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Vaudeville Theatre, London

618 Seat Reviews

We have 618 seat reviews in the Vaudeville Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

Vaudeville Theatre Seating Plan

The Vaudeville Theatre has a capacity of 679 seats, including 335 seats in the Stalls, 188 seats in the Dress Circle and 156 seats in the Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 618 seat reviews and 271 photos of views from seat. Vaudeville Theatre Seating Plan

Good Value Seats

The Upper Circle provides excellent value for money without being too restricted. Seats at the ends of rows in the Dress Circle are also a good bet, as they are discounted due to pillar restrictions that barely affect the view.

Premium Seats

Sit in the centre Stalls for the best overall view of the stage, as rows close up suffer from a high stage. Rows D-G are often best, as well as seats in the centre of the Dress Circle, which provide head-on, clear views of the stage.

Vaudeville Theatre Info

The Vaudeville Theatre is situated on the famous Strand. Originally built in the 1870's, the theatre has been continuously redesigned and now features a straight-on auditorium rather than a horseshoe shape. The theatre is known for presenting medium scale plays, particularly comedies including Forbidden Broadway and Hand to God.

The auditorium is particularly welcoming and boasts excellent views from all levels. The shape provides head-on views of the stage and feels intimate due to the size and scale of the building. There are some restrictions from support pillars dotted around in the rears of each level.

Location and Map

The Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
  • A Woman of No Importance at the Vaudeville Theatre, London

    A Woman of No Importance

    A Woman of No Importance arrives at the Vaudeville Theatre as part of the sensational Oscar Wilde Season this October. Starring Olivier Award-winning Eve Best (A Moon for the Misbegotten and Hedda Gabler), this sharp witted drama explores the class, gender and family ties with Wilde’s classic deft charm.

    Booking from 19 Oct 2017 to 30 Dec 2017
  • Wilde Creatures at the Vaudeville Theatre, London

    Wilde Creatures

    After the runaway success of its previous show The Gruffalo, Olivier award-nominated company Tall Stories stage a collection of Oscar Wilde’s magical tales at the Vaudeville Theatre this December. Featuring a live score from the company’s incredible band of storytelling musicians Wilde Creatures features a haunting collection of Wilde’s fairy tales this winter guaranteed to charm the whole family.

    Booking from 15 Dec 2017 to 31 Dec 2017
  • Lady Windermere's Fan at the Vaudeville Theatre, London

    Lady Windermere's Fan

    Lady Windermere’s Fan arrives at the Vaudeville Theatre early next year as part of the extraordinary Oscar Wilde Season. Directed by Award-winning writer, actor and director Kathy Burke (The Quare Fellow and Once a Catholic) this amusing, fast-paced drama is resplendent with social intrigue and compelling turn of the century characters.

    Booking from 12 Jan 2018 to 07 Apr 2018

Past Shows

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The Vaudeville Theatre main entrance is situated on the Strand and the foyer can be accessed via one 5cm step up through double doors. Once inside, the Box Office is to the right. All sections of the theatre must be accessed via steps, which are highlighted with handrails in place.

Alternatively, the Stalls can be accessed via the secure AAT Major Stair Climber, which travels down 6 steps. The stair climber can accommodate wheelchairs up to 66cm (26”) wide and 89cm (35”) deep, including a footrest. The maximum weight allowed is 190kg. When in motion, the stair climber reclines on a flat surface and is extremely safe, ensuring that the wheelchair user travels upright. This venue is not suitable for motorised wheelchairs.

There are no disabled facilities available in the theatre. Patrons are able to use the Adelphi Theatre facilities, located 100 metres along the Strand.

Customer Assistance
Staff are on hand to assist with navigation throughout the theatre. Those who wish to use the AAT Major Stair Climber must arrive 45 minutes before the performance is due to begin and notify a member of staff, who will assist them. Staff will also accompany patrons to the access facilities at the Adelphi Theatre on the Strand.

Transfers are available to aisle seats in the Stalls and wheelchair spaces are in Row M. Those wishing to transfer are advised to bring a companion. An at-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.

How to Book
For those who requirespecial assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theatre of any special requirements. Discounts are available for access patrons and their companion.

For further information, ticket bookings and assistance please call: 0330 333 4815 or email: