Prince of Wales Theatre seating plan
The Prince of Wales Theatre has a capacity of 1132 seats, including
679 seats in the Stalls and 453 seats in the Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1989 seat reviews and 854 photos of views from seat.
The Prince of Wales Theatre has existed in the heart of Piccadilly Circus since 1884, and was formerly known as The Princes Theatre. The current building opened in 1937 with a brand new Art Deco style. Owned by Delfont Mackintosh, the theatre houses the Delfont Room which stages concerts and performances throughout the year. Traditionally home to musical comedies, past productions have included Funny Girl and Sweet Charity and the theatre has been home to The Book of Mormon since 2013.
A unique West End theatre, the auditorium holds over 1,160 people on only two intimate levels. The expansive Stalls wrap around the stage, with a wide Circle overhang above. The theatre does feel particularly wide, and there is a varying degree of view quality from all seats.
Good value seats
Cheaper seats are available towards the rear of both sections and in seats towards the ends of rows. These are not necessarily restricted, but do mean that you will get a side view of the stage which may cut off very minimal parts of the action. Alternatively, enter the online weekly BOM Lottery for the chance to win two £20 tickets to Row A of the Stalls!
Sit in the middle of the Stalls for the best overall view of the stage, or in the front of the Circle for a great panoramic view of the stage. Because of the great view, premium seats are usually quite expensive - but it's worth it!