Noel Coward Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

Noel Coward Theatre seat prices Half a Sixpence
Situated on St Martin’s Lane, the Noel Coward Theatre is named after one of Britain’s most prolific playwrights, and was formerly known as the Albery Theatre. Designed by W.G.R. Sprague and built by Charles Wyndham in 1899, the theatre is a pair with Wyndham’s Theatre, decorated in a lavish Rococo style. With a moderate seating capacity of 872, the Noel Coward Theatre has become synonymous with hosting short-running musicals. Split across four levels, including the Stalls, Royal Circle, Grand Circle and Balcony, the views in the venue are predominantly clear and good. Some bargain seats can be found toward the rear of each seating section and across the Grand Circle. There are no real restrictions to the seating in this theatre, aside from side view seats in the Grand Circle and Balcony, where the view is reflected in the price of the ticket. It’s worth thoroughly checking out the seating plan before purchasing tickets! Check out price chart below, which gives a detailed look at the type of view you will get for the ticket you buy.
Ticket Price Stalls Royal Circle Grand Circle Balcony
£125.00 (Premium 1) Premium seats are located in 10-20 of Row F and 9-21 of Row G. These seats are the best in the theatre, with no restrictions and a completely clear, close-up view of the stage.   Top price premiums can be found in seats 8-24 of Row A. From these seats, the view is completely clear with no obstructions. It may be preferable to sit here for large-scale musicals.   Not available. Not available.
£97.50 (Premium 2) Seats 7-22 of rows H-J fall under this price, as they offer exceptional views of the stage without any restrictions. It can be worth purchasing these over other premiums, as the view is similar.   Seats 8-22 of rows B-C are in this price range, as they offer a central, panoramic view of the entire stage, without any restrictions. It may be preferable to sit here for musicals. Not available. Not available.
£77.50-£72.50 The majority of the Stalls are this price, as views throughout are exceptional. A decent rake ensures you can see past those in front, whilst a high stage ensures you won’t miss a detail.   Most of the Royal Circle is this price, as views are unrestricted and offer a panoramic view of the stage without any restrictions. A decent rake allows you to see past those in front.   Not available. Not available.
£47.50 Rows S-V fall under this price bracket, as the Royal Circle overhangs and cuts off the top of the stage. Seats U11 and V8 are restricted view as they are obstructed by the sound desk. Due to the steep rake in the Stalls, these can be good bargain seats. Row C is also this price as you are required to look up at the high stage.   Minimal seats in the Royal Circle are this price. Two seats either end of rows A-B are restricted view as they face the stage side on, therefore you will need to lean forward to see the stage. Boxes C and D are also this price, facing the stage side on. Rows A-D of the Grand Circle are this price, as they are distant from the stage but still offer excellent views without restrictions. Avoid Row A, which is restricted due to the safety barrier and may require you to lean forward to see the stage. Not available.
£25.00 Not available. Not available. Rows E-F fall under this price bracket. They are not restricted view and a decent rake allows you to see past those in front. Detail could be missed from these seats as the stage feels far away. Most of the Balcony is his price as the stage feels very far away and you miss a lot of detail. Seats at the ends of rows and in Row A are all restricted view, due to a safety rail.  
£12.50 Not available. Not available. Slip Seats in Row AA are this price, due to a stark side view and safety rail that requires you to lean forward to see the stage.   Balcony Slips in Row AA are this price, as they are severely restricted bench seats that require you to lean forward to see the stage.  
Day Seats (£20.00) Queue up at the Box Office to receive seats in Row C and D of the Stalls. There is a restricted view due to the height of the stage.