Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Seating plan

Theatre Royal Haymarket seating plan

Theatre Royal Haymarket Seating Plan

The Theatre Royal Haymarket has a capacity of 889 seats, including 357 seats in the Stalls, 215 seats in the Royal Circle, 186 seats in the Upper Circle and 131 seats in the Gallery. Use our interactive seating plan to view 2477 seat reviews and 1325 photos of views from seat.

Venue overview

The Theatre Royal Haymarket was named in 1855, despite being a venue since 1720. Famous theatre manager Herbert Beerbohm Tree took over the theatre in the late 1880’s, transforming it into a successful platform for plays towards the end of the Victorian period.

The theatre has premiered Ibsen’s Ghosts and Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance, continuing to showcase traditional high-quality drama throughout the twentieth century. In recent years, seasons have been presented by prolific directors such as Trevor Nunn and Jonathan Kent.

Built in a traditional Victorian style, the theatre is one of the most impressive auditoriums, seating 893 people over four levels. Views can be varied due to the curve of the seating, which means some seats offer side-angled views. Restricted view seats are clearly labelled.

Good value seats

Sit towards the ends of rows in the Stalls and Royal Circle for some bargains, even when the balcony is curved. Restricted view seats in the Upper Circle provide great value for money, as there are limited restrictions that would hinder overall enjoyment!

Premium seats

The best seats in the house are available throughout the Stalls, more specifically in the centre seats of rows E-J. Alternatively, the front three rows of the Royal Circle have great views, even in seats towards the ends of rows. Sit as centrally as possible for the best overall view.

Recent seat reviews

Gallery G1
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bethcourtney 5"8, 76 reviews
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Theatre Royal Haymarket Gallery G1 view from seat photo

So this seat isn’t the best, it’s the back row of the theatre and rather uncomfortable as it’s a bench style seat. However, other than bits on the upper level of the set, you get a clear view of all the action, if slightly far away - although not as far... More

Saw Only Fools and Horses: The Musical Only Fools and Horses: The Musical on 08 February 2020

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Stalls A10
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bethcourtney 5"8, 76 reviews
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Theatre Royal Haymarket Stalls A10 view from seat photo

The stage is very high for this production, so I did find it a slightly uncomfortable lean, and you do miss feet and slight moments at the back, but nothing major. However, the Seat itself is comfy, with plenty of legroom, and because they break the fourth... More

Saw Only Fools and Horses: The Musical Only Fools and Horses: The Musical on 08 February 2020

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Gallery E17
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Queenie 5'2, 78 reviews, 41 helpful votes
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Theatre Royal Haymarket Gallery E17 view from seat photo

Very high up so you do feel far away from stage but do get a good clear view of all the stage. Seat is a bench which was fine but could feel uncomfortable for some people. Leg room ok. Having seen many shows in this theatre and seen only fools and horses... More

Saw Only Fools and Horses: The Musical Only Fools and Horses: The Musical on 15 February 2020

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