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The Orchestra is the Majestic Theatre’s largest section and sits closest to the stage. It contains 885 seats in total and at its widest the section measures 42 seats across. The Center Orchestra is flanked by Left and Right sections which split into front and rear halves. Boxes are available to the sides of the Left and Right Orchestra.
Designated wheelchair accessible seating is step-free towards the front Left and Right Orchestra with companion seating to the side, in front or behind. Patrons requiring accessible transfer seating will find nine seats with folding armrests at various points across the Orchestra, although those beyond row I are not step-free.
Seats towards the front of the Center Orchestra are optimal, with clear views and a gentle rake to remove obstructions. Seating between rows B and H in particular are great options.
The Orchestra’s stadium-style inclined seating means there should be minimal obstruction from patrons sitting in front. The Front Mezzanine overhangs from Orchestra row H, so seats behind this may find some action and set pieces at the top of the stage cut off.
Left OrchestraThe Left Orchestra has 24 rows of odd-numbered seating increasing from 1 on the inside to 27 on the outside. Rows are shortest at the front (eight seats) and widest towards the back (14 seats). There is an aisle in place of rows I and J, so any patrons looking for extra legroom and a slightly higher rake should consider row K. Further good legroom can be found in the front row, towards the end of row Q, and on corner seats. Seat prices tend to decrease as they move further to the side or back, reflecting the potential obstruction from the Front Mezzanine overhang at row H or extreme angles at the end of rows.
For a more intimate seating experience and a side-on view, there are Boxes to the side of this section.
Right OrchestraLike the Left Orchestra, this section contains 24 rows, with even-numbered seating from 2 to 28 increasing inside to outside. As seats mirror the Left Orchestra, patrons in row K can again benefit from plenty of legroom, with other attractive options on the outside of row Q. Be aware that the corners of rows may have extra legroom but a more obstructed view at the side of the stage. Expect to find cheaper tickets to the back and sides of this section to account for possible obstructions from the Front Mezzanine overhang and end-of-row angles.
Box seating is also available to the side of the Right Orchestra. Be aware that these offer a side-angled view.
Center OrchestraThe Center Orchestra features some of the best seats in the house, with prices most expensive across rows B through M. Containing 26 rows averaging 14 seats across, this is a continuous section with aisles either side. Numbering is higher in this section, from 101 to 114 left to right. Better legroom is only available on the front row and aisle seats, although unlike the Left and Right Orchestra these face head-on to the stage. The Front Mezzanine overhangs at row H, potentially cutting off action at the top of the stage, although inclined seating ensures patrons in front of you won’t block the view.
SeatPlan’s best views of the stageOrchestra Center rows B through H provide a great experience for those who want to be close to the stage without sightlines being obstructed by angles or the Mezzanine overhang.
Best legroom seatsLeft and Right Orchestra row K benefits from an aisle in front for extra legroom. Seats next to the aisle, the far ends of row Q, and those at the front also provide above average legroom.
Tips• Front Mezzanine overhang begins at row H
• Step-free wheelchair and companion seats are available across rows B through D
• Seats towards the sides may have a more obstructed view
• Row K Left and Right benefits from extra legroom in front
• Rows B to H Center offer the best seats in the house
PricingCenter Orchestra rows B through M are the most expensive seats, with pricing decreasing as rows spread to the sides and back of the Orchestra. The cheapest seats can be found at the rear extreme corners.
Concessions selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available on this level.
The closest restrooms are on Orchestra level, including a wheelchair accessible restroom with grab bars. Other restrooms are up 42 steps towards the Mezzanine.