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Shaftesbury Theatre seating plan

Shaftesbury Theatre Seating Plan

The Shaftesbury Theatre has a capacity of 1403 seats, including 750 seats in the Stalls, 390 seats in the Royal Circle and 263 seats in the Grand Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 2911 seat reviews and 1827 photos of views from seat.

Good value seats

Bargains can be found towards the rear of the Royal Circle, which can feel distant from the stage but still offers an overall good view. Seats in the Grand Circle are often reduced, but try to sit centrally in seats 14-24 to avoid as much restriction as possible.

Premium seats

The best in the Shaftesbury Theatre are located in the centre of the Stalls, in rows D-H, seats 10-26. Sitting centrally allows for the best overall experience as you can see the entire stage. The front rows of the Royal Circle also offer great views, particularly in rows A-D, seats 12-24.

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Stalls P35
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harrietallum 5'2", 28 reviews
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Shaftesbury Theatre Stalls P35 view from seat photo

I found the seat comfortable and roomy. Being right on the end of the row, it does mean you miss seeing the stage right side of the stage. Don't feel like I missed any action, just some of the set. I also had to keep shifting sideways to see round the... More

Saw & Juliet & Juliet on 20 October 2021

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Royal Circle D16

manmoonballoon 5"10, 18 reviews
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Shaftesbury Theatre Royal Circle D16 view from seat photo

Comfortable seat, good leg room, overall very good view. This was however during a covid- socially distanced performance so the row Infront was empty as was the seat next to me. Rake is good. I doubt someone sitting Infront of me would have made a... More

Saw Be More Chill Be More Chill on 10 July 2021

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Grand Circle A21

pixieclau 38 reviews
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Shaftesbury Theatre Grand Circle A21 view from seat photo

The legroom is a bit limited and there’s no space under the seat to put your things so they all end up on your legs which makes it a bit uncomfortable. The handrail really covers the bottom of the stage and you need to lean in to see. I don’t think this... More

Saw & Juliet & Juliet on 08 October 2021

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