Duke of York's Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

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One of the West End’s smaller playhouses, the Duke of York’s Theatre originally opened in 1892 as the Trafalgar Square Theatre. Since this time, the theatre has undergone many refurbishments, but retains its original lavish red and gold interior. The theatre has a quick turnover throughout the year, hosting a variety of short-running plays and small-scale musicals. With a moderate seating capacity of 640, the theatre is built across three levels; the Stalls, Royal Circle and Upper Circle, all of which offer a variety of views. The stage is high and there are a number of support pillars in place, therefore it is best to thoroughly research before booking in order to avoid any possible restrictions. However due to the intimacy of the theatre, most of the views are very good and some bargain seats can be found! Check out our pricing chart below, which details the type of view you will receive for the price! Please note that prices vary depending on the day of the week, peak performances, matinees and the show playing at the theatre. Also note that rows AA-BB may be taken out, depending on the show.
Ticket Price Stalls Royal Circle Upper Circle
£85.00-£70.00 (Premium Seats) Seats in the centre of rows E-G are premium priced, as they are central to the stage and offer a panoramic view without any restriction. Due to the height of the stage, these seats are placed far enough away to not miss anything but to still see every detail. A decent rake ensures you will see past those in front. Legroom and comfort is also good in these seats.   Premium seats are located at the front of the Royal Circle, in seats 5-14 of Row A and 7-16 of Row B. These seats are central to the stage and have no restrictions, offering a great panoramic, but also detailed, view of the stage. It is preferable to sit in these seats rather than similarly priced seats in the Stalls. Not available.
£65.00-£50.00 The majority of the Stalls falls under this price category, due to the intimacy of the theatre ensuring good views across the board. A good rake ensures you will see past those in front. Sit as centrally as possible, as seats at the ends of the row are restricted by falling outside of the proscenium arch.   Seats in the Royal Circle are predominantly this price, due to offering great overall views of the stage. Due to a steep rake, you are able to see past those in front of you, and due to the intimacy of the theatre you can still make out most of the detail. It is often better to sit here over Stall seats of the same price.   Not available.
£55.00-£40.00 Rows S-U are this price due to being distant from the stage and partially affected by the Royal Circle overhang. You may miss detail from here, and the sound desk may be distracting for some.   Seats at this price are restricted view seats at the ends of rows. As the rows curve around the stage, you may lose some of the action at the sides of the stage. Boxes are also this price as you have to lean forward to see the whole stage.   Seats 7-14 of Row A and 9-15 of Row B are this price, as they are central to the stage and offer a good, clear view. Due to the intimacy of the theatre, you don’t feel distant from the stage and you are unlikely to miss any action from here.  
£40.00-£20.00 Not available. Not available. These seats are in the centre of rows A-E and offer unrestricted, but slightly distant views of the stage. A decent rake ensures you can see past those in front, although you may miss detail from here. However these can be good bargain seats if working to a budget!  
£20.00-£15.00 Row A is this price as the stage is fairly high and can cause for some uncomfortable viewing. You may also miss moments that happen toward the rear of the stage. Legroom in this row is good.   Not available. The majority of the Upper Circle is marked as restricted view for this price, as you can often only see half of the stage, which is blocked by a safety rail. You may need to lean forward to see past those in front of you, although this will restrict the view for those behind!  
£15.00-£10.00 Not available. Not available. These are Standing and Bench seats located at the very rear of the theatre. Bench seats can be very uncomfortable and should only be chosen if working on a strict budget. The view is blocked by audience members and a safety rail, which could hinder the enjoyment of the show.  
Day Seats (£15.00-£25.00) TodayTix offer a £20 lottery for shows at the Duke of York’s. Seats can also be offered on the day of the performance at Box Office discretion, and are usually top price seats. TodayTix offer a £20 lottery for shows at the Duke of York’s. Seats can also be offered on the day of the performance at Box Office discretion, and are usually top price seats.   Not available.