Milton Keynes Theatre

Seating plan

Milton Keynes Theatre seating plan

Milton Keynes Theatre Seating Plan

The Milton Keynes Theatre has a capacity of 1438 seats, including 575 seats in the Stalls, 539 seats in the Circle and 324 seats in the Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 480 seat reviews and 385 photos of views from seat.

Venue overview

Located in the heart of the city, Milton Keynes Theatre is a contemporary venue that first opened on October 4th 1999, following a 25 year campaign to be built. Managed by ATG, the expansive theatre and entertainment centre has a fully retracting ceiling, customer lifts, bars and facilities, with a seating capacity of over 1,400. As well as hosting top touring productions from across the UK, Milton Keynes Theatre is home to a successful Youth Theatre that regularly performs on the vast stage.

With large West End musicals such as Sister Act, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Dirty Dancing coming to the stage, the venue boasts a modern auditorium that comfortably seats an equally large audience. Built across three levels, seating is split between the Stalls, Circle and Upper Circle, with Slips located just behind the Upper Circle. The Stalls and Circle are the largest sections of the theatre, with over 500 seats in both sections. The Upper Circle is more intimate, with just under 300 seats and further seats in the Slips. Due to the modernity of the venue, seats are comfortable and padded, with exceptional views and roomy legroom guaranteed throughout.

Good value seats

Seats throughout Milton Keynes Theatre offer good views, but bargains can be found towards the ends of rows and towards the rear of each seating section. These seats are usually cheaper but still offer a good view. Sitting in the rear of the Circle offers excellent views for a discounted price.

Premium seats

Seats in the mid-front sections of the Stalls and Circle offer the best overall views in the theatre. Seats in the Stalls have better legroom, therefore rows in the middle of this section can be excellent value for money. Sitting in the front of the higher tiers is best for large-scale productions.

Recent seat reviews

Upper Circle F12
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cherylwatson 5”2, 38 reviews, 1 helpful vote
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Milton Keynes Theatre Upper Circle F12 view from seat photo

Even my 7 year old who sat next to me could see all of the stage , seats are well ranked and I was perfectly comfortable Leg room was reasonable (but I am only 5”2 ) Still there was room to but my shopping bag as well Considering the price the seats... More

Saw The King and I The King and I on 29 February 2020

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Stalls AA5
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Charmainf 5ft 4", 211 reviews, 12 helpful votes
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Milton Keynes Theatre Stalls AA5 view from seat photo

Whilst this seat is front row for this production, you do have to look up. My view was slightly obscured by a light on the stage almost in front of me (a couple of seats either side of me may not have had the same problem) I also could not see some performers... More

Saw Once Once on 20 February 2020

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Stalls C20

danid 169cm, 1 reviews
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Milton Keynes Theatre Stalls C20 view from seat photo

A squeezed in extra row of seats. Close to stage but seats not staggered or tiered so need to move head a lot. This seat was reduced price due to restricted view so I was happy with the view for the price paid. I would sit here again but not for something... More

Saw Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes on 30 January 2020

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