage, specifically in rows G-H. Alternatively, sit in the front three rows of the Royal Circle for a great view of the entire stage.