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Richmond Theatre Seating Plan

The Richmond Theatre has a capacity of 807 seats. Section capacities are 409 Stalls , 198 Dress Circle and 200 Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 153 seat reviews and 138 photos of views from seat.

Good value seats

Most of the seats at Richmond Theatre provide good, clear views of the stage, with bargains to be found in the mid-rear of the Dress Circle and the rear of the Stalls if you are not concerned with the Dress Circle overhang. Some events are priced the same regardless of the location of the seats, and the price range is often not very wide due to the theatre’s intimate size.

Premium seats

Seats in the middle of rows D-G of the Stalls and rows A-C of the Dress Circle give audiences the best, most close-up views of the stage. Rows B-E of the Upper Circle also provide excellent views though have less legroom.

Recent audience views

Upper Circle A12

catherine9 5'9", 26 reviews
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Richmond Theatre Upper Circle A12 view from seat photo

Good value for a restricted view seat. The restriction is a safety rail and another bar in front of that, which does obscure the front part of the stage, but if you lean forward a little bit you can see most of this area. You don't have to lean that far,... More

Saw Animal Farm Animal Farm on 11 May 2022

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Dress Circle F12

mattlanyon 6", 242 reviews, 5 helpful votes
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Richmond Theatre Dress Circle F12 view from seat photo

This is a great seat in the Dress Circle. Legroom is a tad snug, but you have the aisle so can stretch if needed. The View is good, but a tall person in front may hinder you slightly. Would definitely sit here again. More

Saw Cluedo Cluedo on 12 March 2022

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Upper Circle A6
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carldarling 5' 10", 60 reviews, 1 helpful vote
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Richmond Theatre Upper Circle A6 view from seat photo

As noted in previous the safety rail is in the middle of any cast member when centrally positioned on stage. No means of moving yourself to much either due to the location of the wall in front or inconveniencing others behind you. More

Saw The Dresser The Dresser on 26 October 2021

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